Understanding the past assists in planning for the future.
Multiple Training Formats
Training has been a core aspect of what we do. Our focuses range from the what-ifs to what has happened. Leading practises are developed around incident management to evidenced-based awareness programmes. From the Americas to the Middle East our instructors bring methods and tactics designed to enhance public safety standards and evidence basedpractises.
Current Participation: “Facilitators for the Djibouti Code information sharing workshop hosted by the Saudi Border Guard included (from l to r) United Kingdom Joint Maritime Security Centre; European Union CRIMARIO II Project; UNODC Maritime Crime Programme; IMO Djibouti Code of Conduct Project; INTERPORTPOLICE; Allen Institute for Artificial Intelligence, and IMO Marine Environment Division. The United States Coast Guard, Information Fusion Centre – Indian Ocean Region (IFC-IOR), and INTERPOL Maritime Security Unit (not pictured) added great value through remote presentations”.
We're on a mission to change the way security is approached. Community based security is not just walking and patrolling. Awareness comes from policing tactics and working with security and the community within the security zone.
Being ready is a four-part method of thinking, the 4 Ps, Prevent, Protect, Prepare, and Pursue. Each has its requirements, and it starts with preventative measures designed to be cost effective it works to ensure a safe environment but is ready for emergencies to crisis management.
Our focus is our authorities. We work with them to provide training for effective protective security within their respective jurisdiction; this can range from a port to a country. In addition, we bring authorities together to learn from tactics or incident reviews based on actual methods and events.
On site tactics learning
Working in the classroom is a great way to get the basics, and better understand the pieces of operational security. Our sites are higher and bring command officers to the field working with our authority jurisdiction so others can see successful and well-managed practises.
On site classroom
Knowledge comes from experience and needs to be brought those who are securing the jurisdiction, from the officers to the chiefs. This can include community environment awareness tactics to security management systems.
Virtual roundtables and tabletop learning
Our staff often holds and participates at various international conferences from speaking on specific topics to managing a roundtable exercise or facilitating security programmes.
Our efforts are to inform others of the work being done every day at ports and border authorities around the world. In addition, offering ideas, solutions, and networking.
From a roundtable to a full symposium, we work to bring relevant information to the forefront of our police and public safety authorities.
Being ready is a four-part method of thinking, the 4 Ps: Prevent, Protect, Prepare, and Pursue. Each has its requirements, and it starts with preventative measures designed to be cost-effective. It ensures a safe environment but is ready for emergencies and crisis management.
From best practices, technology and what others are doing are key aspects of sharing for a safer world.