Campbell, Richard
National Counter-IED Capabilities Analysis Database
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Looking for a free tool that you can use to assess the capabilities of your agencyís tactical team? The DHS Office for Bombing Prevention (OBP) will provide an overview of their online capability assessment tool that is a component of the National Counter-Improvised Explosive Device Capabilities Analysis Database (NCCAD) that provides capabilities analysis of bomb squads, explosives detection canine teams, dive teams, and Special Weapons and Tactics Teams throughout the United States. The NCCAD methodology measures readiness, equipment, training, and assets required for effective planning, prevention, and response to improvised explosive device (IED) and active assailant threats. It also identifies gaps in a unitís readiness and makes recommendations for filling those gaps. This analysis of your unitís capabilities is provided back to you in report format that can be used to brief decision-makers in your agency about potential shortfalls, resource allocation and capability enhancements.

Richard Campbell - Bio
Richard Campbell is a subject matter expert with R3 Strategic Support Group Inc. (R3) serving the Department of Homeland Security, Office for Bombing Prevention as the Team Lead for the National Counter-IED Capabilities Analysis Database (NCCAD). He holds a Bachelorís Degree in Law Enforcement Intelligence from the American Military University and retired with over 30 years of experience in law enforcement and explosive ordnance disposal. Prior to working for R3, Campbell served in the U.S. Navy as an Explosive Ordnance Disposal Technician and most recently with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives as an Explosives Enforcement Officer (EEO). During his 20 plus years with ATF, he was a member of the National Response Team, team commander of the Underwater Explosives Recovery Dive Team and a Master Breacher and Tactical Bomb Technician on the Special Response Team. During his career with the Navy and ATF, he participated in thousands of explosives related cases and has provided operational support both domestically and internationally. Campbell currently serves on the board of the National Capital Region SWAT Association.