|5310.12A/5310.16||Form 7(5310.12A)-7CR(5310.16) - Responsible Person Questionnaire Supplement for Use By Additional Responsible Persons for Form 7 / 7CR (471 KB)||
This supplemental Part B of the ATF F 7(5310.12)/7CR(5310.16), Application For Federal Firearms License, is required to be completed by each Responsible Person (RP) who will be on a new Federal Firearms License. The ATF Form 7(5310.12)/7CR(5310.16) itself only has space for 1 RP’s information; all additional RPs must complete and submit this form supplement. This form supplement should also be used when adding responsible persons to an existing Federal Firearms license. When submitting this form to add a Responsible Person to an already existing license, the form must be accompanied by a signed written request from a current/existing RP already on the license. We cannot process a form to add an additional RP to an existing license without the express written consent from an existing RP on the license.
|ATF F 5300.9 (Spanish)||4473 - Registro de Transacción de Armas de Fuego (714 KB)||
La información y certificación del presente formulario sirven para que el que posea una licencia conforme a la sección 923 del título 18, Código de los Estados Unidos, determine si él/ella puede vender o entregar legalmente un arma de fuego a la persona indicada en la sección A y para que el adquiriente/comprador este alertado de las restricciones que se imponen al recibo y la posesión de armas de fuego.
|Advanced Origin and Cause/Courtroom Techniques (Course ID ARSON-CS-0002) (524 KB)||
This program is designed to enhance the origin and cause investigative skills of the public service fire investigator. The goal of this course is to provide fire investigators with the requisite knowledge, skills and abilities to systematically determine the origin and cause of a fire and to be able to present these findings to a prosecutor and to a jury in all subsequent judicial proceedings. It involves the in-depth study of fire dynamics, fire chemistry, electrical fire causation, burn pattern analysis and fire scene documentation. Instruction will be presented through classroom lectures and practical exercises. The curriculum involves fire scene processing with an emphasis on the practical applications of scientific knowledge. Students are required to process fire scenes utilizing the Scientific Method and “team concept” as well as prepare technical reports documenting their findings for use in court proceedings as an expert witness. A written test is administered at the completion of the course, as well as a final practical exercise, and a mock trial which is designed to prepare the student to testify as an expert witness. In order to cover the amount of material required for this course, completion of work assignments and studying after classroom hours will be necessary. The course is delivered at the ATF Fire Programs & Training Branch located at the National Center for Explosives Training & Research (NCETR) on Redstone Arsenal in Huntsville, Alabama.
|ATF F 5400.13||Application for Explosives License or Permit (ATF Form 5400.13/5400.16) (1034 KB)||
*This form is used to determine the eligibility of the applicant to engage in certain operations, to determine the location and extent of operations, and to determine whether the operations will be in conformity with Federal laws and regulations when working with explosive.