The Art of Turning Risk into Promise

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“The Art of Turning Risk into Promise ” - 17th June 2019 “

The Art of Turning Risk into Promise ” - 17th June 2019 Conference organisers

Meadow Court, Allerton,Bradford, England BD15 9JZ UK Company Number 10052533 Email: info@globalrisk.international; david.otto@globalrisk.international; ian@globalrisk.international website www.globalrisk.international Tel:+44 (0)7472 181995 OR +44 (0)7833 986641
Rev. Ian Gayland – IPC, CMAS Global Risk International, UK Managing Director
David Otto – MSc, CAS, CMAS Global Risk International, UK Director of Counter Terrorism and Organised Crime
Christopher Samuel – MA, BA, Pgd Global Risk International, UK Head of Intelligence and Strategic Coordinator
Nyema James – LLB, NALP Global Risk International, UK Head of Legal and Corporate Affairs

Dear Delegates,
May we welcome you to this confidential event and wish you a productive, knowledge sharing experience. One that is designed to highlight Daesh/ISIS/IS current dynamics in relation to the trend of foreign fighter returnees (FFRs) with links to Homegrown terrorist threats.
The hope is that this event will challenge your perception of the need to develop tailor made sustainable solutions that address both underlying causes and effects of this complex terrorist and organized crime connections.

Global Risk International (GRI) UK Ltd working in partnership with the Anti-Terrorism Accreditation Board (ATAB) have organized this conference/workshop in a proactive response to the global concerns raised by states and other stakeholders, on the threat posed by Daesh foreign fighters and their families to national and global peace and security.

Our active engagement across continents leads us to question the extent to which current policy makers understand the short- and long-term security impact of Daesh FFRs. They and their families are often held in makeshift prisons and IDP Camps in Syria and Iraq. These dynamics are so far neglected and underestimated, thus creating a high risk of future escalation.

Dear Delegates,

May we welcome you to this confidential event and wish you a productive, knowledge sharing experience. One that is designed to highlight Daesh/ISIS/IS current dynamics in relation to the trend of foreign fighter returnees (FFRs) with to Homegrown terrorist threats.

The hope is that this event will challenge your perception of the need to develop tailor made sustainable solutions that address both underlying causes and effects this complex terrorist and organized crime connections. Global Risk International (GRI) UK Ltd working in partnership with the Terrorism Accreditation Board (ATAB) have organized this conference/workshop a proactive response to the global concerns raised by states and other stakeholders, the threat posed by Daesh foreign fighters and their families to national and peace and security.
DAVID OTTO GLOBAL RISK INTERNATIONAL DIRECTOR CT/OC DAVID OTTO GLOBAL RISK INTERNATIONAL DIRECTOR CT/OC

Today’s program is the first step to a series of upcoming solution focused events that will be held in strategic locations.
These are aimed at increasing participants/practitioners and countries understanding of this peril. By so doing, to begin a process of assessing risk, design and develop sustainable solution frameworks to challenge the concerns posed by Daesh FFRs & families and their connection to homegrown terrorist groups/individuals.

The theme of today’s morning session is: “The Art of Turning Risk to Promise” - the danger of waiting for too long; captured in the question:
All our speakers and facilitators have been carefully selected for their expertise and hands on experience in their respective areas within Europe, Sub-Saharan Africa, MENA and Asia.
The workshops have been designed to provide context to our understanding of global jihadism and Daesh’s plan of action within specific context; and provide a spotlight on some practical, innovative and thought-provoking practices.
As a participant you will each receive a publication that encapsulates the main themes of the conference/workshops. The conference report will also set out in more detail, the road map being developed by GRI/ATAB for specific stakeholders as requested for delivery and implementation.
Finally, I would like to acknowledge the support of The University of East London, its staff and all our speakers and workshop leaders, but above all you the participants.
Thank you once again for joining us on this journey as we look forward to the next event which will be held in Nigeria within August and September 2019.

Sincerely,
David Otto - GRI Director of Counter Terrorism and Organized Crime.

