04/02/09 - IACSP Provides Anti-Terrorism Training For OSCE Mission To Georgia
The International Association of Counterterrorism and Security Professionals, in collaboration with the S2 Safety & Intelligence Institute, presented a four-day Anti-Terrorism Officer course for the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) Mission to Georgia. Law enforcement officials from Georgia, Armenia and Azerbaijan took part in the training course December 8-11, 2008 in Tbilisi, Georgia.
Photo Graduates of the December 2008 OSCE ATO Course in Tbilisi
The course was structured to improve co-operation between anti-terrorism agencies in the South Caucasus and strengthen regional security. The 32-hour Anti-Terrorism Officer course focused on developing response plans to terrorist attacks, protecting property and infrastructure against possible terrorist activity and contemporary methods for combating terrorism.
"The event aimed to improve the skills and practical knowledge of regional anti-terrorism officials and enhance co-operation between regional authorities in addressing terrorism," said Bogdan Catalin Udriste, the OSCE Mission to Georgia's anti-terrorism adviser. The program was coordinated by IACSP member Ana Gobechia.