Fire investigators has an in-depth understanding of fire behavior and working knowledge of building construction and engineering. Fire investigators should also have an in-depth knowledge of types of fuel, the ease of ignition of each fuel and the impact of each fuel on the development of a fire. Fire investigators are required to be capable of collecting, securing, packaging and transporting physical evidence. The evidence that fire investigators collect will be used in the prosecution of an individual responsible for an intentionally set fire and will often times testify as expert witnesses at trial. A fire investigator documents fire scenes through the use of photography, so a working knowledge of still and videography is required. Fire investigators work for insurance companies and other private fire investigation firms. Fire investigators are also employed by public agencies like the ATF and police or fire departments.
We are one of the very few Private Investigation Firms that has on staff a Georgia Peace Officers Standards & Training Council certified Arson Investigator. With over 30 years of dedicated service we can provide you with a detailed and thorough Arson Investigation for insurance claims, private or commerical.