Reported by E.R. "Scotty" Baker, CCAI Past-President
CCAI President Eric Emmanuele fully engrossed in the classroom presentation portion of the event
CCAI's Roundtable #7 (George Mavrikis) and the Central Valley Arson Investigators Association wrapped up the 9th Annual Advanced Explosives Recognition Class (A.E.R.) on Saturday May 2, 2015. The class was a great success with more than 120 attendees.
Seven vehicles, a motorcycle, a bicycle, a travel trailer and two metro busses, along with pressure cookers, a large safe and something in a drum all amazed the attendees with the destructive power of home made explosives.
Several CCAI Past-Presidents and current President Emanuel were in attendance. The classroom portion of the training was conducted by the Clovis California Police Department Bomb Squad and the California Department of Justice Lab, Fresno. The Tulare area Bomb Squad gave the usual super high quality work on the range. Zambellie Fire Works also assisted by of donating some material and equipment for the outside presentation.
Well job RT 7.
Click here to see some pictures of the event.