CCI performs risk assessments at schools, hospitals, and other facilities around the world
For more than 25 years, Crisis Consulting International has been the premier provider of security and crisis management services to the Christian missionary, humanitarian and church sending communities. With an outstanding record of success and accomplishment, CCI assists these communities with:
- Risk assessment, site surveys and security assessments
- Policy development and contingency planning
- Training of staff, leaders and crisis management teams
- Management of major events, conferences and disaster response
- Resolution of hostage and kidnapping events, extortion and other threats
CCI’s staff consists of mature believers with deep church and mission commitments. They possess an unmatched combination of professional training, real-world expertise, and “on-the-ground” experience. CCI has worked with faith-based agencies throughout the globe and understands the threats, needs and realities facing these agencies.
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You Should Know – From the World
INSITE ON TERRORISM (August 18, 2014): On August 16, 2014, al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) released an English-language publication calling for lone wolf jihadi attacks, targeting American, British, and Israeli interests. Among the most striking new elements in the publication, titled “Palestine: Betrayal of the Guilty Conscience,” is the introduction of new attack targets for lone wolves in the United States and the United Kingdom within its reissue of AQAP’s 2010 car bomb manual, “Make a Bomb in the Kitchen of Your Mom.”
LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) August 19, 2014 – The number of attacks on aid workers soared last year to the highest level on record, with Afghanistan the most dangerous country to be a humanitarian, a report on Tuesday said.
In all, 155 aid workers were killed, 171 wounded and 134 kidnapped in 2013 – a rise of 66 percent compared with 2012, according to the Humanitarian Outcomes report, published on World Humanitarian Day.
It said three quarters of the attacks took place in Afghanistan, Syria, South Sudan, Pakistan and Sudan amid worsening violence. There were 81 attacks in Afghanistan alone.