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B. Aaron Johnson, Program Coordinator<br />(772) 288-5633<br />bajohnso@martin.fl.us<br />Juvenile Fire Setter Interventio...
Fire Setting is Arson!<br />55% of all United States arson arrests are children under the age of 18.<br />
Florida Statutes Defining Arson:<br /><ul><li> FSS 806.01 Arson –
Any person who willfully and unlawfully, or while in the commission of  any felony, by fire or explosion, damages or cause...
Any dwelling, whether occupied or not, or its contents;</li></ul>…is guilty of arson in the first degree, which constitute...
Whoever, without reasonable cause, by outcry or the ringing of bells, or otherwise, makes or circulates, or causes to be m...
  between the ages of 7 and 18 fire may, based on mental competency, be ruled incendiary</li></ul>In all cases, the juveni...
MCFR SOG #302:<br />An investigator SHALL be requested for all fires which:<br /><ul><li>  have obvious evidence of arson
  are suspicious or there is doubt as to the origin
  the IC is unable to determine an accidental cause
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  1. 1. B. Aaron Johnson, Program Coordinator<br />(772) 288-5633<br />bajohnso@martin.fl.us<br />Juvenile Fire Setter Intervention Program<br />
  2. 2. Fire Setting is Arson!<br />55% of all United States arson arrests are children under the age of 18.<br />
  3. 3. Florida Statutes Defining Arson:<br /><ul><li> FSS 806.01 Arson –
  4. 4. Any person who willfully and unlawfully, or while in the commission of any felony, by fire or explosion, damages or causes to be damaged:
  5. 5. Any dwelling, whether occupied or not, or its contents;</li></ul>…is guilty of arson in the first degree, which constitutes a felony of the first degree<br /><ul><li> FSS 806.101 False alarms of fires-
  6. 6. Whoever, without reasonable cause, by outcry or the ringing of bells, or otherwise, makes or circulates, or causes to be made or circulated, a false alarm of fire, shall for the first conviction be guilty of a misdemeanor of the first degree. </li></li></ul><li>SFMO Juvenile Policies/Procedures:<br />If juvenile is:<br /><ul><li> under 7 years of age fire shall be ruled accidental
  7. 7. between the ages of 7 and 18 fire may, based on mental competency, be ruled incendiary</li></ul>In all cases, the juvenile shall be referred to a juvenile fire setter intervention program.<br />
  8. 8. MCFR SOG #302:<br />An investigator SHALL be requested for all fires which:<br /><ul><li> have obvious evidence of arson
  9. 9. are suspicious or there is doubt as to the origin
  10. 10. the IC is unable to determine an accidental cause
  11. 11. there is significant dollar loss
  12. 12. an explosion occurs
  13. 13. any fire related loss of life
  14. 14. any fire related burn injuries
  15. 15. involve any juvenile fire setter activities</li></li></ul><li>MCFR SOG #302:<br />An investigator SHALL be requested for all fires which:<br /><ul><li> have obvious evidence of arson
  16. 16. involve any juvenile fire setter activities</li></ul>In the event a juvenile, regardless of intent, causes the fire the Martin County Sheriff’s Office shall respond and the juvenile arrest procedure shall be followed.<br />
  17. 17. Juvenile Fire Setter Intervention Program Model:<br />Step 1 - Identification<br />Document the incident. Obtain juvenile/parent information. Notify Fire Prevention.<br />Step 2 – Determination of Appropriate Program<br />If juvenile is between ages of 8-18, he/she shall be charged with a misdemeanor <br />or felony, and will be referred to the program via the court system.<br />If the incident is accidental, or first offense, program participation is voluntary, <br />and should be encouraged.<br />Step 3 - Program Strategies<br />To prevent future fire setting through education, by making the juvenile aware of the responsibilities, effects, and consequences of fire setting.<br />
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  19. 19. Additional Resources:<br />www.stopfiresetting.com<br />www.nfpa.org<br />www.theideabank.com<br />
  20. 20. B. Aaron Johnson, Program Coordinator<br />(772) 288-5633<br />bajohnso@martin.fl.us<br />Juvenile Fire Setter Intervention Program<br />
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