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Connecting the Dots: An Introduction

By Publication Manager  |  Dec 8, 2010

For too long the response to juvenile firesetting has been under and over reacted to; at times the behavior is under reported, while in other incidences the behavior is met with an extreme response…

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A Call For Change in our Industry

By Don Porth  |  Mar 6, 2010

Fire services spend countless hours preparing for any and all types of emergencies. If a child sets a fire, the response is prompt and efficient. The fire is extinguished and the cause is determined, but what about the child…

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Increase our Knowledge and Expand Awareness

By Robert Stadolnik, Ed. D.  |  Apr 6, 2010

The real truth is that as a collective professional discipline, we have not completely risen to the challenges and opportunities placed before us to reduce and eliminate problem firesetting among children…

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Development of Best Practices

By Robert Haas  |  Dec 8, 2010

One of the fundamental underlying principles of the juvenile justice system is an acknowledgment that children and adolescents will typically engage in a wide array of behaviors as part of their developmental and learning experiences…

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Expanding our Knowledge of Hospital Based Programs

By Marion Doctor, LCSW  |  Jan 6, 2010

The concept that pediatric burn centers have a role and responsibility in identifying and providing appropriate intervention for children and adolescents burned as a result of firesetting behavior has only quite recently…

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Keeping Students Safe through Collaboration

By Lauren Gilbert  |  Dec 8, 2010

Schools, in collaboration with the police, fire and mental health departments, have an obligation to provide a safe learning environment for students so they may achieve academic success…

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