SEPTEMBER 17-19, 2024

2024 Conference Registration – Register Here!

See the flyer here:  2024 NE-IAAI Conference Advertisement Flyer

Blank Space at Blue Fork
3609 Cimarron Plz, Suite 195
Hastings, NE 68901

Accommodations via reserved block of rooms at the nearby Holiday Inn Express ($107.00 + tax per night)

3605 Cimarron Plaza
Hastings, NE 68901

Call 402-463-8858 to make room reservations
Use Group Name: Nebraska IAAI Conference


Early Bird Registration available until September 1, 2023
One Day registration is $100
Full Registration is $275
$250 per person for group registration of 2 or more persons from the same company (call 410-451-FIRE(3473) to obtain a discount code for multiple registrants from same company).

Any registration on or after September 1, 2024 will be $300 per person.


Tuesday, September 17th (starts at noon)
Drone Use for Fire Investigations
This class will highlight the benefits of using drones and how this technology can help speed up investigations, provide different perspective and save time and money.

Wednesday, September 18th
Fatal Fire Investigation
The Fatal Fire Investigation Course is based on the scientific approach of documenting how the human body burns and what remains as evidence of the victim’s body after the fire.  This course presents a full spectrum of heat-related changes to the body.  Attendees will learn the proper field methods of search, scene documentation with photography and mapping of the body within the fire scene, and more.

Thursday, September 19th
Recovering Data from Fire Damaged Electronics
This class is about recovering data from burned, smoke and water damaged electronics, and what you can do to improve the chances that data will be recovered.  Attendees will understand the difference between the types of recording devices and why each is unique.



Can’t attend a weeklong training conference? Would your department be willing to host a weekend fire investigation seminar?
For more information, contact the Nebraska Chapter IAAI .

 Fire demonstrations utilizing our burn cells. Through the use of  burn cells, students can visualize the fire growth and development through all the phases.

After extinguishment, the students can observe the burn  patterns and methods for reconstruction.