Module 8 Threats of TerrorismPresentation Transcript
BE-NETTE C. REVIDAD, CST KADRE Security Training Institute, Inc . ( an Introduction the the world of terror )
At the end of the session, the trainees are expected to:
Identify correctly the possible threats of terrorism;
Familiarize with the SOP’s and safety precausions before, during, and after a terrorist attack.
As a private security professional your duty is to:
Protect the lives and properties of the client.
Preserve a safe and sound environment.
Maintain the peace and order of your AOR.
enforce access control measures necessary for the safety of your cleints
Indentify the potential threats of terrorism...
It is an unlawfull act of violence
The objective is to create fear
A political act designed by groups to have their message heard
Domestic terrorism involves groups whose terrorist activities are directed at elements of our government without foreign involvement.
International terrorism involves groups whose terrorist activities are foreign-based and/or directed by countries or groups outside the country. Sept. 11 is an example of International Terrorism.
Three manifestations of terrorism
Explosive and Incendiary Devices
Be Aware of Your Surroundings
Report to the Police Unusual Behavior,
Suspicious Packages, and Strange Devices.
Be Aware of Exits - Plan to Get Out!
Learn First Aid & Get a First Aid Kit
Be Familiar With Fire Extinguishers
Some tips / hints to identify a possible Improvised Explosive Devices – IED
Unexpected from Someone Unfamiliar
No Return Address on It
Marked with “Personal” or “Confidential”
Strange Odors or Stains
Protruding Wires or Aluminum Foil
Unusual Weight, Lopsided or Oddly Shaped
Inappropriate or Unusual Labeling
Any anonymous caller reports that a bomb has been placed in an establishment; a hand written, type written , computer printed or paper cut out letters statement or phrase sent or left to broadcast a bomb scare.
Expect every call as bomb threat.
Do not panic.
Listen attentively to the caller and try to elicit where the bomb is, what it looks like, who placed the bomb or the time of possible detonation and the reasons .
Keep the caller on the line as long as possible.
Record the conversation if necessary.
Note the background noises, voices characteristics, male or female, young or old and tone or accent.
Note the time and duration of the call.
Do not panic
Turn off electrical and gas units when possible.
Report immediately to the building administrator, chief security officer, duty officer or the most ranking senior officer
Call immediate assistance from the nearest military / police office.
Do not panic
Evacuate personnel at least 300 feet away from the bomb.
Turn off electrical or gas units.
Do not touch or move unknown objects.
Secure the area
Call for assistance.
Alert EMS for medical services to include the use of ambulance.