2023 UPCOMING CHAPTER TRAINING
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LEADERS IN FIRE INVESTIGATION
IL-IAAI Officers and Board of Directors
President Cory Reeves
1st Vice President Rob Helmkamp
2nd Vice President Timothy Morris Jr.
Secretary Greg Vespa
Treasurer Chris Miller
No. Zone Director Chris Diebold
No. Zone Director Jake DeMay
No. Zone Director Greg Marty
Cent. Zone Director Terry Ooms
Cent. Zone Director Brad Pearson
Cent. Zone Director Bob Dunn
So. Zone Director Shane Emrich
So. Zone Director Chester Borkowski
So. Zone Director Andrew Miller
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Illinois Chapter – IAAI
The Illinois Chapter of the International Association of Arson Investigators website is designed to keep our membership informed about the latest news in our organization.
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Training and Tools
Contact Information for all Officers and Board of Directors
Full Membership includes electronic quarterly IL-IAAI Newsletter,
IAAI Fire and Arson Investigator Magazine subscription, three Chapter
in State Training Conferences, and a plethora of networking opportunities
Training information on other State Conferences and a myriad of other training opportunites
Membership Information and By-Laws
Links to other organizations.
Help fight the crime of arson and keep our communities safe.
To report suspected arson, call the Office of the State Fire Marshal’s arson hotline at:
To report suspected insurance fraud or arson call the National Insurance Crime Bureau’s hotline at:
Arson Hotline and Response Criteria
Law enforcement and the fire service can request an Arson Investigator and/or K-9 Team, 24 hours a day, seven days a week, at
An OSFM Arson Investigator should be called when:
- There is a death or serious injury.
- The property involved incurs a large dollar loss.
- The property involved is state property, federal property, or school property.
- Local authorities have determined the cause to be suspicious or incendiary.
- Local authorities cannot determine the cause and/or origin of the fire.
- Conducting the investigation by local authorities may be or could be considered a conflict of interest.
- Other unusual circumstances exist.
HELP US RAISE FUNDS AND PREVENT BURNS WITH THE FIRE SAFETY ALLIANCE AT CAMP “I AM ME”
A special and unforgettable one-week camp experience for children and teenagers who have experienced injuries from burns. Through the generosity of donors, supporters, and volunteers, the IFSA offers this camping opportunity at no-cost to campers; including lodging, meals, activities, and transportation to and from camp (YMCA Camp Duncan – Ingleside, IL).
Drop us a line anytime, and one of our Officers or Board Members will respond to you as soon as possible.
Illinois Chapter IAAI P.O. Box #446 Fairfield, IL 62837