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HOSTILE CONTROL TACTICS - Canine Services Program

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HOSTILE CONTROL TACTICS - Canine Services Program

  1. 1. HHOOSSTTIILLEE CCOONNTTRROOLL TTAACCTTIICCSS™™ aa LLiimmiitteedd LLiiaabbiilliittyy CCoommppaannyy A Total Solutions Provider of Military & Law Enforcement Education and Training 2010 Hostile Control Tactics, LLC 9848 Tabor Street, Suite #216 Los Angeles, CA 90034 1.804.491.9860 Office 1.310.425.6742 Sales 1.509.472.6540 Fax www.hostilecontroltactics.com 10/1/2010 K9 SERVICES CAPABILITY STATEMENT
  2. 2. HOSTILE CONTROL TACTICS Capability Statement Fall 2010 2 Chapter 1 - Company Narrative.................................................................................................................. 3 Chapter 2 - Registrations & Licenses ......................................................................................................... 4 Chapter 3 - Core Competencies.................................................................................................................. 4 Chapter 4 - K9 Program.............................................................................................................................. 5 o Methodologies and Standards...................................................................................................... 6 o Training Services......................................................................................................................... 6 Chapter 5 - Past Performance History......................................................................................................... 7 Chapter 7 – Manpower Staffing Solutions.................................................................................................. 9 o Mobilization & Ticketing.......................................................................................................... 11 o TCN Groups.............................................................................................................................. 12 o Deliverables & Documents........................................................................................................ 13 Chapter 9 - Contact Informatiion................................................................................................................--
  3. 3. HOSTILE CONTROL TACTICS Capability Statement Fall 2010 3 I. Company Narrative Hostile Control Tactics (“HCT”) is a U.S. Small Business Administration approved, minority-veteran owned, disadvantaged business with expertise in hostile environment security risk management consulting and counter-terrorism tactical training. Established in 1996, HCT supports a wide variety of sensitive assignments in high-risk areas of the world. Government assignments range from the training and deployment of close protection security details to evaluating third country nationals working under contract with the Department of Defense, US State Department and the United Nations. HCT maintains a physical headquarters in a secluded, controlled-access site on 190-acres in Northern Virginia, 40 miles from Washington, D.C., a satellite office in California, support facilities in Europe, Chile, Dubai, the Fiji Islands and Africa. Each training site is fully equipped with multimedia classrooms, CQB/CQC shoot houses, K9 EDD instruction grounds, motorcade security roads and a firearms range. Core Competencies Threat AssessmentVulnerabilityAnalysis (CARVER,HLS CAM, M/D SHARPP) PersonalSecurity Detail (PSD) High Threat Operations Training Expatriateand Third Country National Manpower Staffing K9 Patrol/ Explosive Detection Handler & Dog Training COUNTER-TERRORISM SECURITYTRAINING
  4. 4. HOSTILE CONTROL TACTICS Capability Statement Fall 2010 4 Business Registrations Hostile Control Tactics is a professional member of several internationally recognized tactical and security related organizations. American Society of Industrial Security (ASIS) National Rifle Association – Certified Instructors International Association of Counter-terrorism & Security Professionals – (member #5803) International Association of Hostage Negotiators (IAHN) (Member #2763) Virginia Department of Criminal Justice Services (Licensed Security Training Agency #11-1238) HCT offers a comprehensive portfolio of International Maritime Organization (IMO), ISPS and MSTA compliant services to include; • Corporate Maritime Security Compliance Management Programs (MSCMP), including required Facility Security Plan (FSO) Updates/Rewrites • INTELOS MARITIME - a fully defensible Security Risk Assessment solution • U.S. Department of Transportation, OG&T Approved Maritime Security Training Series for First Responders • U.S. Coast Guard/MARAD/DNV "Approved & Certified" ISPS & MTSA Training Courses Administrative Contact Kevin D. James, President Direct (804) 491-9860 Email: admin@hostilecontroltactics.com UnitedNations Supplier Active Vendor ID: 140960 Central Contractor (CCR) Registration DUNS: 190570916 NCage Code: 37LF5 ORCA (www.orca.gov) Registrations and Certifications GSA MOBIS Schedule 84 Solicitation: 7FCI-L3-030084-B QMAD-CY-090001-B Pending Award 12/2010 Special Item Number (SIN) 246-52 Professional Security 246-54 Guard Services 874-4 Police and Military Education NAICS Codes 611519 – Police Training 561621 – Commercial Security Training 561612 – Security Guard and Patrol Srvs 561611- Investigative Services 541611- Administrative General Mngt. 541611-Consulting Services Organizational Structure Self-certified, disadvantaged, minority, veteran-owned business.
