National governments and the military and security forces they employ are navigating an international system in flux, where ever-changing threats and complexities make identifying a national security strategy which complies with international law and human rights standards a signicant challenge.
This ‘age of instability’ requires new skills, security sector reform, a deep understanding of national threats and the ability to embrace new technologies — and all within squeezed national budgets.
Our background in some of the world’s most respected security services, including police and special forces, means we prioritise not just the delivery of high quality training, but training which is based on a comprehensive understanding of the national threats which keep government officials awake at night.
Our training infrastructure – and the time and resources we invest into it to deliver high quality courses and capacity development for government clients – we also make available for other types of training and mentoring. We regularly use this after implementing a security strategy for a client, developing the capacity to deliver this strategy by focusing on skills such as threat analysis, risk assessment and reporting, and incident and crisis management.
From managing sporting events, to preventing ivory-hunters and upskilling entire police forces, whatever capacity you need to build, we have the capacity to build it.
The NGO“I want to safeguard my employees in the complex and dangerous locations in which our work is most needed”
The Government Minister“I want to improve the capacity and capabilities of our national security forces”
The Entrepreneur“I want to know more about specific countries, regions and markets as I look to expand my business safely”
The COO“I want our multinational to be ready for a major crisis so we know how to effectively respond”
The Investor“I want to respond to suspected criminal activity in a powerful but not public way”