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  1. 1. Diversionary Devices
  2. 2. Diversionary Devices •When used properly are an excellent tactical tool •Create a loud report and a brilliant light • May disorient/ confuse •Are not a good substitute for good tactics
  3. 3. History  First Generation  Military Training Simulators  Second Generation  Powerful devices  Designed for Anti-terrorist Use  Entebbe  Mogadishu  Prince’s Gate, London  Air France Operation
  4. 4. Entebbe 1976  1976 Raid on Entebbe " Operation Thunderbolt" On June 27, an Air France jetliner was hijacked to Entebbe, Uganda Jewish and Israeli passengers were separated from the rest of the captives. The terrorists threatened to begin killing the hostages on the evening of July 4. In a daring commando operation, Israeli forces traveled 2,000 miles and landed at the Entebbe airport. They stormed the building the hostages were held in. They flashed banged the rooms & rescued the hostages and killed the terrorists.
  5. 5. Mogadishu 1977  A Palestinian hijack of a Lufthansa airliner in Mogadishu ended when German commandoes storm the plane. They threw flash bangs into the cockpit. Three hijackers are killed and 86 hostages are freed.
  6. 6. Iranian Embassy  In 1980 the world watched as gunmen held 26 people hostage at the Iranian embassy in London. After a six-day stand- off the SAS launched a dramatic attack on the hostage-takers. Using explosives and flashbangs they cleared the large building rescuing the hostages
  7. 7. Current Generation  Manufactured Commercially  Intended for law enforcement use  Reduce possibility of injuries  Contain powder mixture
  8. 8. Type Of Devices  Bursting Canister  Non metal canister which bursts during ignition. Fuse detonator assembly can become projectile.  Separating Sub munitions  Non metal Canister which separates from fuse detonator assembly prior to main detonation.  Non-Bursting Canister  Steel canister with “ports” which allow a controlled flash
  9. 9. OMNI BLAST 100 The Omni-Blast 100 tactical distraction device is one of a few bursting canister devices on the police and corrections market. The Omni can be used as a primary device or as an alternative in certain situations. It consists of a weighted fuse detonator assembly and a flash powder charge in a polypropylene canister. Size 1.5“ Dia. 8“ High Weight 10 Ounces Powder Weight 300 Grains Decibel Output 170-175db/5ft Time delay. 07-2 Seconds
  10. 10. Def-Tec MK-25  Non-Bursting Canister  Defense Technology-Federal Labs Multi- Port Plus  1.3 lb (589 grams) Gun Steel Body  1.5 second fuse delay  174.5 dB at 5 feet (1.6 meters)  6 - 8 Million Candela  Reusable body with reloaded fuse. Optional safety clip for fuse, and command initiated reloads.
  11. 11. CTS Model 7290  Combined Tactical Systems Model 7290  1.1 lb. (550 grams) Steel body  1.5 second fuse delay  175 dB at 5 feet (1.6 meters)  2.5 Million Candela  Single use body. Optional safety clip for fuse, and command initiated reloads.
  12. 12. UPCO Model 1750  Model 1750 Diversionary Device  174db Sound at 5ft.  2,300,00 Candle Power
  13. 13. Characteristics  Heat: Approx. 2700 degrees cent  Sound: 170-185 dB  Candella: 2 million candle power  Overpressure
  14. 14. Criteria For Use  Whenever a diversion is needed to make entry or arrest  And it is judged safe to deploy  In life threatening situations  And/or felony suspected felony incidents
  15. 15. Pre-deployment concerns  Protective and deployment equipment  Fire potential  Children & the elderly  Chemicals and/or Flammables  Exterior use  Exterior Disposal
  16. 16. Protective Equipment  Helmet  Nomex Balacava  Hearing Protection  Eye Protection  Body Armor  Nomex Gloves  Long Sleeves
  17. 17. Fire Potential  The Fire potential with distraction devices is very high  Have a fire extinguisher ready  Check for possible ignition
  18. 18. Children & elderly  Due to possible injury, Distraction devices should not be use if Children and or elderly bystanders are present.
  19. 19. Deployment  Prep Safety Pin  Safely stored until needed  Cover officer in place  Spoon placement in hand (spoon in web of hand)  Remove pin ONLY when about to deploy
  20. 20. Cover Visualize target area Toss
  21. 21. Devices should be thrown under hand, arching to the target area
  22. 22. Deployment (cont.)  Control the device  I.D. target area  Subjects and/or combustibles  Device failure plan  Entry upon initiation  Re-pin if needed
  23. 23. Post-Deployment  Medics  Medic must be available during ops which devices could be deployed.  Collect evidence  Device accountability  “Control” Deployment  Debrief  Document device use
  24. 24. Documentation  Use of force issue  Departmental policy detailed report  Photos and/or video  Medical screening  Diversionary device log
  25. 25. Legal Aspect  Anticipate Testifying  Courts Scrutiny of:  Department Policy  Knowledge & training  Justification for use  Planning and safeguarding  Deployment  Post-Deployment actions  Documentation
  26. 26. Case Law  Langford Vs. Gates  Smalley Vs. Minneapolis  Garcia Vs. Texas  United States Vs. Myers
  27. 27. Conclusion  When used properly diversionary devices are an excellent tool for use by Law Enforcement personnel

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