INTERSTATE ARSON: CATCHING THE TRAVELING SERIAL ARSONIST

06/01/2004
BY BRETT M. MARTINEZUndetected and uncontrolled arson has the potential to create tension and promote fear in our communities. A combination of vigilance, skill, and various resources and conditions must be efficiently employed to identify acts that may be arson related early enough to prevent arson from posing a serious threat to our nation. In the Pacific Northwest in the 1990s, a serial arsonist ran wild for six months before an Arson Strike Force finally caught up with him. Other such examples can be found in the literature and records. Why this delay? The answer is that you must recognize what is happening early enough to address such a potential threat. This is usually difficult to ...

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