Juvenile Firesetter Prevention Program

This program teaches youth and adults about fire safety, and the dangers of juvenile firesetting.

Goals of the program are:

  • Teaching fire safety
  • Addressing the problem of juvenile firesetting
  • Decreasing the number of new fire-sets
  • Reducing the risk of recidivism
  • Providing a safer community.
This program is available to all Morris County children and adolescents under 18.



Step 1.Fill out referral form 

Referrals can be made to the Firesetter Program by filling out this form:”

Fill out the referral form

Referrals can come from sources including, but not limited to:

  • Police Departments
  • Probation
  • Court
  • Parents/Guardians
  • Schools

(Note: If you're a parent, you will fill out both stages of the form, "Agency" and "Parent/Guardian." All other referrers will fill out the "Agency" stage, and send the form to a parent/guardian for signature.)

Step 2.We will contact you

Once we receive your signed form, we will contact the youth and their guardian by email with their scheduled date, time and location for their class.

Step 3.Attend the workshop 

The workshop will be taught by a fire official and will be one hour in length. Parents/guardians are required to attend with youth.