  5. 5. HOSTILE CONTROL TACTICS Capability Statement Fall 2010 5 K9 Program HCT has acquired the expertise and talents of some of the high qualified military and law enforcement canine master instructors, trainers and handlers in North America, Europe and Africa. Their educational background, credentials and past performance history includes exemplary service to numerous federal agencies, the law enforcement community and private sector corporations. We are outsourcing this talent to cleared entities with interest and a valid need. CAPABILITIES & QUALIFICATIONS  ATF Licensed Facility: Utilizing the expertise of a trusted training partner, the site is licensed by the ATF to store and use a wide range of High Explosives necessary to train and maintain the proficiency of canine EDD teams. This license can be used to clear additional facilities in the US as deeded necessary to support a training program. (Certificates available for review upon request)  Quality Assurance Standards: Explosive Detection at a minimum 95% accuracy rate is the standard established by the Department of Defense Military Working Dog Program (MWDP). All K9 EED are trained, validated and certified to DoD standards. Drug Detection, Personal Protective Services and Patrol training curriculum and certification programs are in strict compliance with federal guidelines.  Senior Instructors: Our canine instructor cadre is comprised of veterans of drawn from the U.S. Air Force Military Working Dog Program (MWD Program), the US Navy Air and Surface Forces, the US Marine Corps, the US Army and Civilian Security and Law Enforcement. Personnel have served in the Vietnam War, Desert Storm, Enduring Freedom, Iraqi Freedom, and Operation Southern Watch. Practical real world experience counts. CERTIFICATION & ACCREDITATION  All dogs must meet and exceed the certification standards established the North American Police Work Dog Association. The spectrum of training is in full compliance with AR 190- 12 and the US Army Manual for EOD Services.  Dog handlers are trained and tested using a criterion checklist that scores the handler's skill set to determine compliance with AR 190-12 and U.S. Department of Treasury standards.
  6. 6. HOSTILE CONTROL TACTICS Capability Statement Fall 2010 6 METHODOLOGIES & STANDARDS  Explosive Detection & Vehicle Search: Canines were trained and tested on their ability to identify specific odors typically found in Iraq/Afghanistan.  Odors Identification: EDD canines receive initial imprinting and are certified to detect and respond to twenty-three (23) explosive odors: o Ammonium Perchorate, NFO (ammonium nitrate fuel oil), Perchlorate based mixtures; Nitrate based mixtures; black powder and substitutes; Emulsion, Flex-ex, Fireworks, Rocket Booster/Penolite, Semtex, C-4 plastic explosive; detonating cord; data sheet; Kine-Pac; nitrates; PETN; potassium chlorate; pyro-dex; primer cord' RDX; sodium chlorate, sodium nitrate, sodium perchorate, urea nitrate, smokeless powder; time fuse, water gel, TNT, commercial dynamite. o Narcotic Odors: Cocaine, crystal methamphetamine, hashish, heroin, marijuana. o Personal Protective Services: Certified dogs are trained to one of three levels of protection based on the needs of the client. Handler commands can be given on and off-lease. o Patrol: Certified Patrol Dogs (CPD’s) are trained to protect against and if necessary attack passive and aggressive threats. Upon command, CDP’s will purse and hold a suspect until given another command by the handler. CDP’s are also trained to conduct “stand-offs”, “bark and guard”, “search and re-attack”, and “escort” sorties. Our canines will protect against multiple violent threats and are not deterred by loud noise, diversions or gunfire. TRAINING SERVICES A Handler and a Dog selected by our teams of experts will undergo six (6) weeks of basic EDD training for certification purposes. Training can be conducted at our facility or at an approved off- site location. The handler is trained to condition the canine to detect and response to substances and odors. Afterwards, the handler and dog are qualified for deployment into any geographic region worldwide. Six Week Basic Handler Course: Designed to train and certify a new handler and dog. K9 Refresher Training: Seven to fourteen days, depending on client needs and the Scope of Work requirements. Contact our Training Division to request a detailed training curriculum or syllabus information.
