Training Schedule

The West Virginia Chapter
of the
International Association of Arson Investigators

Annual Fall Seminar

Topics include:

Scientific Method (2 hours) and Fire Dynamics/Appliance Failures (6 hours)
Jason Karasinski (Fire Research and Technology, LLC)

Fire Death Investigation (4 hours)
Jeffrey Springer, MD (Medical Examiner, Commonwealth of Kentucky)
Lt. Henry Ott (Louisville Police Department)

ATF-Financial Investigative Services Division: Only a Phone Call Away (4 hours)
Jonathan Esworthy (ATF)
Charles Strange (ATF)


Monday and Tuesday, October 7th and 8th 2019

Holiday Inn

Morgantown (Star City), West Virginia

>>> Brochure 2019 <<<

The FBINAA West Virginia Chapter has partnered with the FBI and NW3C for its September 2019 Training Session. This 2-day training session welcomes seasoned law enforcement professionals from around the country to share their expertise in a variety of hot button issues and challenges.


  • Active shooter and mass casualty incidents
    • Special Agent Robert A. Jones, FBI Pittsburgh
  • Life-saving response in critical situations
    • Dominique M. Wong, MD
  • Donald Eugene Webb murder of Saxonburg (PA) Police Chief Gregory Adams 
    • Special Agent Thomas McDonald, FBI Boston
  • Jayme Closs kidnapping investigation 
    • Special Agent Joe Welch, Wisconsin DOJ
    • Det. Jeff Nelson, Barron County Sheriff's Office
    • Special Agent Jon Hauser, FBI

Tuesday - All day crime scene training

  • Katrina Vetrano, NYC jogger, homicide investigation
    • Commanding Officer Richard Rudolph, NYPD Homicide
    • Det. First Grade Barry Brown, NYPD Homicide
  • FBI Evidence Response Team Analysis and Overview
    • FBI Los Angeles Special Agent & ERT Senior Team Lead Rebecca Marriott

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Spaces are limited! Click here to register.