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Research Electronics International (REI) TSCM courses are designed to teach the basic procedural concepts of conducting a countersurveillance investigation.
All Instruction is hands-on utilizing state-of-the-art TSCM equipment.
All courses are designed to be hands-on, using state of the art TSCM equipment. Training classes are normally held at our facility in Tennessee, but on-site training is also available for customers who cannot travel to Tennessee. The courses currently offered provide training on REI equipment as well as general sweep procedures. The TSE 101 course is a three-day training course that is offered on demand, which focues on REI equipment such as the ORION and OSCOR. The TSCM 201 course is five-day training session which focuses on procedures and techniques to conduct a thorough technical investigaion.  
  • Basic facility concerns
  • Acoustic / microphone threats
  • RF and microwave threats
  • Laser threats
  • Infrared threats
  • Carrier current threats
  • Physical search procedures
  • Electronic searchprocedures
  • Use of detection equipment
  • Legal issues and concerns
  • And many other technical security topics.


Classes at REI facility in Tennessee are held in our unique training room. This classroom has two project walls that allow trainers to simulate a suspect  environment. Students use these walls to exercise their knowledge of the detection equipment.
The REI training room contains many examples of suspect surveillance devices which are used for training exercises. Some of these suspect electronic devices include examples of RF transmitters with analog and digital modulation techniques, hidden surveillance cameras, tapped telephone and LAN lines, Infrared devices, Carrier current devices. The training facility also includes a high-end signal generator to simulate various types of modulation techniques.
REI has two full-time, highly qualified instructors with a  total of more than 32 years experience in the surveillance field as Counterintelligence Special Agents for the US Army. Please take a look at the instructor Biographies and some of the classroom Photos.
TSE-101 Technical Security Equipment Course

This three (3) day training course focuses on the equipment developed and produced by REI. It is designed to introduce and familiarize the technical security specialist with the various Countersurveillance products and their basic sweep procedures.

Course Topics:

  • Basic Technical Investigations, covering the procedural concepts for integrating technical security with existing facility security
  • Threat Overview of commercially available devices
  • Basic Tool Kit, requirements and fundamental usage
  • CPM-700
  • ORION, NJE-4000
  • OSCOR OSC-5000
  • OSCOR PC Interface software OPC-5000.
  • Microwave Down Converter
  • MDC-2100
TSCM-201 Technical Security Countermeasures Course
Pre-requisite: TSE 101

This five (5) day training course focuses on the basic procedural concepts of conducting a TSCM investigation. It is designed to enhance the skills of the basic and intermediate technician by providing insight to various technical search environments. This course provides technicians a variety of search exercises to simulate various environments and technical attacks.

Course Topics:

  • History of Technical Security
  • Indicators of Intellectual Property Loss
  • Reactionary Technical Security Inspections
  • Proactive Technical Security Evaluations
  • Technical Security's Role in Overall Facility Security
  • Acoustical and Microphone Threats
  • Telephone and Hardwire Threats
  • Radio Frequency and Microwave Threats
  • Carrier Current Threats
  • Infrared Threats
  • LASER Threats
  • Physical Search Procedures
  • Non-Linear Junction Detector
  • Electronic Search Procedures
  • Methods of signal modulation and Analysis
  • BroadBand Field Strength Meters
  • Spectrum Analyzers
  • Basic Telephone Testing Techniques
  • Technical Evaluation Procedures
  • Legal issues and concerns
  • Search exercises to strengthen the utilization of detection technologies.


BCF-101 Basic Computer Forensics Course
Computer Forensics techniques are used in the retrieval and analysis of data on digital storage devices.   

These techniques reveal important information that could otherwise be missed by normal investigation techniques. The need for Computer Forensics is expanding for crimes such as trade secret theft, embezzlement, insider trading, as well as investigation of Government information, pedophile crimes, homicide or drug indictments.   

In this course, instruction is provided on the procedures used to correctly conduct Computer Forensics and the types of utilities and software that can be used.