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ICAS COURSE
Independent Contractor Assessment
&
Screening Course
©Copyright 2004, 2005. Hostile Control Tactics LLC. All r...
©Copyright 2004, 2005. Hostile Control Tactics LLC. All rights reserved.
PURPOSE
The ICAS Course is an HCT sponsored tacti...
©Copyright 2004, 2005. Hostile Control Tactics LLC. All rights reserved.
TASKS
Course participants receive comprehensive i...
©Copyright 2004, 2005. Hostile Control Tactics LLC. All rights reserved.
ICAS COURSE
TIER ONE
Alpha/Level 1
Veteran of a s...
©Copyright 2004, 2005. Hostile Control Tactics LLC. All rights reserved.
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Employers can be assure...
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ICAS COURSE - Guard Tier Rating Standards

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The ICAS Course is an HCT sponsored tactical skill assessment course and pre-employment screening workshop designed to verify the combat tactical proficiency of candidates for protective security detail employment.
HCT collects, reviews and submits to potential employers all relevant new hire documents to expedite the hiring process.

Upon request, HCT provides employers with secure online access to a database containing vital proprietary candidate documents.

ICAS COURSE STANDARDS
ICAS course standards were developed to ensure strict compliance with US Department of Defense [directives] and military doctrine relevant to force protection training and civilian contractor guard personnel deployed to support the forces.

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ICAS COURSE - Guard Tier Rating Standards

