Twickelerveld Intelligence and Investigations (formerly Lowlands Solutions Netherlands) is pleased to announce that the Counterterrorism (CT) and Applied Intelligence Course has been programmed again from 16-18 May 2018 (7th Edition) and from 5-7 December 2018 (8th Edition).
The March, December (2015), June, December (2016), April and December 2017 courses received registrations from Angola, Belgium, Bonaire, Canada, Czech Republic, Denmark, France, Germany, Ghana, Estonia, Japan, Kenya, Kosovo, Malta Namibia, the Netherlands, Norway, the Philippines, Portugal, Qatar, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Sweden, Switzerland, Trinidad and Tobago, Ukraine, the United Arabic Emirates, the United Kingdom and the United States.
For April 2017 we received registrations from the United Arabic Emirates (UAE) Government, the University of Malta, from an Independent Consultant from Belgium, the Government of the United Kingdom, The Financial Intelligence Centre in Accra (Ghana), the Belgian National Bank, the Intelligence Research Group of the University of Barcelona (GRIUB), the Coordination Unit Threat Analysis (CUTA) from the Belgian Federal Police (FEDPOL), the Antwerp Police Department (Belgium), the German Bundesministerium des Innern (BMI), the Swedish National Police, the Kenyan National Intelligence Service (NIS), the Swedish Security Service, the Namibia Central Intelligence Service (NCIS), Securitas Security Services (UK), the Department of Economic Protection of the Ukrainian National Police and an independent consultant from Turkey.
For December 2017 we received registrations from an Independent Researcher from the United Kingdom, the Counter Terrorism Extremism and Radicalisation (CTER) department of the Royal Dutch Military Police, from the Bavak Security Group (Netherlands), from an Independent Spanish Intelligence Consultant from Madrid, from the Embassy of Angola in Portugal, from Partners in Health in Monrovia (Liberia), from Sunborah Security Company (Nigeria), from a French CPO from Praesul LTD (UK), from the Embassy of South Sudan in Kenya, from the United Nations interim Mission In Kosovo (UNMIK), from Covéa Insurance (UK), from the Legal and Theft Protection Bureau from i-Link Africa in Ghana, from the Police and Border Guard Board Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU) in Estonia, from the Embassy of the Ukraine in the Netherlands, from the Tunisian Ministry of Interior, from Sahan Research Ltd (Kenya), Preventive Diplomacy (France), OSCE Mission in Kosovo, the Counter Terrorism Directorate of the Kosovo Police, Securitas Belgium, the Geneva Center for Security Policy (GCSP), Trapital (Netherlands), Swissallsecurity (Switzerland) and the Namibia Central Intelligence Service (NCIS).
For the May 2018 course we received a registration from the Ghana Military Police, from a representative from Congo-Kinshasa from the International Criminal Court (ICC), from the African Union (AU) Operation in Darfur (Kigali, Rwanda), the Dutch Ministry of Infrastructure and the Environment, from the Caymans Islands National Police Force, from NOBOT (Belgium), from the National Defense Security Think Tank (Iran), from FEDPOL (Switzerland) and from the Danish National Police.