CCI performs risk assessments at schools, hospitals, and other facilities around the world
For more than 25 years, CCI 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, all mature Christians with deep church commitments, possess an unmatched combination of professional training, expertise, and real-world “on the ground” experience. We have worked with Christian agencies all around the world and understand the threats, needs and realities facing these agencies.
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Upcoming Training and Seminars
CCI’s next U.S. offering of the Crisis Management Seminar is scheduled for May 6-8, 2013. The CMS … [Read More...]
CCI’s next U.S. offering of the Field Security Seminar will be held May 1-3, 2013. The FSS will be … [Read More...]
You Should Know – From the World
By DECLAN WALSH and ZIA ur-REHMAN
Published: March 28, 2013
KARACHI, Pakistan — This seaside metropolis is no stranger to gangland violence, driven for years by a motley collection of armed groups who battle over money, turf and votes.
But there is a new gang in town. Hundreds of miles from their homeland in the mountainous northwest, Pakistani Taliban fighters have started to flex their muscles more forcefully in parts of this vast city, and they are openly taking ground.
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By Lamine Chikhi
ALGIERS | Sun Mar 24, 2013 3:01pm EDT
(Reuters) – Algerian Djamel Okacha has been named as a new commander in al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM), replacing Abdelhamid Abou Zeid who was killed in fighting in northern Mali, Algerian Ennahar TV said on Sunday.
An Algerian security source said Okacha, 34, was very close to AQIM’s leader Abdelmalek Droukdel as both belonged to the Group of Algiers, made up of militants born in the region around the Algerian capital.
The source also said that he was confident that al Qaeda commander Mokhtar Belmokhtar, whose death was reported shortly after that of Abou Zeid, was dead.
“Okacha is Droukdel’s right-hand man,” he said. Okacha’s priority would be to reorganize AQIM after it registered the losses of two heavyweight commanders.
France said last week that it had confirmed “with certainty” the death of Abou Zeid, saying that he had been killed in fighting led by French forces in the Adrar des Ifoghas region of northern Mali at the end of February.
It made no comment on Belmokhtar, presumed mastermind of an attack in January at the In Amenas gas plant in Algeria in which more than 60 people were killed, including foreign hostages.
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