sUAS Counter-Drone Measures

Learn how to safely and lawfully use these life-saving strategies for counter-drone operations

Course Summary

DHS/FEMA has determined that threats from unmanned aircraft systems is a national priority and should be addressed by allocating specific percentages of SHSP and UASI funds. These low-cost, high-tech, and easily weaponized aerial vehicles can cause terror just about anywhere. This 2-day course provides students with the latest technology and tactics to prevent and respond to a drone attack. Students will be able to:

  • Explain the legal issues governing law enforcement conduct and investigations
  • Describe how to obtain legislation for enforceable drone laws
  • Conduct effective investigations on criminal drone activity
  • Use counter-drone measures that include emerging technology for detection
  • Use counter-drone measures that include emerging technology for interdiction
  • Describe drone weaponizing techniques
  • Identify potential drone threats


Course Information

Part Number: CDM-22
Course Length:
2 days (16 hours)

Max Class Size: 20 students
Prerequisites: None
Technical Level: Beginner / Intermediate / Advanced sUAS Operators
Student Requirements: None
Recommended For: UAS Operators, Supervisors, and Tactical/Security Operation Teams
Notes: None

Course Presentation Requirements

  • Classroom large enough to accommodate three groups of five students per table (recommended 6’ round tables)
  • One six-foot standard rectangle banquet-style table with three chairs for instructors (located in the back of the room)
  • One six-foot standard rectangle banquet-style table (located in the front of the classroom)
  • Internet Access
  • Podium (If available, not required)
  • Audio, projector & screen or equivalent flatscreen TV system for presentations
  • Securable room for equipment storage and charging 250-350 square feet (must have access to power)
  • Airspace permissible to fly with a minimum 200-foot ceiling
  • Outdoor flying area
  • All COVID-19 protocols, testing, cleaning, and supplies are the responsibility of the host agency

Course Scheduling

Khepra IncLACRTC, America’s leading Unmanned Aircraft Systems training innovator and largest certified California public safety trainer, is pleased to announce that they have partnered with Khepra Inc. to present their training courses through the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) Federal Supply Schedule under Contract Number 47QTCA1800KZ. LACRTC courses can be found in Special Item Numbers 611512 (flight training).

To schedule training:
John Laskowski
Khepra Inc.
(805) 914-5800

Mailing Address:
17595 Mt Herrmann St.
Fountain Valley CA 92708

office: (888) 782-4969



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