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For 30 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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September 2, 2016 By Bob Klamser
The August 2016 edition of the House Homeland Security Committee Terrorism Threat Snapshot has been released and includes the following Key Points:
1. Islamist terrorists will continue to pose a significant threat to the United States and its allies — ISIS and its supporters, undeterred by battlefield setbacks, have now been linked to 105 plots targeting Western interests globally.
2. ISIS, al Qaeda, and other Islamist extremists have built a global network of sanctuaries they can leverage for directing and inspiring terrorist attacks.
3. Radical Islamists are exploiting everything from social media applications, including encrypted technologies, to refugee flows to improve their ability to recruit adherents and conduct terror operations.
4. Detainees freed from Guantanamo Bay have returned to the battlefield at an alarming rate, and now the recruiting pool for these terrorists has expanded under the Obama Administration’s surge of transfers.
5. An emboldened Iranian regime has been building its military capabilities, vying for hegemony across the Middle East, and threatening the United States and its allies.
December 10, 2015 By Bob Klamser
Scott Stewart of Stratfor has authored an outstanding assessment of the current terrorist threat to the US as well as commentary on some of the reaction here that CCI recommends as “must” reading:
“A lot of panic has followed the Dec. 2 armed assault in San Bernardino, Calif., that left 14 people dead and 21 wounded. It was the worst international terrorist attack in the United States since the 2009 Fort Hood shooting, surpassing the death toll in that attack by one. U.S. President Barack Obama has labeled the attack as a new type of terrorist threat, while Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has used the attack as grounds to call for a ban preventing all Muslims from entering the United States.
I don’t often editorialize in the Security Weekly, but I believe it is important to set the record straight and to place the San Bernardino attack in the proper perspective.”
“Panic Makes for Poor Counterterrorism is republished with permission of Stratfor.”