Terms in this set (17)
Two things to always remember when considering forcible entry
Never force entry without orders to do so and try before you pry
All types of door latches, locks and locking devices
3 basic types of locks
cylindrical, mortise and rim
Mounted into a cavity in the door edge.
Two connected holes at right angles, with edge hole having the latch/bolt system
Two types of cylindrical locks
Key-in-knob and tubular dead bolt
Mounted on interior door surface, used as a supplemental lock system
Types of forcible entry tools
Cutting, Prying, pushing/Pulling and Striking
What should be present with any tool that causes sparks?
Wedge-shaped blade attached at right angles to the handle of the tool
Flat head axe and halligan
Gyroscopic or Torsion effect
Twisting while using rotary saw
Chromium or another metal applied by an electroplating process
Hydraulic spreading tool that is specially designed to open doors that swing inward.
A tool used to remove lock cylinders from structural doors so the locking mechanism can be unlocked.
Prying tool with a sharp edges in an A shaped notch
Rigid, heavy gauge wire designed to fit through the space between double-swinging doors with panic hardware