The International Association of Fire Investigators, of which NSWAFI is a part, is an international professional association of more than 9,000 fire investigation professionals, united by a strong commitment to suppress the crime of arson through professional fire investigation. It is the largest fire investigation association in the world.
Certified Fire Investigator Trainer (CFI Trainer) is an online program developed by the International Association of Arson Investigators. CFI Trainer provides up to date, high quality training directly to the fire investigators throughout the world. Using internet connected computers in the workplace or home, fire investigators have access to programs on a wide variety of topics related to the field of fire investigations. The program is intended for and available to all fire investigators, regardless of their level of training or certification.
The Product Safety Recalls Australia website is run by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission. The PSRA is used to communicate safety and health issues related to products and services sold throughout Australia. Members are encouraged to remain up-to-date about the latest product faults relating to fire hazards.
Australian and New Zealand Forensic Science Society
The Australian Forensic Science Society was formed in 1971 with the aim of bringing together scientists, police, criminalists, pathologists, and members of the legal profession actively involved with the forensic sciences. The Society’s objectives are to enhance the quality of forensic science by providing symposia, lectures, discussions and demonstrations encompassing the various disciplines within the science.
The Australian Institute of Criminology is Australia's national research and knowledge centre on crime and justice. The AIC seeks to promote justice and reduce crime by undertaking and communicating evidence-based research to inform policy and practice.