Explosive Detection Canines: Types and Effective Risk Mitigation Uses

Wednesday, 26 September| 11:00 AM - 12:15 PM | N109-110

Violent acts across the globe underscore the fact that the threat of an explosive attack is real. Travel destinations, entertainment arenas, sporting venues, campuses, places of tourism, and other large leisure events where patrons gather are soft targets for these threats. Understanding the types of explosive detection canines that are available and choosing and deploying the right capability is key to mitigating risk and increasing detection success rates. Learn the difference between traditional bomb dogs, people-screening dogs, and mass-screening dogs. Take a detailed look at how explosive detection canines work with technological advancements through a live canine demonstration of these capabilities.

Session Number: 6107

Type: Lecture

Priority Subject Matter: ASIS International, Detection systems, Global Access LIVE!

Handout(s): 6107_6107-696


Supported By

ASIS Crisis Management and Business Continuity Council

ASIS Physical Security Council


Speakers

Paul Hammond

Paul Hammond

President

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