SUICIDE BOMBER | 01-15-2019
The course developers have spent years working in government agencies and in the military to counter the phenomena of Suicide Bombers. Many of them have seen firsthand the aftermath of attacks in Israel and around the world when responding to suicide bomber incidents.
Course Objectives:• Historical concepts of terrorism with a focus on suicide bombings.
• Current trends in global terrorism.• Assessing suspicious activity/behavior which may indicate pre-incident planning, acquisition of materials, and development of an attack plan.
• Case studies of diverse methods of using human beings to deliver/detonate explosives to accomplish mass casualties.• Case studies which demonstrate how environmental weaknesses (structural, security, and open access) enabled a suicide bombing plot to succeed. Using “threat analysis” techniques, assess what measures could be applied to reverse the vulnerable areas – thus making it more difficult to succeed with an attack.
• An overview of Israeli security techniques and the importance of developing humanbased techniques for detection and mitigation.
|Event Date||01-15-2019 8:00 am|
|Event End Date||01-15-2019 5:00 pm|
|Cut off date||01-14-2019 11:00 pm|
|Location||Ben Clark Public Safety Training Center|