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FORCIBLE ENTRY

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  1. FORCIBLE ENTRY

  2. OBJECTIVES • The Student will be able to demonstrate the proper method of entry through locks, doors, windows, floors, walls, and roofs. • The Student will identify what tools are needed for these entries. • The Student will demonstrate how to use tools properly to perform each task. • The Student must pass all exams with a minimum of 75%, and complete the practical evaluations within the allotted times.

  3. Importance of forcible entry Forcible entry tools Door Construction Door Types Door Locks Window construction Window Types Door/Window Obstacles OVERVIEW

  4. What is Forcible Entry? Forcible entry is a technique used to gain access to a structure whose normal means of access is locked, blocked, or nonexistent. TRY BEFORE YOU PRY!!!

  5. IMPORTANCE of FORCIBLE ENTRY • Rescue • Escape • Fire • Preventing further property loss • Accessing areas critical to outcome

  6. FORCIBLE ENTRY TOOLS STRIKING TOOLS • Flat-head Axe • Sledgehammer • Battering Ram • Hammer • Duck-Billed LockBreaker

  7. FORCIBLE ENTRY TOOLS PRYING TOOLS • Halligan Bar • A-Tool • Pry Bar

  8. FORCIBLE ENTRY TOOLS HYDRAULIC TOOLS • Rabbit Tool • Port-A-Power • Powered Tools (Hurst,Amkus,Etc.)

  9. FORCIBLE ENTRY TOOLS LOCK PULLING TOOLS • K-Tool • A-Tool • Pipe Wrench

  10. FORCIBLE ENTRY TOOLS CUTTING TOOLS • Chisels and Punches • Power Saws • Circle Saws • Reciprocating Saws • Chain Saws • Vent Saws • Hand Saws (Wood & Metal) • Bolt Cutters • Torches/ Plasma Cutter/ Slice pack • Axes and Hatchets • Pneumatic Tools

  11. FORCIBLE ENTRY TOOLS MOST COMMONLY USED Irons (Flat-Head & Halligan Bar together) • K-Tool • Rabbit Tool • Bolt Cutters

  12. DOOR CONSTRUCTION WOOD • Solid • Hollow Core • Batten or Ledge • Panel

  13. DOOR CONSTRUCTION

  14. DOOR CONSTRUCTION

  15. DOOR CONSTRUCTION Metal • Metal covered • Tubular

  16. DOOR CONSTRUCTION

  17. DOOR CONSTRUCTION Glass Door • 3/4” Tempered glass Glass types found in doors • Plate Glass • Safety Glass • Laminated Glass

  18. PLATE GLASS

  19. SAFETY GLASS

  20. LAMINATED GLASS

  21. DOOR TYPES • Swinging • Sliding • Revolving

  22. DOOR TYPES

  23. DOOR TYPES • Overhead • Fire Doors

  24. DOOR TYPES Steel roll-up doors

  25. DOOR LOCKS

  26. DOOR LOCKS • Bored (Cylindrical) • Dead-bolt (Straight or Pivoting) • Mortise • Rim • Padlock

  27. DOOR LOCKS A cylinder style deadbolt This lock arrangement is commonly found in apartment buildings A “key-in-the-knob style lock

  28. DOOR LOCKS

  29. WINDOW TYPES • Solid Non-Opening • Double-Hung • Casement • Jalousie and Awning • Projected

  30. DOOR and WINDOW OBSTACLES • Wire Glass Windows • Plexiglas • Lexan or Thermoplastic windows • Bared Windows • Bared Doors

  31. DOOR and WINDOW OBSTACLES

  32. REVIEW • Importance of forcible entry • Forcible entry tools • Door Construction • Door Types • Door Locks • Window construction • Window Types • Door/Window Obstacles