Survey—Threat Assessment : 5 Days

This course provides comprehensive principles and techniques to effectively conduct threat assessments on facilities and their personnel in order to determine the level of vulnerability to that facility’s security parameters.


Topics to be covered in this class include:
  • Security Principles
  • Facility Security Assessment
  • Facility Safety Assessment
  • Personal Security (PERSEC)
  • Alarm Systems
  • Video and Access Control Systems
  • Physical Structure Access
  • Building Egress and Evaluation Routes
  • Fire and Life Safety Systems and Protocol
  • Threat Countermeasures
  • Facility Security Management



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Course Length: 5 Days

Most courses and their content are provided to selective government agencies whose personnel have a "need to know" and whose personnel practice the disciplines taught by the TOSS group in an operational environment.

For more information on any of these courses, please contact David J. Kline or Joel D. Davis at (970)798-7776, fax (970)798-7773, or e-mail to




Course Benefits and Description:

This course is designed to train military, law enforcement and security management personnel in advanced techniques of vulnerability threat assessment. Students deal with hands-on, emerging security threats and examine present day systems to reveal security vulnerabilities. It includes classroom and extensive practical exercises to ensure threat assessment skills are clearly understood, properly applied, and tested. Upon completion, attendees have a thorough working knowledge of security threats as they pertain to facilities and personnel.

Also Available:
Physical Surveillance Refresher Exercises—5 Days

A Security and Surveillance Group Physical Surveillance course is a pre-requisite. Physical Surveillance Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures (TTPs) are perishable skills. Additionally, innovations continue to outpace the ability of most operational units to stay current. The Security and Surveillance Group offers refresher exercises so previous graduates of our Physical Surveillance Courses can conduct surveillance operations while they are coached by Security and Surveillance Group professionals. Field Training Exercises (FTX) are conducted under operational conditions in order to allow units to address operational shortfalls in a forgiving environment.