AEI Announces Addition of New Fire Investigator – Wildfire Specialist, Jeff Berino


AEI is pleased to announce that Mr. Jeff Berino, BS, AAS, CFEI, CCFI, has joined our staff.  Jeff will be working with AEI as an Origin & Cause Fire Investigator, specializing in wildfires.  He has been a member of the fire service community for over 35 years, and has 28 years of experience with fire investigations.  Jeff is the Chief of the Lake Dillion Fire District, and  has investigated wildfires throughout the U.S., Canada, and Mexico.


1992 Graduate of the Executive Fire Officer Program – National Fire Academy

1990 Associate of Applied Science Degree in Fire Science, Colorado Mountain College

1979 Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration, North Adams State College


  • Fire and Explosion Investigator
  • Federal Wildfire Investigator
  • Pyrotechnics Operator
  • Hazardous Materials at Operations Level
  • Fire Instructor
  • Fire Suppression Systems Inspector
  • Incident Commander – Federal Upper Colorado River Wildland Team
  • Department of Justice – Emergency Response to Terrorism
  • Incident Commander of the Northwest Colorado Type 3 Incident Management Team
  • Department of Homeland Security – Advanced Incident Commander
  • Incident Commander – Summit County Incident Management Team
  • FEMA – Certified in the National Incident Management System at 700 and 800 level

Areas of Expertise

Fire and Explosion Investigations

  • Structural
  • Wildfire
  • Vehicle
  • Pyrotechnic (firework)

You can read his full introduction article by clicking here.

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