Counter Terrorism, Intelligence Strategies and Tactics
Certificate of Completion
Terrorism has gone from a persistent yet marginal security concern to one of the most important security problems of our day. There are few countries that do not suffer from some form of terrorism. Though many attempts at terrorism fail, some groups wage lengthy and bloody campaigns and, in exceptional cases, kill hundreds or even thousands in pursuit of their ends.
The Counter-Terrorism is a platform for transferring the knowledge and expertise needed to strengthen the capacity of National Criminal Justice Officials Border Officials, Personnel of Security and Intelligence Agencies to implement the universal legal framework against terrorism. The Program integrates training materials on related topics, such as money laundering and organized crime, and border related issues and the international legal framework against terrorism, the sessions are designed to familiarize participants with the requirements and implementation of a wide variety of legal instruments so that they can engage in more effective Counter-Terrorism as well interorganizational cooperation. Furthermore, our expert facilitators will expand upon the border management issues, organized crimes and counter-terrorism and historical dynamics that led the universal legal framework to evolve into its current form thus allowing participants to better understand the particular legal aspects of terrorism-related offences.
The modules can be adapted to suit the needs, expertise and expectations of specific groups. This tailor-made approach will necessarily result in emphasis being placed on certain sections of each module.
Canadian Imperial College presents Law Enforcement Training Program: Counter-Terrorism, Intelligence Strategies and Tactics program. This intensive 5–10-day industry training program involves multi-level analyses of organized crime as a concept, alongside the impacts of urbanization, migration, and globalization upon both the practice of crime and the ways in which we understand them.
This program integrates training materials on related topics, such as money laundering and organized crime, and Border related issues and the international legal framework against terrorism, the sessions are designed to familiarize participants with the requirements and implementation of a wide variety of legal instruments so that they can engage in more effective Counter-Terrorism as well inter-organizational cooperation.
|Course Length||5-10 Days|
|Credential||Certificate of Completion|
|Instruction Options||On-Site, Full-time|
- International Government Delegates
- Transnational Officials
- Civil Defense/ Army Officials
- Cyber Crime Officials
- Immigration and Border Officials
- Intelligence Agencies
- Judicial Agencies
Upon completion of this program, participants will have an understanding in:
- Counterterrorism and International Law,
- The Universal Legal Framework Against Terrorism,
- International Cooperation in Criminal Matters: Mutual Legal Assistance and Extradition in Terrorist Cases Counter-Terrorism and Human Rights,
- Financing of Terrorism,
- Counterterrorism and Criminal Justice Proceedings,
- Use Of Internet for Terrorist Purposes,
- Investigative/Forensic and Analytical Approaches,
- Interagency Cooperation, Criminal Investigation, and Investigative Interview,
- Global Best Practices in Border Management,
- Law Enforcement Techniques and Interagency Collaborations,
- Investigative And Surveillance Techniques: Physical and Digital Approaches,
- Aviation-Related Terrorism,
- Maritime Terrorism,
- Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear Terrorism.
Highlights of this program include:
- Concept of security.
- Terminology used in security studies.
- Threats to security.
- How conflict has changed.
- Drivers of conflict.
- Conflict and global politics.
- Characteristics of political violence.
- Characteristics of terrorism.
- Responses to terrorism.
- Theories of radicalization.
- Counterterrorism theories and models.
- Ethics and Human Rights.
- Critical debates in counterterrorism.
- PVE and disengagement.
- Evaluating impact and effectiveness.
- Prevention and deterrence.
- Risk assessment and management.
- Risk mitigation.