Working to Stop Arson in Washington State

Arson Alarm works to promote social science research to reduce arson frequency through statistical and behavioral analysis.

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Working to Stop Arson in Washington State

Arson Alarm seeks to minimize the property damange and loss caused by arson through public awareness, advertising and communication.

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Working to Stop Arson in Washington State

Arson Alarm encourages efforts between private and public agencies through cooperation and centralization, where appropriate.

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Seeking to Reduce the Loss of Life and Property from Arson Fires in Washington

We strive to encourage community members to come together and reduce the number of arson fires that occur, as well as, to assist in convicting those that have committed the crime.  

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1-800-55-ARSON

Contact us if you have any information regarding arson. Up to $10,000 award for tips. 

Protect Yourself, Your Loved Ones, and Your Property from ARSON.

We encourage you to join us as we strive to provide education, increase awareness, identify resources, offer support, and expand our partnerships, all with a determined drive to reduce the number of arson fires in our state.

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Protect Yourself, Your Loved Ones, and Your Property from ARSON.

Arson Alarm Is Benefiting Washington State Communities with the Following Goals:

  • The reduction of loss by arson through public awareness, advertising and communication
  • The encouragement of coordinated efforts between private and public agencies through cooperation and centralization, where appropriate

We Partner with Many Organizations to Combat Arson 

Arson Alarm Foundation News & Updates

05.26.2020

Woman accused of arson after fire damages Tacoma home

A 24-year-old woman is accused of arson after flames damaged a residence in Tacoma,... read more

05.26.2020

Bail Set at $50,000 for Man Accused of First-Degree Arson

Bail was set at $50,000 Monday for a man accused of starting a fire in downtown... read more