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CTFIA's Annual Meeting and Trining Conference will be held in New Braunfels this year. Please see the attached flyer for more details.  The conference will be held on December 2-4, 2015 and will be at the Guadalupe Fire Field located at 320 Fire Field Road, New Braunfels, Texas.  We will have a combination of classroom and field exercises during this training. Lunch will be provided each day. 

The cost for the class is $150.00 which will include your 2016 CTFIA membership, $120.00 if you have already paid this years dues. TCOLE/TCFP credit. HB2604 and TIFMAS eligible. We look forward to seeing you there !!! To register for the conference, please go to the following link and register today.  Should you have any questions or concerns, please don't hesitate to contact one of your officers or directors for assistance.  

Thanks everyone for your patience and continued support of CTFIA.

CTFIA Annual Meeting and Training Conference Link:  


Board of Directors Meeting 

Every 4th Wednesday of the Month @ 10:00am 


Hays County Fire Marshal's Office 
2171 Yarrington Road 
San Marcos, TX 78666

Discussion and Planning of Annual Conference


The Central Texas Fire Investigators Association is a not for profit organization dedicated to protecting the public from the element of harm caused by the unsolicited act of "ARSON".

The Goal of the association is to provide a means of coordinating information on techniques and methods to improve the investigative process.  The association also hopes to raise the awareness of the public through education programs addressing the impact of fire and arson on society.

The Association has Four Major Organizational Objectives:
  1. To promote local and international uniformity of fire-investigation
  2. To provide a forum in which persons interested in the prevention, control, and suppression of fires, explosions, and hazardous materials incidents can exchange methods of improved safety and ideas
  3. To provide a forum for the advancement of investigating techniques through schools and training
  4. To ensure the membership of numerous professional development seminars for a nationally recognized credential that attests to knowledge of investigating fires.

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