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Vehicle-Borne Improvised Explosive Device (VBIED)

Security and Resiliency Guide and Annexes

The Security and Resiliency Guide (SRG C-IED) and annexes are designed to help stakeholders take proactive steps to enhance their security and resiliency for potential IED incidents by providing guidance and resources consistent with broader all-hazards preparedness and risk management principles. The guide contains four annexes (Sports Leagues and Venues, Outdoor Events, Public Assembly, and Lodging) that provide tailored information specifically for security managers and staff as they seek to improve the preparedness of their venues.

Standoff Detection

Developing technologies that could rapidly screen vehicles at a distance and people away from an airport-style checkpoint.

Counter-IED Awareness Products

OBP provides a wide array of awareness products—including cards, posters, checklists, guides, videos, briefings, and applications—that share counter-IED awareness information with the general public and across the public and private sectors to prevent, protect against, respond to, and mitigate bombing incidents.

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Chemical Sector Resources

The Chemical Sector-Specific Agency provides institutional knowledge and specialized expertise to collaboratively develop, coordinate, and implement voluntary programs to improve security and resilience within the Chemical Sector.

Pipebomb made with pipe, wires, and explosives.

Office for Bombing Prevention (OBP)

The mission of the Office for Bombing Prevention (OBP) is to protect life and critical infrastructure by building capabilities within the general public and across the public and private sectors to prevent, protect against, respond to, and mitigate bombing incidents.

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TRIPwire (Technical Resource for Incident Prevention)

TRIPwire, the Technical Resource for Incident Prevention, is the Department’s 24/7 online, secure, collaborative, information-sharing network for bomb squad, law enforcement, and other emergency services personnel to learn about current terrorist improvised explosive device (IED) tactics, techniques, and procedures.

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