Non Destructive Entry (NDE/Lockpicking)
Why Use Non-Destructive Entry (Lock Picking)? Simple: in many cases, law enforcement and the fire service uses the most expensive, the most destructive and least effective method to make entry into residential and commercial structures. Sometimes a rapid, dynamic and destructive entry is necessary and tactically required. However, sometimes a tactical situation may benefit from an alternative breach point using an alternative method. In other cases, someone inside a dwelling may simply be in need of assistance and be unable to come to the door (think "lift assist", welfare checks or other non-urgent events). In still other cases, entry is necessary for community caretaker and/or emergency situations, such as a house that is flooding, a welfare check, a suspicious circumstance, or similar. How many times has a door been destroyed on a welfare check of the resident only to discover that they were on vacation? The average cost to repair a door forced open can be expensive and in the hundreds of dollars, if not the thousands in some cases Not to mention the lost time to wait for a board-up crew when those officers could be clear and back on thee street, or the insecure structure you leave behind, and the loss of good will for a destroyed home or business. The same techniques will also work with a residential lockout, should you choose to also perform this.
We provide training and supplies for law enforcement and other public safety in Non Destructive Entry (NDE). This training provides an alternative option to forced destruction when breaching a residential or commercial structure. The techniques allow police and fire agencies a tactical option of entry, as well as the option to make entry in other circumstances where causing damage may be undesirable.
We also offer several entry tools and products for law enforcement and public safety, most at a significant discount.
You do NOT need a PayPal account to use the links-- any major credit card is also accepted. Prepayment is not required for course enrollment-- we will invoice your agency following the class.
What this course is: These courses offer a introduction into the art of lock picking and lock bumping as it applies in the law enforcement and fire fighter environment. They will teach you the basics of these skills, and give you an opportunity to start to develop those skills on practice locks in the class. The course will also teach you how those skills can be applied in a police agency or fire department environment in the course of your duties. This is a course specifically designed with the law enforcement officer and fire fighter in mind.
This course is unlike any other. We gear all of the content, instruction, and training to the Law Enforcement Officer and Fire Fighter in mind.
This course instruction and content is geared for municipal, county and state law enforcement and fire service personnel to make a non damaging entry.
What people are saying about this course:
"Great course- Awesome set of tools"
"The instructor is very well informed"
"Plenty of hands on experience with the classroom materials"
"A lot of 'hands on' training"
"Instructor was excellent and friendly. Offered plenty of assistance to students. Enjoyed trying all different types of locks."
"Large inventory of equipment, used both for practice and for demonstration, really helped the two-day introductory course leave a lasting impression and provided great 'Bang for the Buck"
"Bar none- no other law enforcement course has allowed us to walk away with such a large and useful tool bag. I am confident I can respond to any call for assistance."
"I learned a lot about locks"
"Great class. Looking forward to the advanced class"
"Learned a new skill- lots of hands-on"
"Good material, lots of products, very relevant"
I liked the "instruction and one on one time and equipment"
October 15-16, 2014 (Advanced): Check in at 0800 AM, course time from 0830 AM to 430 PM, with a 1-hour break/lunch on your own. Course held at the Wixom/Novi Holiday Inn, 48953 Alpha Drive, Wixom, MI 48393.