Counterterrorism (CT) and Applied Intelligence Course

This three day (24 hour) "hands-on” program will provide the attendee with a comprehensive overview of the phenomenon of terrorism, basic counterterrorism techniques and the fundamental difference between information and (applied) intelligence in which focus will be given to Financial Intelligence (dr. Nicholas Ridley), Cyber Security & Cyber Intelligence and Intelligence Analysis (IA).

Who Should Attend?

Law Enforcement Personnel, (Military) Intelligence Officers, Security Officers, General Police Officers, Police Officers assigned to Anti-Terrorism activities, Intelligence Analysts, Financial Intelligence Officers, Academics, Security Managers, Protective Service Agents, Investigators, Threat Assessment Professionals and Corporate Managers and or CEOs.

Registrations

The previous courses in 2015-2017 received registrations from Angola, Belgium, Bonaire, Canada, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, France, Germany, Ghana, Japan, Kenya, Kosovo, Malta, Namibia, the Netherlands, Norway, the Philippines, Portugal, Qatar, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Sweden, Switzerland, Trinidad and Tobago, Ukraine, the United Kingdom and the United States.

For December 2017 we received registrations from an Independent Researcher from the United Kingdom, from 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), the Namibian Central Intelligence Service (NCIS), the Fiji Police Department, Lusolabs (Portugal) and the International Center for Diplomatic Cooperation (Ukraine). For the May 2018 course we received a registration from the Ghana Military Police, from a representative from Congo-Kinshasa working for the International Criminal Court (ICC, the Hague), from a member from the African Union (AU) Operation in Darfur from Kigali (Rwanda), the Dutch Ministry of Infrastructure and the Environment, from the Royal Cayman Islands Police Department and from NOBOT (Belgium).

Course Fee: May 2018 (1019 EUR ex VAT); December 2018 (1099 EUR ex VAT) Catered lunches, coffee, tea and morning and afternoon snacks are included throughout the three days.

After online registration (via this website) you will receive an invoice by Twickelerveld Intelligence and Investigations.

Payment within 30 days will be regarded as the official confirmation of your course seat(s).

Accomodation: The 4* Park Hotel in The Hague offers a reduced room price of 99 EUR per person per night (breakfast included), based on availibility.

Transport, location and accomodation information can be found in this PDF document.