  7. 7. HOSTILE CONTROL TACTICS Capability Statement Fall 2010 7 PAST PERFORMANCE HISTORY (K9 Personnel) Department of Homeland Security US Navy United States Marine Corps (MCWL/Warfighting Laboratory) United States Marine Security Division (PS) Local, State & Regional Law Enforcement NFL Football Games Numerous high risk missions throughout Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan and regions of Africa. Featured below are highlights of Hostile Control Tactic’s participation in government contracts. *This is not an all inclusive list.  Client: U.S. State Department (Subcontractor to DynCorp International) Project Contract: Liberia Security Sector Reform (LSSR) Scope of Work: Force Protection Static Security Guards. Hostile Control Tactics recruited, trained and deployed 3 six-man static force protection guard teams to secure and protect the Liberian Army military base in Monrovia-West Africa. Dollar Value: $1,660,000.00  Client: U.S. Department of State (Subcontractor to DynCorp International) Contract Number: SAQMPD-05F-465 / Liberia Security Sector Reform Scope of Work: Foreign Military Assistant / Military Education & Training. We were tasked to recruit, conduct interviews, perform background investigations, and deploy qualified basic combat military drill instructors into Monrovia-Liberia, West Africa to retrain the Republic of Liberia Army. Location: Camp Schefflin, Monrovia Liberia Dollar Value: $2,300,000.00
  8. 8. HOSTILE CONTROL TACTICS Capability Statement Fall 2010 8  Client: US Army Corps of Engineers, JCC-Iraq/Afghanistan  (In cooperation with Explosive Ordinance Disposal Technologies, Inc.)  Contract Number: GS-10F-0314M  Contract Number: W91DY-040-D-0018 / W91GY0-07-C-0053  Location: Camp Victory, Baghdad Iraq  Scope of Work: Provided convoy escort transportation (CET/PSD) training to a multi- national team of security guards and managed contractor vetting, airline ticketing, visa issuance and deployment.  Dollar Value: $220,000.00
  9. 9. HOSTILE CONTROL TACTICS Capability Statement Fall 2010 9 Manpower Staffing Solutions Occupational Specialties: Dignitary Protective Security Escort Teams Force Protection Static Guards K9 Patrol, Search and Explosive Detection Dog Handlers Armorers (Weapons Technicians) Certified EMT (Tactical Medics) Linguist/Translators (Arabic, Pashto, Dari, Urdu, Hindi, French, Portuguese) o Hospitality Services o Facilities Maintenance & House-keeping o Certified Auto, Truck & Diesel Mechanics o Warehouse Personnel o Construction (skilled and unskilled labor) Third Country Nationals South Africa / Uganda / Kenya / Peru / Chile / Brazil / Sri Lanka / Nepal / Philippines Norway / Eastern Europe/ Canada / Great Britain Mobilization Pricing Africa South America Asia Europe North America South Africa Chile Nepal Great Britain USA Uganda Peru India Bosnia Canada Kenya Brazil Philippines Norway Mobilization/Demobilization Capabilities & Pricing (See below): Uganda, Africa: Total Manpower – 3,000 Round-trip Airfare from Entebbe, Uganda to Dubai, United Arab Emirates - $950.00 per person Price quote is accurate if ticket is purchased with a ten (10) day advance notice. Taxes and surcharges included. Open return date in 6 months or 1 year)
  10. 10. HOSTILE CONTROL TACTICS Capability Statement Fall 2010 10 Bosnia (Eastern Europe): Total Manpower – 750 Round-trip Airfare from Sarajevo to Dubai - $788.00 per person Price quote is accurate if ticket is purchased with a ten (10) day advance notice. Taxes and surcharges included. Open return date in 6 months or 1 year) Chile, South America: Total Manpower – 1,500 Round-trip Airfare from Sarajevo to Dubai - $3,400.00 per person Price quote is accurate if ticket is purchased with a ten (10) day advance notice. Taxes and surcharges included. Open return date in 6 months or 1 year) Hostile Control Tactics recruits from qualified talent pools, delivers government compliant training, handles the issuance of C-1 travel visas (if needed), secures discounted airline tickets, and deploys personnel into theater. Mobilization Timetable (10) day advance notice Screened, Mobilized & Deployed 400 men (20) day advance notice PSS/PSD Trained, Mobilized & Deployed 800 men (30) day advance notice Customized Training, Mobilized & Deployed 1,200 men 48 hours prior to airline departure, TCN personnel will be contacted via telephone and email to arrange shuttle van pickup and transportation to the airport for timely departure. South Africa: Total Manpower – 2,500 Round-trip Airfare from Johannesburg, South Africa to Dubai UAE - $1,040.00 per person Price quote is accurate if ticket is purchased with a ten (10) day advance notice. Taxes and surcharges included. Open return date in 6 months or 1 year) Nepal: Total Manpower – 2,500 Round-trip Airfare from Kathmandu to Dubai UAE - $1,225.00 per person Price quote is accurate if ticket is purchased with a ten (10) day advance notice. Taxes and surcharges included. Open return date in 6 months or 1 year)
  11. 11. HOSTILE CONTROL TACTICS Capability Statement Fall 2010 11 Airline Travel Ticketing Prior to purchasing airline tickets for TCN personnel living outside of the USA, allow us to give you a price quote through our reliable in-country travel agents. Historically, we have demonstrated the ability to secure C-1 travel visas and airline tickets significantly less expensive and faster. Deliverables All civilian contract personnel recommended for hire or deploying overseas to work with or alongside conventional military force will have the following documents in their employee file: DD-214 Form / Official Military Discharge Letter of Service CV-resume (with verifiable references) WPPS Biography Form (*At client request) Travel Passport – a scanned color copy // DD Form 2760 DD Forms 2795 - Medical Vaccinations & Health Assessment DD Form 93 – Emergency Contact Data Dental Letter - Affirmation of No Significant Health Issues Payroll Direct Deposit Form Signed Acknowledgement of RUF/ROE/UCMJ Training DA-88R Scorecard / DA Form 5241 (Live Fire Qualification Score Card) Relevant Certificates, Diplomas and Training Records Hostile Control Tactic, LLC 9848 Tabor Street, Suite #216 Los Angeles, CA 90034 1.804.491.9860 Direct 1.509.472.6540 Fax www.hostilecontroltactics.com Email: admin@hostilecontroltactics.com
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