Oklahoma Law Enforcement Attend FBI Explosives Workshop

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Our Oklahoma law enforcement learned how explosives are made. The FBI held a workshop on Thursday in case law enforcement needed to prevent an explosive from detonating. of the FBI’s Joint Terrorism Task Force. Many homemade explosives are made from basic household items. “This week we trained them in reconnaissance, safety and community safety as it relates to improvised explosives,” Larsen said. Then they explode. “We bring them into range, and then we detonate these IEDs, so they see the impact,” Larsen said. The training is especially important for law enforcement in Oklahoma. the effect of a nefarious act or the use of homemade explosives to terrorize our state,” Larsen said. The FBI said the public can also play a role in keeping Oklahoma safe.” The only request from the FBI is if you see anything suspicious or report it to law enforcement or the FBI so we can hopefully prevent the next attack,” Larsen said.

Our Oklahoma law enforcement learned how explosives are made.

The FBI held a workshop Thursday in case law enforcement needed to prevent an explosive from detonating.

“Because the FBI is the lead agency on terrorism, we train alongside our law enforcement bomb technicians in the use of improvised explosives,” said Eric Larsen, of the Joint Task Force. on FBI terrorism.

Many homemade explosives are made from basic household items.

“This week we trained them in reconnaissance, safety and community safety as it relates to improvised explosives,” Larsen said.

Then they explode.

“We take them to the range, and then we detonate these improvised explosive devices, so they see the impact,” Larsen said.

The training is especially important for law enforcement agencies in Oklahoma.

“We in Oklahoma are no strangers to the effect of a nefarious act or the use of improvised explosives to terrorize our state,” Larsen said.

The FBI said the public can also play a role in keeping Oklahoma safe.

“The only request from the FBI is that if you see anything suspicious, you report it to law enforcement or the FBI so we can hopefully prevent the next attack,” Larsen said.

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