Welcome! The Resources & Research
section of our site has been designed to be a resource for fire
safety education, juvenile firesetting prevention & intervention,
and injury prevention. The Resources & Research pages have been
organized to (1) serve as quick reference pages for our site users
to find the resources we feel would be of particular interest to
them and (2) to make available all of the resources we have found
to be most useful in the development of our
programs and material.
these pages to find resources we feel would be of particular interest
to you whether you are a:
We also invite you to browse through the Complete
List of Resources which we have found most helpful in the development
of our educational materials and community workshops. They are organized
into the following categories (some resourses may be listed in more
than one category if they are relevant):
Our Research Studies page includes references and brief descriptions of the research studies we cite most frequently in our materials and training.
Misperception of Fire Risk presents statistics from surveys of Americans' perception of their risk from fire along with data for actual risk.
In our Writer's Guide to Fire and Arson, veteran firefighter and Cause and Origin investigator Bob Crandall answers some of the most interesting questions he's gotten from writers who want to get the details right.
Check back often – we frequently add new resources we find
useful. If you have suggested additions, comments or questions please