  1. 1. ICAS COURSE Independent Contractor Assessment & Screening Course ©Copyright 2004, 2005. Hostile Control Tactics LLC. All rights reserved.
  2. 2. ©Copyright 2004, 2005. Hostile Control Tactics LLC. All rights reserved. PURPOSE The ICAS Course is an HCT sponsored tactical skill assessment course and pre-employment screening workshop designed to verify the combat tactical proficiency of candidates for protective security detail employment. HCT collects, reviews and submits to potential employers all relevant new hire documents to expedite the hiring process. Upon request, HCT provides employers with secure online access to a database containing vital proprietary candidate documents. ICAS COURSE STANDARDS ICAS course standards were developed to ensure strict compliance with US DoD directives and military doctrine relevant to Force Protection tactics, techniques and procedures. HCT PSS/PSD curriculum *meets and exceeds U.S. Department of State (DoS) Anti-terrorism Assistance Program standards and physical exercise readiness requirements for security personnel deployed in overseas operations. (See references) REFERENCES 1. US Department of Defense, Instructions -Number 3020.4, “Contractor Personnel Authorized to Accompany US Armed Forces”. (October 3, 2005) (a) US DoD Directive 2000.12, US DoD Directive 2000.16, US DoD Instruction 1300.23, (as referenced, (b) and contained and incorporated by reference). 2. US Department of Defense FM 3-100.21, “Contractors On the Battlefield” (January 2003) 3. US Department of State Publication 10212, “Security Guidelines for American Enterprises Abroad”. 4. US Department of State Foreign Affairs Manual Volume One, 1FAM-260. (September 28, 2005) A. Emergency Planning Handbook (12-FAH-1) B. Protection Handbook (12-FAH1) C. Physical Security Handbook (12-FAH-5) D. Public Law 99399, “Omnibus Diplomatic Security and Anti-terrorism Act of 1986”. (as amended) 5. 12 FAM Diplomatic Security; DS-112 (06-15-2005) 230 Personnel Security. DS-108 (02-01-2005) Subchapter 210, “Protection of Secretary of State, Foreign Dignitaries, and Foreign Missions in United States”. 6. Joint Contracting Command Iraq (JCC-I), Multinational Forces/PARC Forces: (FAR 52.212-5), 252.225.7040. “Contractor Personnel Supporting a Force Deployed Outside of the United States”. (June 2005) 7. US CENTCOM and VBC Base Defense Rules for the Use of Force (RUF), DoDl 2030.41. 8. US DoD Directive 5210.84, “Security of DoD Personnel at US Mission abroad”, enclosure 1, “Memorandum of Understand between DoD and DOS on Overseas Security Support,” January 22, 1992. 9. US Army FM 9-20, “Technical Escort Operation” (November 1997) 10. US Army FM 3.19.20, Department of the Army “Physical Security”’ chapter 7,9. 11. US Department of Defense, DoD Directive 1300.7, “Training and Education Measures Necessary to Support the Code of Conduct”. (December 1998). 12. US Army FM 3-14.119, “Improvised Explosive Device (IED) Defeat. (September 2005)
  3. 3. ©Copyright 2004, 2005. Hostile Control Tactics LLC. All rights reserved. TASKS Course participants receive comprehensive instruction in the proper techniques and methods of performing common soldier and protective security detail operator tasks. Given sufficient training, resources and clearly defined test requirements, the candidate for employment must successfully demonstrate tactical proficiency in the following areas: • Rules of Engagement (ROE) and Rules for Use of Force (RUF) • Patrolling & Watch Duty Procedures • Motorcade/Convoy Escort Procedures • Security Checkpoint Protocol • US Army Pistol and Rifle Marksmanship Qualification • Tactical Communications (2-way radio, call signs & prowords) • Urban Close Quarters Combat (CQB/CQC) • Protective Escort Formations • Combat Emergency First Aid • Improvised Explosive Device (IED/VBIED) Recognition & Awareness • Military Map Reading/Compass & GPS Device • US Army Physical Fitness Readiness Testing • Force-on-Force Scenario (Attack on Principle Drills) ICAS COURSE SCORING Course participants are required to successfully demonstrate tactical proficiency in required PSD/PSS operator common tasks. Scoring is based on a “GO” or “NO GO” award system. Qualified PSD operators are awarded an appropriate Tier Designation. EXEMPTIONS Veteran elite military or law enforcement SWAT personnel having completed a minimum six month overseas PSS/PSD deployment in the middle are not required to complete the ICAS Course as a pre-requisite for hire recommendation. Final determination is made by considering factors such as; tactical background, previous PSS/PSD training received, protective security work experience, time in grade, and verifiable references.
  4. 4. ©Copyright 2004, 2005. Hostile Control Tactics LLC. All rights reserved. ICAS COURSE TIER ONE Alpha/Level 1 Veteran of a special operations unit (military or police) with advanced training in personnel recovery and/or close protection Black Mission Capable AIC (Agent in Charge) qualified Advance Team Leader qualified CAT Team Leader qualified Bravo/Level 2 Section Leader qualified Advance Team qualified Tactical background in SDR, elite combat infantry or SWAT Team Leader qualified Mobile PSD qualified Driver qualified CAT Team Capable Charlie/Level 3 Mobile PSD Team qualified Driver qualified. *low threat Team Leader. *Static Team TIER 2 Alpha/L1 Mobile PSD Team qualified Force Protection qualified Full Spectrum Static Security FP Team Leader qualified Bravo/L2 Static Security Post qualified Roving Patrol/Vehicle qualified Charlie/L3 Static Guard, Gate Entry Armed or Unarmed Post TIER 3 Alpha Support Element qualified. *for Tier 2 element only. Unarmed close protection Unarmed security guard SKILL SETS The duties and responsibilities of a Protective Security Specialist do not require combat scuba diving, parachute operations, tactical rappelling, SPIE rigging or other skills unique to the special operations community. There has never been one single instance where the above skills were required to complete a PSD mission. Therefore, HCT seeks out highly motivated, physically fit individuals with the proper attitude, demeanor, work history, small unit tactical training, martial arts experience, and other talents relevant to high threat environment close protection. TIER RATING SYSTEM
  5. 5. ©Copyright 2004, 2005. Hostile Control Tactics LLC. All rights reserved. EMPLOYMENT RECOMMENDATION Employers can be assured that successful ICAS Course graduates are tactically proficient, physically fit and administratively deployable. Upon request HCT will furnish an employer with the following documents of each course graduate: • A resume or CV (including verifiable references) • Notarized copy of military discharge certificate(s) • Notarized copy of law enforcement badge/ID and certificates of training • Full-color copy of a valid travel passport • Results of a criminal background police records check • Verification of no domestic violence criminal history • A general medical and dental health assessment (vaccination history) • Emergency Contact/Next of Kin Data • Live Fire Weapons Qualification Report (US Army Standard Forms) • HCT Certificate of Assessment Testing ICAS COURSE CAPABILITIES HCT retains human resources personnel, qualified instructors, training aids and material resources sufficient to perform the following: Conduct 5 to 21 day PSD training courses in the continental USA or in South Africa. Successfully conduct at least three (2) assessment courses per calendar month. Maintain an instructor to student class ratio of 1/4. For a detailed description or to view photographs of our training facilities, visit our web site at: www.hctactics.com

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