The software demos offered on this page are short extracts from the new Bomb Countermeasures for Security Professionals (BCSP) CD-ROM, Version 2.0. We are offering four modules at the present time. The first module is a short training sequence on mail screening procedures. The last three modules compose the first lesson of the BCSP program (Lesson One: Introduction to the Threat).

To download a demo, simply click on the title to go to the download page.


Mail Bomb Recognition Clues (4.8 MB Zip)

The Mail Bomb Recognition Clues module (extracted from Lesson Six) describes a number of common characteristics of letter and parcel bombs that can aid in identifying suspicious mailings. This demo also includes a practical exercise to reinforce the importance of visual mail screening.

Lesson One, Part One: Evolution of the Threat (5.4 MB Zip)

This learning module presents the historical evolution of explosives as a terrorist and criminal weapon and describes current trends in the use of bombs. This modules also includes an analysis of bomb statistics for Australia, Canada, the United Kingdom, and the United States.

NOTE: The timeline in this module is one example of the enhanced interactive learning features included in BCSP Version 2.0.

Lesson One, Part Two: Characteristics of Bomb Perpetrators (7.4 MB Zip)

This learning module describes the characteristics of bomb perpetrators and introduces a new system of classifying bombers similar to the proposed NCAVC bomb offender typologies. This module is supported with a number of case studies of bombers and bomb incidents.

Lesson One, Part Three: Lesson One Review Quiz (3.8 MB Zip)

This module is the interactive review quiz for Lesson One (Parts One and Two). As one of the new types of instructor's tools included in BCSP Version 2.0, each lesson is now reinforced with an interactive review quiz to test the student's retention of information presented in the lesson.



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NOTE: All demos require the following minimum configuration:

  • Pentium I computer
  • 8 MB available RAM
  • 16-Bit Color Monitor
  • Sound Capability
  • Windows 95 or newer