“Students must bring their own standard field equipment, PPE and field apparel as per their agencies protocol for conducting a fatal fire investigation. If you are not sure what to bring please see our FAQ page. Laptop computers are strongly suggested as all training materials and handouts will be provided on a USB flash drive. SLOFIST will have shirts and hats available for purchase.” Self Contained Breathing Apparatus is not needed. Students are also welcome to bring (but not required) any investigation tools, vehicles, or equipment they have available to them.
Our video equipment is not compatible with Apple Mac computers. So when your team wants to put together a PPT for the last day, your program should be loaded on a PC.
Detectives, coroners. crime scene investigators,fire investigators and medical examiners.
Checks or Money Orders preferred. Add 3.6% processing fee for credit card and Paypal transactions.
The course fee includes tuition, all lunches and a USB flash drive with all student reference materials.
Note: materials will not be printed, therefore, laptops are highly recommended.
SLOFIST prefers checks and agency purchase orders made payable to SLOFIST,Inc. PO Box 5012, San Luis Obispo, CA 93403-5102.
Credit card payments available (add 3.6% processing fee).
The San Luis Obispo County Airport is within ten miles of the training location.
Transportation and Lodging:
Last day to book: TBD
Embassy Suites San Luis Obispo
333 Madonna Road
San Luis Obispo, CA. 93405
Continuing Education Credits:
TBD CEUʼs for Emergency Medical Technicians for medical recertification. UC-Davis credit May available
The FFDIC is currently undergoing POST recertification and that we will send out that new information as soon as the process is completed
|Event Date||06-27-2022 8:00 am|
|Event End Date||07-01-2022 5:00 pm|
|Location||Embassy Suites San Luis Obispo|
Forensic Anthropologist and the Autopsy Supervisor at the Tidewater Office of the Chief Medical Examiner (TOCME) in Norfolk, Virginia.Her research focuses on how the human body burns in a variety of fire environments that include: structural, vehicular, and outdoors.
Vice President and Director of Training for “Fire Investigation Industries.” sits on the “California Conference of Arson Investigators” Executive Board.