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Current and future directions for the place of community in the prevention of bushfire arson

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Community-based prevention of fire setting activities in Australia is largely small in scale, not coordinated and poorly evaluated. Successful prevention of non-urban fire setting requires greater involvement of the community in pro games on the ground as well as at the more strategic and organisational levels. This community activity needs to be supported by knowledge derived from research and from the practice knowledge of practitioners treating fire setters.

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