Army Reserve Special agents receive exposure to fire investigations
Photo Credit: Sgt. 1st Class Carlos Lazo
Special Agent Nicholas R. Taylor, with the 399th Military Police Detachment (Criminal Investigation Division) out of St. Louis, points to a possible area of origin for a fire during fire scene investigation training at the 200th Military Police Command's 2012 Annual Special Agent Training exercise in Maxton, N.C. The Pontiac, Ill., native has participating in ASAT twice. More than 200 military police and CID agents from across the U.S. Army and Army Reserve took part in the training exercise, held at the Gryphon Group's Fort Bragg Combat Training Center, Sept. 20-30, 2012. Joining the agents and MPs were civilian law enforcement personnel from the U.S., Canada and Australia. During the fire scene investigation training, participants learned techniques such as identifying fire patterns, identifying and collecting evidence, and tracing fire damage back to an area or point of origin.
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