UNICRI: Final review meeting of the Prosecutor’s guide to radiological and nuclear crimes

The threat of acquiring, producing and disseminating radiological and nuclear hazardous materials for deliberate use has substantially increased over the past ten years. The lack of experience and awareness among law enforcement and judicial authorities, as well as prosecutorial and Read More …

Libya: Interior Ministry conducts training course in crime scene management

The Interior Ministry says it has concluded a training course in crime scene management at explosion accident sites and first aid. The Ministry said the course aims to prepare Libyan professional trainers in the field of crime scene management. Read Read More …

ATMIS police officers sharpen skills on explosive hazard movements in Somalia

The African Union Transition Mission in Somalia (ATMIS) said Monday its police officers have successfully wrapped up an explosive hazard and awareness training course in Baidoa, southwest Somalia, to ensure the safety and security of the people. The ATMIS said Read More …

Singapore: A look at SAF’s selection process, training for its bomb disposal experts

When the Singapore Armed Forces (SAF) was alerted to a World War II aerial bomb last month, the experts sent to assess the situation had never been involved in such a disposal. But the team of first-timers, comprising regular servicemen Read More …

Military divers from Vancouver Island to conduct mine clearance training in South Korea

A team of highly specialized divers from CFB Esquimalt is travelling to South Korea for a training mission. The clearance divers with Fleet Diving Unit Pacific find and dispose of underwater mines. “I don’t think a lot of people realize Read More …

IAEA Training Centre for Nuclear Security Opens Doors to Build Expertise in Countering Nuclear Terrorism

The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) opened today a unique nuclear security training centre, the first international facility of its type, to support the growing efforts to tackle global nuclear terrorism. IAEA Director General Rafael Mariano Grossi officially opened the Read More …

Cambodia: 14-nation ‘Pure Homeland’ mine drill concludes

Cambodia concluded the first international humanitarian mine action exercise themed “Pure Homeland 2023” conducted within the framework of the ASEAN Defence Ministers-Plus on Friday. The first-of-its-kind multinational exercise, that began on September 13 at the Multinational Peacekeeping Force Training School Read More …

Ukraine: Training to clear the world’s most heavily mined country

Specialist British military bomb disposal teams are training Ukrainian engineers to clear Russian minefields. Ukraine is now the most heavily mined country in the world, and it’s slowing down Ukrainian military advances. The training by British Army sappers – combat Read More …

Royal Solomon Islands Police Force EOD put training to the test in Nauru

Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) Constable Armstrong Regoso and Staff Sergeant Ansa Puaraua recently travelled to Nauru with the Australian Defence Force (ADF) on Operation Render Safe to conduct reconnaissance and survey reported explosive remnants of war. This was Read More …

United States Partners with the Ministry of Interior to Enhance Regional Preparedness for Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear Emergencies.

Nairobi, September 18, 2023 – The United States partnered with the Ministry of Interior and National Administration to enhance regional preparedness for chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear (CBRN) emergencies through a multi-country workshop on September 13 and 14 in Naivasha. Read More …