• Operational programmes which are practical and effective in addressing procedures that can scale for emergencies and crisis events;
  • Educational and audit evaluation of security at aviation and maritime jurisdiction, to ensure protective management and quality assurance measures are in place; and

  • Collaborative operational activity with international policy to address serious transnational crime.
Security Practices

A community based security practice requires the coupling of the principles of Port Security Management Systems (PSeMS) and evidence based methodology and approach that supports security resilience. Today’s public transportation, mass-public, and critical infrastructure environments are potentially the most vulnerable to acts of terrorism, and transnational crime. As such they need to be among the most forward-thinking and proactive to enable effective threat mitigation based on the range of continual threats. Security and policing approaches for the protection of these environments is paramount. There is a public expectation of being safe and secure in such environments.

The INTERPORTPOLICE has brings together the requirements to effectively address authority security and law enforcement procedures from the perspective prevention, protection and preparedness. We offer authorities:

  • A comprehensive security best practise guide with a self GAP analysis

  • Onsite vulnerability review, security audit evaluations, and training to address operational tactics and security practises (see below)

Security Train the Trainer Education

Training and exercises provide both the individual and organizations with benefits that make their cost and time a worthwhile investment. Security training must go beyond police and security personnel to include those in the environment, tenants, and other operational staff. Training should include preventative procedures and wide-ranging methods to ensure that exercise scenarios address terrorism and criminal activities.

Key benefits of investing in training are not limited to; improved employee performance, improved employee satisfaction and morale, ability to address weaknesses, increased productivity and adherence to quality standards, increased engagement in new strategies and products, reduced employee turnover, and enhanced company reputation and profile. The importance of training your employees cannot be overemphasised.

Communication and Collaboration

Effective communication is crucial to any organization. The use of communication using a range of technologies, protocols and techniques can be extremely powerful in providing secure messaging capability across the entire community of personnel, tenants, partners, vendors, clients, and the public. Using technologies such as audio, audio group calling, One-to-One calling, and screen sharing can extend mobile messaging and communication's immediacy and contextual benefits.

All communication technologies come with advantages and disadvantages. We have investigated a variety of technologies and technology solutions. We have seen communication technology fail for several reasons in crises and during catastrophic events. Failures in communication can become the Achilles heel in a crisis.  Communication and collaboration solutions must provide operational use that is just as effective as an incident may grow or be called for.

Policy and Programmes

Out of site from everyday policing and security, networks of government and security projects strive to find solutions or build and provide policy and guidelines that support and affect the day-to-day work of local, national and international requirements for public safety, critical infrasture and the supply chain. The INTERPORTPOLICE provides ongoing leadership roles and maintains long-term working relations with United Nations agencies, US DHS FEMA, and the European Union, as well as other in these efforts.

Recent examples include wildlife trafficking (UN/IMO), climate change affecting police and security requirements (DHS/FEMA), and effective security technology solutions (EU).