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Seminar Title:  
Terrorism Conference: Response to Active Shooter and Bomb Investigations

DATES:  2/27/2017 through 3/3/2017

INSTRUCTOR(S):  Multiple Instructors

LOCATION:  Palace Station - 2411 West Sahara Avenue, Las Vegas, NV  89102

HOTEL:  Palace Station - Las Vegas, NV  1-800-634-3101
Tower Rooms:
$45.00 S/D Sunday-Thursday/$89.00 S/D Friday & Saturday
Book Room Online Here

*Additional $9.99 Service Fee Per Night (Includes Scheduled Transportation To and From Airport, Shuttle to strip, Work-out Center, and In Room Internet Access)
NOTE: Identify with Group Code PCIFEB7 or PATC Western States Conference to receive discounted rate

COURSE REGISTRATION FEE:  $595.00 Includes all training materials, and a Certificate of Completion.

Instructor Bio

Hanan Yadin is a veteran commander in the Israel Defense Force (IDF) and a former member of Israel National Counter-Terrorism Agency (Shin-Bet) which is a subordinate to the Israel Prime Minister Office. Hanan was a part of a unit that conducted covert high risk protective services to government dignitaries and other government personnel. Hanan received advanced training at the Israeli Anti-Terror Academy and served as an instructor at the Israeli Military Intelligence Academy. Extensive experience with Active Shooter and Mass Shooting preparedness and defeat.
Mr. Yadin has 30 years experience in security and antiterrorism fields. As part of a Special Ops unit Hanan participated in high-risk missions against terrorist’s cells. Hanan is an expert marksman and has completed advanced training in crisis response, urban warfare and tactical operations.
During his senior high school years, Mr. Yadin was selected to be a part of a government program to combat terrorism in Israeli schools. Selected students who met certain criteria became covert marshals in the schools. The program consisted of 30-day course (Level 1) at age 16, and another course 30-day (Level 2) at age 17 in a military base. Course was coordinated by Israeli government, Israeli National Police and the IDF and included antiterrorism, tactical and security aspects related to school.
Later, as a soldier, Mr. Yadin participated in a combined multi-force maneuvers and drills that simulate attacks against civilian targets and various educational entities.
Mr. Yadin trained thousands of police officers and military operators. Mr. Yadin has also provided specialized training to the Department of Justice, Department of State as well as to the U.S. Navy Seals, US Army and US Air Force. He has trained many SWAT teams, tactical First Responders, CRTs Mr. Yadin specialized in Table-Top and Full-Scale Multi-Agency exercises. Hanan helped many critical infrastructure establishment to boost their security policies on a global level.
In the pre-9/11 environment, Mr. Yadin focused on innovative training that helped police officers boost their shooting and tactical skill sets in response to an increasingly violent criminal and terrorist element. He has trained thousands of operators in reflexive and selective shooting methods that allow operators to hit a target accurately within 1 second without the use of a gun sight.
After 9/11, Mr. Yadin was able to bring to bear all of his expertise and experience to work with American agencies in gaining a deeper understanding of radical Islam and provide proven tactical techniques to improve counter-terror operations.

Shaun Santos,Attorney
Sgt. Santos has been a law enforcement officer for 20 years, with over 15 years experience as a Narcotics Detective. He has extensive experience working with the Drug Enforcement Administration conducting electronic surveillance investigations in to the Drug Trafficking Organizations. Shaun is currently assigned to the DEA’s Financial Investigations Team (FIT), anti-money laundering group, responsible for conducting large international money laundering investigations. He has experience with foreign and domestic money pick-ups, international bank wire transfers, familiarity with Black Market Peso Exchange, and Attorney General Exempt Operations (AGEO), allowing for the laundering of drug proceeds in furtherance of narcotics investigations. Shaun has received his Bachelor Degree in Criminal Justice, University of Massachusetts, Lowell, MA; Masters Degree from Anna Maria College; and Juris Doctorate from Suffolk University Law School.

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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Course Objectives

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Terrorism Readiness & Active Shooter (Days 1 & 2) with Hanan Yadin:

This 2 day module of the conference that will cover information on terrorism readiness and active shooters will help attendees to better understand the following:

  • Ideology (Sunni vs Shia, Muslim Brotherhood, Fundamentalist, etc.) and Motivation (heavenly motivation, earthly motivation)
  • Dynamics of recruiting (indoctrination, suspicious signs, approaching the subject, etc.)
  • Active Shooter at the workplace, street, mall (early signs, how targets are selected)
  • What to do in an active shooter event (hide, run or take action) and if there is a hostage situation
  • The “Lone Wolf” terrorist phenomena
  • Attacks against schools (possible scenarios, school security and weapons in schools)

The 2013 Boston Marathon Bombing (Day 3) with Shaun Santos:

This one day module will include a presentation and overview on the Boston Marathon bombing, including pre-event planning, early triage and the events that followed. After discussing the event, attendees will learn best practices, a strong reliance on Unified Command, an enhanced medical all-hazard system, and the re-opening of the Boylston St crime scene. Also, key areas for improvement (i.e. key areas for improvement, ie., the lack of coordination and management of mutual aid personnel, lack of weapon discipline, and the lack of a joint information center).

Bombs and Improvised Explosive Devices (Day 4 & 5) with Gary Bills:

This two day module will focus on the use of explosives in terrorism. The course is designed to provide the first responder with the tools, knowledge and capabilities to react to and stabilize an incident involving and improvised explosive device or suspect device until qualified technical support arrives on scene. The course takes the student through the “Who” with historical studies of previous bombings and current threats that face them. The “what” is covered in the components of improvised explosive devices and the effects of energetic material detonation.

This course will provide valuable information for the first responder to accurate assess an incident and provide useable intel information to responding technical units. It also provides the supervisory and management officer with valuable information to determine the level of threat and what is needed to justify operational closures and evacuations.


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