Title: Strategic - Tactical & Operational Methods on addressing Daesh/ISIS Foreign Fighter Returnees (FFRs)/Families - Practitioners Closed Door Session on Turning Risk Into Promise:
Practitioners guide, tools & Methods for States & Local Authority Stakeholders.
Theme: The Art of Turning Risk to Promise - Without Delay!!!
Date Schedule: 17th (Conference) & 18th - 21st (Closed Workshop) June 2019
Language Proficiency: English (Others on request)
Course Classification: Unclassified for Participants - DD Checks Required.
Workshop Location: Highly Secured London -UK Location - Details ONLY provided via participant designated inbox maximum period of 3 days prior to workshop commencement date - venue subject to change in the event of a security review.
Concept Note:
A maximum five (5) Days conference/workshop to enable state front-line practitioners and other relevant stakeholders exchange good prac-tice, overcome challenges, gain practical skills, share knowledge and tools to investigate and identify specific FFRs threats to local, national and regional security. At the end of each session , participants will be equipped with the ability to appreciate the current and real threat of Daesh/ ISIS FFRs, design short, medium and long term practical local in-tervention frameworks, methodologies and tools to mitigate against existing/potential threats posed by Daesh linked FFRs , their families and any links to homegrown terrorist ability to impact local, National & Regional peace and stability. This practi-tioners exclusive but highly strategic and operational workshop is the first platform to practically explore real and ongoing Daesh/ISIS FFRs case studies and draft country by country counter strategies using a bottom- top intervention approach - using the Theme; The art of seeing promise over risk. Selected consortium of Experts will guide and engage participants through a thorough and clear step-by-step proactive prevention strategies; Counter extremism through alternative/counter narratives; intelligence building networks and planning; legal challenges/evidence gather-ing/analysis and dissemination techniques; monitoring the growth of right-wing extremism; designing and implementing technical and structural DDRR activities; human rights obligations and challenges;

Media (social) & strategic communication/coordination and cooperation. Practice based understanding of these steps will enable strategic to operational/grassroots local partic-ipants to effectively deal with home-based sleeper cells, loose and al-ready captured ISIS FFRs and their families held in various prisons and Internally Displaced Camps (IDPs) under the control of the US-led Anti-ISIS Coalition in NorthEastern Syria - Turkish/Iraq borders and other vulnerable countries/regions in Europe, Asia- MENA - Sahel and Lake Chad.
Background Summary: After nearly 5 years since ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi declared the Caliphate at Mosul’s Great Mosque and called himself ‘Caliph Ibrahim’ the Wahhabi-ideologically driven Jihadist group has lost control of its self proclaimed Caliphate after the fall of its last stronghold along the village of Baghouz in Deir al-Zor Province - North-Eastern Syria AKA ‘Isis tent City’. Thanks to the efforts by US -UK Western coalition backed by the Kurdish (SDF) ground forces, armed drones and target-ed airstrike.
Each sovereign state will have responsibility to repatriate/take back their radicalized, battle-hardened citizens from the makeshift SDF pris-ons in Syria. It is estimated that more than 2000 European and African FFRs have been taken into custody by the SDF and other Kurdish Mili-tias. This figure does not include Daesh FFRs still engaged in guerrilla operations against the various governing authorities in and outside Syr-ia and Iraq. It also does not include more than 700 ‘jihadist brides’ and 1,500 young children who travelled to the so-called Caliphate and are now living in squalid camps (Al Hol & Al Roi)for internally displaced per-sons (IDPs).
Nationals of more than 80 countries including UK , Somalia, Tunisia , Jordan, France , Sri-Lanka, Saudi Arabia, Indonesia, Russia, Sweden, Belgium, Nigeria, Cameroon, Niger, Libya , Senegal , Ghana , Congo DRC , Trinidad & Tobago, Burkina Faso , The Gambia ,

Kenya , Norway, Mali etc joined Daesh between 2014-15. Every ‘Exporting country’ is expected to plan ahead on what to do with their nationals who travelled to live in Daesh self-proclaimed Caliphate and those captured fighting for ISIS with their families (women and children ), some held in al-hawl/Hol Internally Displaced Camps (IDP) in Northern Syria border of Turkey and Iraq. Without a proactive shared coordination strategy and an intelli-gence led proactive intervention framework, ISIS FFRs pose an immedi-ate and long term national, regional and global security risk.
The unto 5 days strategic/operational capacity building/ intel sharing /conference/ workshop with key state and authorised non-state stake-holders will; Identify the actual threat level of ISIS FFRs to each country in participation ; Discuss Internal planning and preparatory measures to proactively address this phenomenon in collaboration/ coordination/communication with regional states and other inter-national partners.
Target Audience:
All affected and vulnerable states (UK/Europe/US/Africa/Middle East/Asia): Approved and vetted State and Local Authority (LA) Front-line Practitioners, Policy Makers, senior police/Prison & probation offic-ers (OF -2 through OF -5) and NCOs (OR-5 through OR -9), or corpo-rate civilian equivalents, judges, lawyers, Imams who are assigned, or selected for training, assignments within or outside their local com-mand and force structure, headquarters or agencies, Ministry of De-fence, Ministry of Internal security, Justice Department , Prisons, Reli-gious or Foreign Affairs Department or any subordinate security or mili-tary headquarters, CT OR Intel units or Agencies with full or supporting role and responsibility should attend.

