Critically discuss the following, using sketches or correctl

Critically discuss the following, using sketches or correctly referenced images where appropriate to illustrate your answers: – With reference to fire investigation text books critically explain the distinction (if any) between a smoke horizon and a heat horizon, and how the horizons would/could be evaluated. What could interfere with the horizon, and would that be a help or a hindrance to an investigation?What is a chain of evidence, and why is it important in a fire investigation?How could it be possible that a room with two apparent areas of ignition (i.e. points of origin) , could possibly NOT be the work of an arsonist?The fire investigation text book “Scientific Protocols for Fire Investigation 2nd Edition” by John Lentini contains many case studies in which the author has given a second opinion about the origin and cause of fire. Pick any one of those cases and write a critique, giving emphasis to examples of errors and poor decision making by the original fire investigators. In each of these three tasks you are asked to show your understanding of the issue(s) and are advised to avoid minimalistic answers. Evaluative and critical answers will score higher; for example – how useful is it? how accurate? It is 1500 words total and all questions on the brief assignment showed how many words in each find attached in details

Critically discuss the following, using sketches or correctl

Critically discuss the following, using sketches or correctly referenced images where appropriate to illustrate your answers: – With reference to fire investigation text books critically explain the distinction (if any) between a smoke horizon and a heat horizon, and how the horizons would/could be evaluated. What could interfere with the horizon, and would that be a help or a hindrance to an investigation?What is a chain of evidence, and why is it important in a fire investigation?How could it be possible that a room with two apparent areas of ignition (i.e. points of origin) , could possibly NOT be the work of an arsonist?The fire investigation text book “Scientific Protocols for Fire Investigation 2nd Edition” by John Lentini contains many case studies in which the author has given a second opinion about the origin and cause of fire. Pick any one of those cases and write a critique, giving emphasis to examples of errors and poor decision making by the original fire investigators. In each of these three tasks you are asked to show your understanding of the issue(s) and are advised to avoid minimalistic answers. Evaluative and critical answers will score higher; for example – how useful is it? how accurate? It is 1500 words total and all questions on the brief assignment showed how many words in each find attached in details