National Emergency Training Center library

Operated by the U.S. Fire Administration

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Working to bring knowledge to practice

The National Emergency Training Center’s (NETC) library provides information and resources on fire, emergency management and other all-hazards subjects. With our collection of more than 208,000 books, reports, audiovisual materials and indexed articles, the library supports National Fire Academy and Emergency Management Institute student and faculty research, classroom lectures, and development of course materials.

Learn more about the library.

Monday-Thursday: 8:30 a.m. – 9 p.m.
Friday: Noon – 4 p.m.
Saturday: 4 – 8 p.m.
Sunday: Noon – 4 p.m. (ET)

  • 301-447-1030
  • 800-638-1821
  • 301-447-3217 (fax)

netclrc@fema.dhs.gov

Reserve a group study room

Research Tips and Tools Series schedule

For Executive Fire Officer (EFO) and Managing Officer students

Academic journal articles and e-books

Getting started with you research project: EFO | Managing Officer

Schedule a research consultation

 

Need help researching a topic? We can help! 800-638-1821   netclrc@fema.dhs.gov

Special collections

Executive Fire Officer Applied Research Projects

Executive Fire Officer Applied Research Projects

Research by senior officers addressing today’s leading fire service issues.

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Fire Prevention and Safety (FP&S) Grants

A collection of research studies and public education materials created under the FP&S Grant program.

Emergency Management Institute

Emergency Management Institute student papers

Research papers and capstone projects published by Emergency Management Institute students.

Dissertations and theses

Dissertations

A collection of first responder works published by colleges and universities.

Prevention and public education exchange

The Exchange

A portal to fire prevention and life safety materials.

book collection

The Johnstown Flood

This month the NETC Library remembers the 130th anniversary of this tragic 1889 Pennsylvania disaster that killed at least 2,209 people.

Library news

New to our collection

Casualty care for fire and rescue
Slopovers: Fire surveys of the mid-American oak woodlands, Pacific Northwest, and Alaska
Surviving mass victim attacks: What to do when the unthinkable happens

Research Tips and Tools Series schedule

Brief learning sessions that help NETC students develop skills to find, evaluate and use information ethically.

Location: NETC library, Room N-213 (Glenn Gaines Memorial Room)

We’ll post a session schedule when Executive Fire Officer/Managing Officer students are next at NETC.

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