Rank Requirement:
Civilians - Vetted
NCO: OR -5 thru OR-9
Officer. OF-2 thru OF-5
Workshop Facilitators:
GRI Ltd and the Anti Terrorism Accreditation Board (ATAB) has brought together a consortium of International Experts and HUMINT/OSINT capacity in the specific subject matter to deliver the conference/workshop. All selected instructors (Trainers/Speakers) have extensive knowledge and experience in the subject matter/s - insurgencies/ terrorism/ law, Counter Violent Extremism (CVE) , Prevent-ing Violent Extremism (PVE) and defence against insurgen-cies/terrorism matters from a combined military and civilian back-grounds. They have current and previous delivery and combat experience with NATO, INTERPOL, United Nations, African Union, European Union as subject matter specialist in these fields. Practical presenta-tions will be delivered by top leadership from the battlefield combined with lectures from individuals with experience working with agencies with a focus on Anti Terrorism (AT) & Counter Terrorism (CT) education and training.
Trainee Assessment:
Participants performance will be assessed based on participa-tion/workshop contributions and activity participation. Specialised Cer-tification is awarded upon completion of the training work-shop/seminars where specified. The conference/workshop will use panel discussions/demonstrations and seminars to ensure that participants understand practical intervention frameworks suitable to their country risk and threats and gain skills to advice on policy/solve practical local challenges in dealing with issues related to Homegrown terrorism - Crime-Terror nexus and dealing with Daesh/ISIS Returning Foreign Fighters.

Course Classification : Unclassified for Participants - DD Checks Required.
Workshop Location: Highly Secured UK-London Location or otherwise expressly stated - Details ONLY provided via participant designated in-box maximum period of 3 days prior to workshop commencement date - venue subject to change in the event of a security review.
Date Schedule: 17th (Conference) & 18th - 21st (Closed Workshop) June 2019
Workshop Time: Each workshop session is estimated to last between 45- 50mins. 20 minutes breaks are expected in-between session.
Language Proficiency: English(Others on request)
Opening Conference: 17th June - 9:30am - 4:30pm (Times may vary)
Workshop Timetable : 18th - 21st June - 4 sessions per day X 4days - Detailed timetable/lectures times/ facilitators names + Subject matter to be provided ONLY via secured email correspondence upon registra-tion and verification completion and no earlier than 3 days before 17th June 2019.
Conference Keynote Speaker: The Chief of Army Staff Nigeria -West Africa — Lt Gen. Yusuf Tukur Buratai - combating ISIS/AQ/AQIM most powerful and deadly Wiyalat Boko Haram & ISWAP in the Lake Chad region will amongst other high ranking Army Generals deliver the keynote speech and discuss practical challenges surrounding the Modus Operandi of ISIS/AQ/Boko Haram/ISWAP homegrown terrorist and FFRs links.

Number of Expected Participants Per Country:
5 Maximum (Gender Balance Encouraged)

