Counterterrorism (CT) and Applied Intelligence Course

The Hague
Netherlands
NL
26 Apr 2017 to 28 Apr 2017

Counterterrorism (CT) and Applied Intelligence Course (The Hague, April 2017)

26-28 April 2017 Lowlands Solutions Netherlands (LSN) will be presenting a three-day, 24 hours, course on Counterterrorism (CT) and Applied Intelligence at the Park Hotel in The Hague, Netherlands.

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 March and December courses (2015) and the June and December (2016) course received registrations from Angola, Belgium, Canada, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, France, Germany, Japan, Kenya, Malta, the Netherlands, Norway, the Philippines, Qatar, Serbia, Slovakia, Sweden, Switzerland, Trinidad and Tobago, Ukraine, the United Kingdom and the United States. 

Tuition Fee
Tuition fee: 959 euros (ex VAT), course enrolment via lsn.info@mail.com. For additional inquiry: lsn.tolivier@mail.com

If you want to register for this course please contact us via lsn.info@mail.com and make use of the first five 'early bird' seats with discount.

Student Comments
"Excellent course and thoroughly recommended. It allowed me an opportunity to consider a wealth of information to provide greater thought and clarity around terrorism, the impact, and investigative opportunities. All those involved in the delivery had extensive experience, information and knowledge gained through years of practical and academic studies, delivered in a way that made sense. I would fully recommend attending this course. The greatest opportunities to gain further insight was through the discussion and dialogue to extract even more information from the presenters."
Tony Blockley, Derby University, International Policing and Justice Institute, UK, March 2015.

"I especially liked the broad, overall handling of Terrorism; lectures included both Financial and Cyber Security matters. Personally I always like to hear real case studies from real practices. There were some during the course and very interesting ones. Overall assessment is, it was a good course."
Tanel Tiks, Police and Border Guard College, Estonia, March 2015.

"The course was for me a chance to break with the theoretical frameworks and be initiated to the logics of the field. I took away from this course, not only pure knowledge, but also awareness of the need to change my way of thinking. Cyber Security and Financial Intelligence, for their parts, were an amazing discovery, especially since it was made quite accessible by the speakers. Therefore I found the whole course very much challenging and interesting and it helped me to broaden my professional horizons."
Fanny Trenteseaux, Chaire InBev-Baillet Latour, Belgium, March 2015.

"A great course. It enhanced my knowledge and understanding of the concept and application of Counterterrorism as well as the use of Financial Intelligence and Cyber Security in fighting Terrorism."
Anders Sandberg, International Criminal Court for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY), Netherlands, March 2015.

"During the Counterterrorism (CT) and Applied Intelligence Course I had the opportunity to learn from an experienced professional who could bring knowledge and experience to the table. It is a must do for professionals in the Security and Counterterrorism business."
Ivan Roos, BrookRose, Netherlands, March 2015.

"I enjoyed the dedicated lessons and was very satisfied with the material. I furthermore enjoyed the variety of three completely different types of presenters."
Henrik Schou, Danish National Police, Denmark, March 2015.

"Insightful and thought provoking. Highly skilled and experienced professionals sharing their knowledge in a 'what works' manner."
Jonathan Sherriff, European Union (EU) Special Investigative Task Force (SITF), Belgium, December 2015.

"The course was very interesting. I've learned a lot and will be able to take a lot back to work. Would gladly attend similar trainings in the future."
Christine Vigneron, Eurojust, Netherlands, December 2015.

"This course is a good start into intelligence. It gives a useful overview for participants in the field of Counterterrorism (CT) and linked phenomenons. It helps to understand the necessity of cooperation and exchange of information. Fresh and at all time interesting presentations. Keep it like it is."
Manfred Pennartz, State Criminal Police North-Rhine Westphalia (Landeskriminalamt), Germany, December 2015.

"Very good content and great presentations. Great participation from everyone."
Senior Intelligence Officer, Ministry of the Interior, Qatar, December 2015.

"No matter what level you're on, you will get lots of important and useful information from this course. Presentations, methods and examples are relevant for the time period and the problems we are facing. Great presentations with animations, films and information in relevant context. Including one of the best Cyber Security presentations I have ever seen."
Intelligence Officer, Swedish National Police, Sweden, December 2015.

"Very good course!"
Augusto Carvalho, INTERPOL, France, December 2015.

"Very good. I liked this course a lot."
Senior Investigator, Police and Border Guard Board, Cybercrime and Digital Evidence Division, Estonia, December 2015.

"The course provides a good overview of intelligence threats, requirements and patterns in todays Counterterrorism (CT) world. The presenters are well informed, full of character and very engaging. The organisation and welcome has been superb and the networking effect is really valuable."
Senior Officer, National Crime Agency (NCA), UK, December 2015.

"The course was very well organised, informative, and supported by abundant materials, which helped me to develop my knowledge and understanding on the subject matter. It was a great opportunity for meeting people from different fields working on this subject matter. Fascinating presentations providing excellent insights into different aspects of terrorist financing. Thoroughly enjoyed the presentations."
Kanae Kanki, Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW), Netherlands, December 2015.

"The course was organized on a very high level and the presentations gave me a lot of information on Counterterrorism (CT) and Applied Intelligence. Very good, very clear and the content was very interesting."
Adam Benc, Nuclear Regulatory Authority of the Slovak Republic, Slovakia, December 2015.

"An interesting and diverse overview on terrorist operations and intelligence, with the added opportunity to meet different law enforcement personnel from various jurisdictions. "
Ruth Gauci, Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU), Malta, Malta, December 2015.

"Dynamic and interesting presentations, committed and enthusiastic. Presenting indicators connected to actual cases. Overall a well organised course with very nice downloadable material."
Henrik Mansson, Swedish Prison and Probation Services, Security Division, Sweden, December 2015.

"Good course overall, easy to understand, content interesting and principles are relevant. Venue, setup of room and location were all very good."
Senior Officer, National Crime Agency (NCA), UK, December 2015.

"Very good, especially very good and convincing presentations."
Bernd Günther, State Criminal Police North-Rhine Westphalia (Landeskriminalamt), Germany, December 2015.

"Overall a good course, communicated well, clearly presented and easy to understand."
Marc Simms, Freelance writer and PhD-candidate, UK, December 2015.

"The Course was well organized, very interesting and provided me with a great deal of information in regards to security and intelligence. I really recommend this course to students in security studies, as it helped me significantly on my Master´s thesis. Amazing slides, interesting stories and I appreciated the use of maps."
Sivan Ghasem, American Graduate School of Paris, France, June 2016.

"A very informative, introductory level course, designed to improve the awareness and understanding of key topics in Counterterrorism (CT) and the intelligence process. Clear delivery with good use of current 'unclass' examples. Good introduction to the dark web and current state sponsored (cyber) threats. Excellent grasp of the topics, good progression through concepts by using nodal mapping elements "
Frédéric Maurette, Director Critical Infrastructure Resilience, Paladin Security Group, Canada, June 2016.

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