Bomb Investigations - Hands On
DATES: 10/31/2019 through 11/1/2019
INSTRUCTOR(S): Gary Bills
LOCATION: Public Agency Training Council Training Center - 5235 Decatur Blvd, Indianapolis, IN 46241
HOTEL: Holiday Inn - Indianapolis, IN 317-856-6200
$214.99 Double or Single Due To FFA Blackout Date
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COURSE REGISTRATION FEE: $325.00 Includes all training materials, and a Certificate of Completion.
Gary D. Bills is retired from active Law Enforcement after 29 years of service, 22 with the Dallas /Fort Worth International Airport Police Department.
During his career in Law Enforcement, Gary has worked Patrol, Undercover Narcotics Investigations, Criminal Investigations, Solo Motors, SWAT/Tactical, and Explosive Ordnance Disposal.
He retired as Lieutenant with the Special Operations Division over EOD and Explosives Detection Canines. Gary is a certified Hazardous Devices Technician and was the Bomb Squad Commander for DFW Airport Bomb Squad.
Gary has training in Advanced Explosives Disposal Techniques, Home Made Explosives, Large Vehicle Counter Measures, and Electronic Counter Measures.
Gary holds a Master Peace Officer Certification for the State of Texas and an Instructor Certification from Texas Commission on Law Enforcement. He has worked internationally with several military units for the United States and NATO teaching Counter IED recognition.
Gary has a Bachelors Degree in Biology from Tarleton State University and a Master of Science Degree in Human Relations and Business from Amberton University. Gary also attended the FBI National Academy in Quantico, VA, session 241.
Gary is married and he and wife Vickey live in Texas where he is also active in American Karate and teaches classes in Karate and self defense.
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|b>INTRODUCTION TO EXPLOSIVES AND THEIR HAZARDS: This session will
identify the difference between high and low explosives and their chemical
components. The students will learn the hazards associated with explosives
and how to investigate properly.
EXPLOSIVE MATERIAL: The student will gain an understanding of the
commercial explosives, military explosives, and explosive powders. They will
study the theory of explosives and how this information can assist in their
IMPROVISED EXPLOSIVE DEVICES (IED): This session will introduce the
student to the various items that are used in the homemade, manufacturing
INTRODUCTION TO BASIC ELECTRICITY: The student will gain insight into
how electricity is used in the manufacturing of explosive devices. They will
also learn how different types of materials are used for initiation systems
when making improvised explosive devices.
CHEMICAL – BIOLOGICAL: The student will be introduced to types of
chemical/biological weapons and how they could be deployed.
CRIME SCENE MANAGEMENT: The student will learn the proper techniques
for processing an explosive crime scene. They will also learn the proper
procedures for distance – how far a crime scene may extend.
HANDS-ON – EXPLOSIVE CRIME SCENE SEARCHING: The students will actually
participate in the processing of a simulated crime scene where an improvised
device has been used. All methods of classroom instruction will be put to
use. At the end of the exercise the students will be able to present their
theories of what caused the explosion, and what was used in the manufacturing
of the device.