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Module 8 Threats of Terrorism

Module 8 Threats of Terrorism






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    • 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
      • Religion
      • Politics
      • Ideology
      • Firearms
      • Explosive and Incendiary Devices
      • Chemical Agents
      • Biological Agents
      • Nuclear Weapon
      • Military Facilities
      • Government Facilities
      • Large Cities
      • International Airports
      • Public Gatherings
      • High-Profile Landmarks
      • 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.
      • Thank you for your time