Consultants: Blast Mitigation Engineering


Applied Research Associates
Southern Division
112 Monument Place
Vicksburg, MS 39180
Tel. 601.638.5401

Provides a wide range of security engineering services, including blast mitigation design. Clients include the U.S. State Department, GSA, and other government agencies.

Weidlinger Associates
375 Hudson Street
12th Floor
New York, NY 10014-3656
Tel. 212.367.3000


Consultants and Trainers: Bomb Countermeasures


Algonquin College
EPET Program, Electronics Department
200 Lees Ave.
Ottowa, Ontario, Canada
K1S 0C5
Tel. 613.727.4723 ext.3334

The EPET program is restricted to law enforcement personnel only.

Demoman
3B/24 Haetzel St.
Jerusalem 97853
Israel
Tel. +972 50.901.655

Provides training and consulting in matters related to EOD/IEDD, bomb detection, and SWAT explosive entry tactics.

Explosive Response Training Center International
265 Reservation Rd Suite E
Marina, CA 93933

Provides training and consulting in bomb threat response, mail bomb detection, and X-Ray screening. Has a special program designed to meet FAA training requirements.

Michael Stapleton Associates
47 West Street
New York, NY 10006
Tel. 202.509.1336

Consulting firm operated by former NYPD bomb disposal officer. Offers screening services for special events in addition to consulting and training services.

National Law Enforcement and Corrections Technology Center (NLECTC)
Explosives Detection and Neutralization Program (Law Enforcement Only)
P.O. Box 5800
Albuquerque, NM 87185-1156
Tel. 800.416.8086

NLECTC's Explosive Detection and Neutralization Program is a joint project with Sandia National Laboratories to test new detection and disposal technologies and train bomb disposal technicians in their employment. This program is only open to active law enforcement personnel.

Securesearch, Inc.
3500 Pharmacy Avenue
Unit 4, Scarborough
Ontario, Canada M1W 2T6
Tel. 416.492.5349

In addition to manufacturing and distributing bomb training products, Securesearch hosts advanced bomb-related seminars and certification programs.

S-2 Security and Intelligence Institute
1261 South Missouri Avenue
Clearwater, FL 33756
Tel. 727.461.9417

Hosts a wide range of terrorism and security-related courses, including the Bomb Countermeasures for Security Professionals seminar (presented by Craig Gundry, author of the Bomb Countermeasures CD-ROM series).




Consultants and Trainers: Executive Protection


Executive Security International
2128 Railroad Ave.
Rifle, Colorado 81650
Tel. 888.718.3105

Has been providing basic and advanced courses in Executive Protection and Investigations for over twenty years. Hosts on-site classes in the United States and Mexico.

Richard W. Kobetz and Associates, Ltd.
Tel. 540.955.1128



Consultants and Trainers: Terrorism Counteraction


Enterprising Securities

4135 LaVista Road
Suite 610- PMB115
Tucker, GA 30085-5003
Tel. 770.723.1683

Provides a wide range of courses on security and law enforcement topics, including IED search and response.


Total Security Services International

26 Heatherleigh Court
Marietta, GA 30068
Tel. 770.509.8800




Consultants: WMD Prepardness


Innovative Emergency Management
8555 United Plaza Boulevard, Suite 100
Baton Rouge, LA 70809
Tel 225.952.8191

Public Safety Group
12608 Lake Ridge Drive
Woodbridge, VA 22192
Tel. 703.491.5236

Over 15 years service as consultants in Chemical-Biological Defense and WMD-related issues. Clients include a wide range of public and private organizations, including the Department of Defense, Defense Intelligence Agency, and the Department of Justice.

 


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FACT

According to statistics released by the Australian Federal Police, the reported number of bomb incidents progressively quadroupled during the early 1990s. By 1996, Australian bomb incidents had peaked at over 700 actual and attempted bombings. Although this trends began to improve in the later 1990s, the annual number of bomb incidents remained doubled from the previous decade.


Source: analysis of Annual Report-1998, Australian Bomb Data Centre