Flashcards in 206.10 Youth Firesetters Prevention Program Deck (11):
The goal to stop fire sitting in our community by juveniles has been established. Assistance and support to the community is being offered. How is this accomplished?
Referral to mental health
If a juvenile firesetter is identified at the fire scene, what should the field captain complete?
Forward electronic referral via the Internet
Complete a Youth firesetter referral form (91-57D)
If evidence at the fire scene indicates a youth started the fire, where must the captain report this YFS involvement?
Bottom of the FIR
Stating whether it was definite or suspected
Individual or group
Age and sex
Name, address, phone, parents name if known
If a family comes to a fire station with their children who have been involved with fire setting, what do crews do?
Contact the YFS prevention program
If situation appears crisis, contact dispatch for appropriate referral
Do not give child a tour
Fire captains should call an investigator anytime there's evidence of arson and there are witnesses and/or suspects at the scene with information that could identify the youth fire setter. Also request an investigator if:
Fire involves a large monetary loss
Fire was set with malicious intent
Child is between 8-18
When are youth fire safety classes held?
One Saturday a month at TA
Morning 3-8 years old 9 AM to noon
Evening 9-15 years old 1PM to 4PM
Classes are available at no cost
How many sessions of counseling to youth fire setters receive from the courts?
Who oversees all the programs in the division of urban services?
When completing a youth assistance referral form it should be forwarded whom?
Youth firesetter intervention program in urban services
A referral to juvenile court center will be made if the youth is charged with what?