Expected Outcome: • Participants will gain expert knowledge of current terror-crime, drug & Kidnap threat nexus and practical multi-level engagement methodologies;
• Country by Country Daesh/ISIS Foreign Jihadist Fighters and their Families Threat Identification methods;
• Measuring stakeholder Threat and Low-High Risk Recognition (Top to Bottom & Bottom Top) + Existing and future Threats per location + Ex-isting and potential
• Vulnerability per location + Potential Impact or Consequences of identi-fied Threat, physical, cyber or sleeper cells, planning , preparation/ recognisance against mass casualty attack per location + Level of national preparedness & Response to an attack+ Level of Stakeholder Collaboration, Coordination & Communication.
• Current ISIS FJFs problem identification matrix has been marked against: International, Regional and in-country Risk indicators as relat-ed to your country specific dynamics + Existing Anti & Counter Terror-ism (Cyber ) Strategies measures + Technical Subject Matter Knowledge and Structural Capability + Human and material (Equipment) Capacity + Financial Capacity + Political and Stakeholder will.
9. Administrative notes:
a. Participants are requested to provide a colour copy of the infor-mation page of their passport/identification when submitting your R.S.V.P. for visa letters, registration, event access, and mandatory Vet-ting purposes.
10. Interested participants for this and other deliverable programmes should coordinate directly with Ian Gaylard ian@globalrisk.international or +44-7833- 986641/ strategic and David Otto MSc CMAS at david.otto@globalrisk.international or +44-7472- 181995.
Note: This is a Multi-Agency Framework Approach. Official participation from a cross section of national security sectors/other first responders with gender balance is highly recommended. This conference/workshop is NOT advertised on social media or print media - Large handbags/carrier bags /bulky items are NOT permitted in the venue.
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Upon submission of application and fee Candidates will be provided with access codes to the online lesson plans, information and examination. You can take the examination whenever you feel that you are prepared. The CAS Exam Prep Course is not a pre-requisite to take the CAS examination. A passing score of 75% on the CAS examination is required for certification. If you do not obtain a score of 75% you will be given one additional opportunity to challenge the examination and obtain a passing score. If you need additional examinations you will be required to submit another examination fee.

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What areas of concentration are covered in the course?
AREAS OF CONCENTRATION
Area I – Terrorism Fundamentals Terrorism in Perspective Combating 21st Century Terrorism Incidents & Indicators Suspicious Activities The Terrorism Threat School Security and Acts of Terrorism
Area II – Islamic Impact on Terrorism Al Qaeda Training Tactics Islamic Background Information Islamic Extremism Understanding Jihad Mindset and Methods of the Terrorist Jihad Recruiting & the Al Qaeda Network Islamic Culture and ISIS
Area III – Terrorism and You
How Terrorist Choose their Victims Hostage/Crisis Negotiations, Stress Management After the Incident Counter Surveillance Travel Safety Workplace Violence FATCA Compliance Sexual Assaults on Campus
Area IV – Terrorist Incident Response Scene Control, Notification and Coordination Preserving Evidence at a Terrorist Incident Emergency Response to Terrorism - Operations Emergency Response to Terrorism – CBRNE Chemical Weapons Biological Weapons Active Shooter on Campus Ebola Response

Area V – Protective Details Managing a Protective Detail EP Principles: Managing a TSCM Detail Road side Bombs and Vehicle Born IED’s School Crisis Management Guidelines
Area VI – Industry and Terrorism Agra terrorism Sea Port Security, Aviation Security Energy Facilities: Protecting them from Terrorism Securing a High Risk Facility Healthcare Readiness for CBRNE Terrorist Events
Area VII – Information Technology and Terrorism Computer Security Cyber Terrorism Responding to a Cyber Attack Incident Response & Investigative Preparation Computer Forensics Disaster in the Data Center IT Security while Traveling Establishing a Computer Forensics’ Program Wi-Fi in combating Terrorism and Crime
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GRI PRACTICE TRAINING SESSIONS GRI Practice training sessions

Who might benefit from this course? • First responders (e.g., law enforcement officers, fire fighters, emergency medical service technicians, public relations staff, corporate and hospital security and HAZMAT personnel, force protection, intelligence, counter terrorism and special operations personnel, etc.) in the private and public sectors, as well as Government agencies and military personnel. • Risk managers in the private and public sectors that are responsible for hazard assessment and emergency response. • Emergency professionals who have been placed into positions responsible for the protection of the public in the event of a disaster. • Security professionals in the private sector that are assigned emergency functions in the event of a disaster • Government and industrial emergency planners who must prepare for potential emergencies by designing procedures, buying equipment and maintaining readiness. • Emergency professionals who need additional skills to prepare for management opportunities. • Anyone interested in community safety and hazard mitigation.
What else does ATAB offer? Continuing education and training, as well as advanced certification programs, are the cornerstones of ATAB’s commitment to excellence. ATAB consulting engagements, webinars, and onsite instruction are available to provide a continuous stream of state-of-the-art and up-to-date information to your organization. Our featurerich course management program takes advantage of the communication conduit available over the Internet to offer a learning experience equal to or exceeding the traditional classroom experience. ATAB also offers advanced Certification Programs for current emergency operations professionals interested in validating or improving their knowledge, skills, and abilities in the areas of (1) Physical Security Management, (2) Maritime Security Management, (3) Cyber Terrorism Response, (4) IT Security Management, and (5) IT Forensic Data Management, (6) Celebrity Protection, (7) Executive Protection, (8) Active Shooter Response, (9) Crime Scene Investigations, (10) Prisoner Transport In addition, ATAB offers the Master Certified Anti-terrorism Specialist program for interested professionals desiring to complete a comprehensive counter-terrorism program designed for securing sensitive, high-threat, Commercial and Government facilities. ATAB is accredited by the Professional’s Accreditation & Learning Council

