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Incident management training for an Asian police unit
Jake Hernandez

Incident management training for an Asian police unit

We delivered improvised explosive device (IED) specific incident management training for the law enforcement branch of a major south east Asian nation to help mitigate a domestic terror threat. The training included how to approach and operate around improvised explosive devices, command and control, crowd management and intelligence assessment and support. We also advised on tools and technologies that would be required to effectively deal with such incidents at the strategic and tactical levels, improving the capabilities of these units in the long term.

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National crime reduction strategy in the UK
Jake Hernandez

National crime reduction strategy in the UK

We worked with one of the UK’s largest phone retailers to come up with a strategy to reduce a particular strain of violent crime against their stores. We carried out individual site security reviews, interviews of key staff, engagement with police forces, and extensive analysis of data recorded and provided by the organisation itself. We then utilised this to develop a new strategy covering intelligence, physical protection, covert methods, incident response and training to stem the tide of losses resulting from this specific kind of criminal offence. The strategy was subsequently endorsed by the Group Security Director and implemented nationwide.

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Satellite imagery analysis for insurance
Jake Hernandez

Satellite imagery analysis for insurance

We supported one of the world’s largest insurance brokers to help them respond to a direct attack on a client by a party to the Libyan Civil War, tasking, receiving and analysing sensitive satellite imagery to assess damage and come up with analysis on how the attack took place (including a specific indirect fire attack location) within 48 hours. This analysis was then provided to insurance markets to help the client structure a response to the significant damage to their asset.

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Global asset tracing for private equity
Simon Davison

Global asset tracing for private equity

We were engaged by a large family private equity fund to carry out an intelligence-led assessment of the assets, as well as their locations, status and value, belonging to another entity with which they were in dispute. Our team identified hundreds of millions of dollars worth of assets which could be used to support ongoing legal proceedings in multiple jurisdictions. The team utilised open source intelligence analysis, closed source databases and covert methods to create a detailed schedule of assets and how these were interconnected across over 15 countries.

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Training for a Gulf police force
Jake Hernandez

Training for a Gulf police force

Our teams delivered training to an Arabian Gulf police force, covering around 5,000 recruits, covering community policing, unarmed close combat, and other tactical skills to support the organisation’s modernisation programme and to help the state deal with a changing threat environment around crime, terrorism and trafficking. The training was delivered by qualified instructors from the United States and United Kingdom and was aligned to international standards such as the Voluntary Principles on Security and Human Rights (VPSHR).

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