fire-setting


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fire-setting

The removal of small flakes from the face of brickwork or stone by means of a flame.
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SFRS head of investigation David Dourley said: "Deliberate fire-setting is antisocial behaviour and must be treated as such.
The tension of the mystery fire-setting will have readers quickly turning the pages to figure out how each of the characters' stories are connected, leading up to the final, devastating revelation of who is setting buildings on fire in Gold Fork.--Lauren Straub.
Tim Owen, arson reduction manager for the fire service, said: "Deliberate fire-setting is completely unacceptable - as well as the associated monetary cost, these fires put extra pressure on our resources and can put the lives of the fire crews and the public at risk.
His topics include fundamentals of fire science, youth and fire-setting: playing with fire can burn, fire's negative and positive side: a tool for creation, sacred fire, risk perception and fire, and harmony with fire.
Add in a quirky best friend--homeless and artistic Thurston--and a compulsion for fire-setting, and this family story is full of surprises leading to the glorious twist in the tale.
Mr Curtis said Roberts had "a history of fire-setting" and had set fire to his previous home in Llandudno in 2007.
Organisers hope the event, organised by South Wales Fire and Rescue Service and Rhondda Cynon Taf Youth Offending Service, will reduce the impact of deliberate fire-setting. It is part of Project Wildfire, which aims to engage with young residents and communities to tackle the issue of deliberate grass fires.
That's the issue addressed in this instalment of the always intriguing documentary series, as it follows three children who have a history of fire-setting.
During the interview, he did not push the fire-setting issue.
If any parent is concerned that their child may be involved in fire-setting or might be tempted to start fires, they can contact their local fire and rescue service for confidential help and advice.
He said: "My role as the arson reduction manager is to establish links with our partners and work closely with the police to reduce fire-setting and arson across Warwickshire.
They will also be on the lookout for fire-setting and misuse of fireworks.