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• HABC Suite of Security Courses • IED Precursor Material Regulation and Control • Anti-Terrorist Financing Network Strategies • Developing and Enhancing Innovative Database Platforms • Tackling Online Capabilities • Border Security • Community Resilience Strategies • De-Radicalisation, Rehabilitation and Reintegration in Prisons and Correctional Facilities • Full Spectrum CBRN Training and Consultancy CAPABILITIES
• Security Guards and Close Protection • Private Military Contractors • MARSEC • Equipment Procurement and Support • Security Consultancy • Drone Defence
Security Consultancy, Training and Mentoring for all sectors. Our HABC Accredited Instructors and Training Facilities provide full spectrum capabilities to meet your needs. “Put Your Faith In God and Trust In Us”
Global Risk International is a security services and training company that works with clients to identify, manage and mitigate risk on behalf of our
personnel are carefully selected from a broad spectrum of specialist backgrounds. Our experience and knowledge ensure that we can provide a comprehensive set of solutions to meet the needs of our
people will be there, when and where you need us.
Rev. Ian Gaylard CMAS IPC
www.globalrisk.international info@globalrisk.international
HABC Suite of Security Courses IED Precursor Material Regulation and Control Terrorist Financing Network Strategies Developing and Enhancing Innovative Database
Tackling Online Capabilities
Community Resilience Strategies Radicalisation, Rehabilitation and Reintegration in Prisons and Correctional
Full Spectrum CBRN Training and Consultancy CAPABILITIES
Security Guards and Close Protection Private Military Contractors
Equipment Procurement and Support
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Global Risk International are here to support you and your organisation
• We intuitively understand the complexities of the challenging security environments we face in the modern era.
• Let us help you to realise your training and operational objectives
• Our planning team are highly experienced in developing packages with clients to meet their specific needs.
• Contact us for further details of how we can support you and to discuss your unique requirements.
“Anti Terrorism Accreditation Board Certified”
• Our highly experience staff and and instructors will provide you with the depth of knowledge and experience to support you tactical, operational and strategic objectives.
• Drawing on our experience from multi-national operations, the UN, NATO and Tier 1 specialist operators from around the world we have the skills you need to succeed.
Global Risk International are here to support you and your organisation throughout your training and operational journey.
• We intuitively understand the complexities of the challenging security environments we face in the modern era.
• Let us help you to realise your training and operational objectives
• Our planning team are highly experienced in developing packages with clients to meet their specific needs.
• Contact us for further details of how we can support you and to discuss your unique requirements.
• We intuitively understand the complexities of the challenging security environments we face in the modern era.
• Let us help you to realise your training and operational objectives
• Our planning team are highly experienced in developing packages with clients to meet their specific needs.
• Contact us for further details of how we can support you and to discuss your unique requirements.
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4. Operate Operational management is a critical factor to any strategic programme. As a direct result of this, GRI ensures that the correct people and processes are in place and are aligned to organisationalperformance indicators.
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We work on a simple yet effective model that enables us to work with you to meet your needs:
1. Envision Fundamental to the start of any project is the need to capture the requirements from the business/ organisation. During this phase, GRI will determine the priorities, both tactical and strategic, with a view to supporting initial planning decisions and scenarios suitable for the security capability, training and equipment.
2. Plan Building on the captured requirements and Vision and Scope delivered in the Envision Phase, GRI will work with you to collectively establish the detailed set of services for potential deployment to the client.
3. Deploy This phase is focused on the deployment of services as defined in the Plan phase. Deployment is executed in a transparent and seamless way, ensuring the most effective and efficient delivery model for the client.
4. Operate Operational management is a critical factor to any strategic programme. As a direct result of this, GRI ensures that the correct people and processes are in place and are aligned to organisational performance indicators.