Later this month (January 2016), Kings will host a free counter-terrorism course, which is being delivered in partnership with West Yorkshire Police, the Counter Terrorism Unit, Project Griffin and Jomu.
What is Project Griffin?
Project Griffin was developed by the City of London Police back in April 2004 as a joint venture between the City and Metropolitan police forces, to advise and familiarise managers, security officers and employees of large public and private sector organisations across the capital on security, counter-terrorism and crime prevention issues.
Following its success in London, Project Griffin has been recognised as National best practice and is being implemented by police forces, cities and communities throughout the UK. It has also generated interest and acclaim overseas, particularly in the United States, Canada and Australia.
Who should attend?
This course is free to attend and is relevant to anyone working within the industry, especially those who may encounter suspicious terrorist related behaviours in or around the workplace.
The course will look to:
- Raise awareness of current terrorist and crime issues
- Share and gather intelligence and information
- Build and maintain effective working relationships
- Seek solutions to defeating terrorism and crime
- Maintain trust and confidence in the police and other authorities
- Empower people to report suspicious activity and behaviour.
Venue, date and timings:
Two sessions will be held at our Bradford office on Wednesday 27th January 2016, each lasting approximately two hours.
Morning Session: 10:00am – 12:00pm
Afternoon Session: 1:00pm – 3:00pm
Free refreshments will be supplied during the sessions.
How to book:
There are limited places available for these sessions. If you would like to attend, please contact Eddie Knight at Jomu directly as soon as possible to avoid disappointment:
Phone: 0800 634 8646