Our training is delivered in over 30 countries worldwide. Countries that we have delivered training in are: Belgium, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Canada, France, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Laos, Malta, Moldova, Netherlands, Oman, Romania, Serbia, Spain,Switzerland, Syria, Thailand, Turkey, UAE, Ukraine, United Kingdom and Uzbekistan. 

Courses we deliver:

  • Combatting human trafficking and modern slavery
  • The nexus between human trafficking and terrorism
  • Identifying and combatting crimes against children
    • Child trafficking and modern slavery
    • Child sexual exploitation (CSE)
    • Child criminal exploitation including ‘County Lines’ drug trafficking (CCE)
    • Combatting child trafficking - identification, safeguarding and investigation
    • Children and terrorismCombatting transnational organised crime
  • Using modern intelligence analytics to combat crime
  • Crime scene management and modern forensic techniques
  • Effective interview techniques focused on witnesses, victims and suspects
  • Crime against women and vulnerable groups
  • Identifying and supporting vulnerable victims
  • Anti-money laundering
  • Identifying and countering transnational crime threats
  • Mutual legal assistance in criminal investigations
  • Joint Investigation Teams – setting up and management
  • Use of force for UK law enforcement and private security
  • Human rights and its application in law enforcement
  • Basic policing skills

We have developed training packages for the following clients:

  • Interpol (INTERPOL is the world’s largest international police organization, with 190 member countries.)
  • Eurojust (Eurojust is the agency of the European Union (EU) dealing with judicial co-operation in criminal matters.)
  • Europol (European Police Office)
  • CEPOL (CEPOL is the name of the European Police College network. It incorporates representation from all the police colleges and academies within the EU member states.)
  • UNODC (United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime)
  • OSCE (Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe)
  • TADOC (Turkish International Academy against Drugs and Organized Crime)
  • IOM (International Organisation for Migration)
  • The Romanian National Police
  • The Dutch Police
  • The UK Serious and Organised Crime Agency (SOCA now the National Crime Agency [NCA])
  • Society of Local Authority Chief Executives and Senior Managers (SOLACE)
  • The Royal Canadian Mounted Police
  • Various UK law enforcement agencies, Social Services and NGOs.