Counter Drone Measures

Learn how to safely and lawfully use these life-saving strategies for counter-drone operations

November 4-5, 2019 - Costa Mesa California

Training Location :: Fairview Developmental Center

February 24-25, 2020 - Costa Mesa California

Training Location :: Fairview Developmental Center

Executive Summary

Drone attacks are occurring almost daily across the globe. It is only a matter of time until they occur here in the United States. These low-cost, high-tech, and easily weaponized aerial vehicles can cause terror just about anywhere. This 2-day course provides students with the latest technology and tactics to prevent and respond to a drone attack. Students will be able to:

  • Explain the legal issues governing law enforcement conduct and investigations
  • Describe how to obtain legislation for enforceable drone laws
  • Conduct effective investigations on criminal drone activity
  • Use counter drone measures that include emerging technology for detection
  • Use counter drone measures that include emerging technology for interdiction
  • Describe drone weaponizing techniques
  • Identify potential drone threats

Course Information

Course Length: 2 days (16 hours)
Cost/Tuition: $495.00 (includes FAA 107 exam fee)
Max Class Size: 15 Students
Prerequisites: None
Recommended For: sUAS Operators, Supervisors and Tactical/Security Operation Teams
Lodging: Government rate at Ayres Fountain Valley 17550 Brookhurst St, Fountain Valley, CA 92708 (714) 861-5170 (Mention “LA County Regional Training”)

Training Cadre

Tim is a Captain with the Huntington Beach Police Department in Orange County California. Tim is currently the UAS program manager for his department and has been involved in the development of the program from the ground up.

Chris is a Lieutenant with the Huntington Beach Police Department in Orange County California and a military veteran. Chris assisted in developing the departments sUAS program and is currently working as the program supervisor.

Kris serves as Executive Director for the Los Angeles County RTC, and teaches at Golden West College. He is a retired Detective Supervisor and POST Master Instructor. He has designed and taught over 70 courses for CA Law Enforcement.

Mailing Address:
16835 Algonquin St, Suite 462
Huntington Beach CA 92649

office: (888) 782-4969
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