Live Event - Investigating a Fire Fatality - 6.17.21 - 1pm EDT

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Date: 6/17/2021 at 1:00 PM (Eastern Time)

Investigating a Fire Fatality; Working with Multiple Agencies for Better Results This presentation is intended to further knowledge and working relationships with differing agencies that coexist at an incident involving a fire fatality. To help understand roles and responsibilities each agency has so the investigation is conducted professionally and thoroughly.
Learning objectives:
Educate participants on managing the complex fire fatality scene Describe the role(s) of the death investigator, detective and other supporting personnel at the fire fatality scene Provide framework for investigating the fire fatality Enhance interagency working relationships with best practice methods for investigating the fire fatality.


  • Scott Campau

    Scott is from Lansing, MI. After graduating with a BA in Criminal Justice from Michigan State, Scott began a career in the fire service in 2002 with Muskegon (MI) Fire. Scott now works for Salt Lake Fire as an Investigator. Scott is also employed with EFI Global Inc. performing origin and cause investigations. In 2008 Scott began working as a Medical Examiner Investigator; quickly recognizing a passion for death investigation. Mr. Campau’s goal is to combine his experience in both fire and death investigations into becoming a recognized authority in the instruction and investigation of fire fatalities.

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