Vehicle Access/Alarm Defeat

Terrorists have increased their use of Vehicle Born Improvised Explosive Devices (VBIED) both domestically and internationally as a means of conducting attacks. VBIEDs range both in complexity and size and may include the integration of the Improvised Explosive Device (IED) into the vehicle’s security system. The ability of Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) Operators to successfully address VBIEDs requires experience and confidence in their equipment. All too often, the utilization of remote techniques proves inadequate, requiring EOD Operators to employ manual techniques to render safe the VBIED threat.

Tactical Electronics’ Vehicle Access & Alarm Defeat Training highlights the threats and risks associated with the prosecution of suspect VBIEDs, and communicates render safe procedures unique to VBIEDs, to include those VBIEDs that are integrated into a vehicle’s security system. Tactical Electronics’ knowledge of vehicle electrical and security systems is unsurpassed in the industry. This knowledge will be shared throughout the course and during extensive after-action debriefs. Attendees will participate in classroom study and practical exercises providing them an opportunity to install vehicle alarm systems and prosecute VBIEDs.

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COURSE DELIVERABLES
Printed Course Reference Material
Course Certificate

COURSE AVAILABILITY
Military EOD Operators or Hazardous Devices School (HDS) Certified Bomb Technicians

COURSE DURATION:
5 Days (40 hours)

PREREQUISITES
NONE

TRAINING TOPICS

  • Vehicle Security Systems & Sensor Types, Sensor Capabilities & Vulnerabilities
  • Vehicle Security Systems & Vehicle Security System Installation Procedures
  • Vehicle Security Systems as a Remote Fired IED
  • Integration of Vehicle Security Systems into VBIEDs
  • Vehicle Access Methodologies
  • VBIED Stabilization Philosophy
  • Vehicle Exploitation
  • Remote Render Safe Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures (TTPs)
  • “Category A” VBIED Render Safe TTPs