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Speaking of Fire

Speaking of Fire

Wednesday at 11 AM Pacific

June 21st 2017:Accelerant Detection Canines in Smaller Communities

Please join us as and Jason Ziph as we talk about accelerant canines. Accelerant detection dogs, often referred to as arson dogs, can be an effective tool when conducting a fire investigation. Trained to detect trace amounts of petroleum-based liquid accelerants, in either a raw or burned form, accelerant detection canines help pinpoint the location of critical evidence.

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Jason Ziph

Jason Ziph is a Fire Inspector with the St. Joseph Fire Department, where he started as a Firefighter in 1999. He’s worked as an Inspector for over 10 years, and has investigated over 400 fires and explosions. Inspector Ziph is a Certified Fire Investigator through the International Association of Arson Investigators. He has earned an AAS degree in Paramedic Technology from Missouri Western State University, and will complete his Bachelor’s degree, with a concentration in Fire Investigation, from Charter Oak State College, by the end of the year. In 2011, he was paired with Phoenix, a golden Labrador retriever, as part of the State Farm Insurance Accelerant Detection Canine Program. I
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