The Wildland Fire Investigation Subcommittee (WFISC) provides national leadership in wildland fire investigation. This includes developing and promulgating wildland fire investigation standards, qualifications, training, certification, and practices that are sufficient to support fire prevention as well as criminal, civil, and administrative actions. Primary objectives include:
- Establish and maintain a nationally recognized and accepted wildland fire investigation certification program for wildland fire investigators that is both reasonably attainable and meaningful.
- Promote practices that ensure wildland fire investigations are conducted with a systematic and science based methodology.
- Develop and maintain training courses, handbooks and guides.
- Develop and maintain an inventory of wildland fire investigation resources and tools.
- Coordinate with pertinent stakeholders to provide information, assistance, and subject matter expertise in wildland fire investigation.