Case Study Nairobi Kenya

Safer City Programme – Nairobi and Mombasa – Kenya

Following the serious terrorist attack in a shopping mall in Nairobi in 2013, serious deficiencies were identified in the response and co-ordination of the security response. BGS was engaged as key consultants for the development of a multi agency command and control suite to manage such incidents in the future.

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Major Programme of Strategic Command Training to the Indian Police Service

In 2010 – 2012 BGS was commissioned to support Cambridge University deliver a major programme of strategic command training to the most senior levels of the Indian Police Service at the National Police Academy in Hyderabad. Over a period of two years 500 officers of Inspector General and Deputy Inspector General rank completed the programme.

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Case Study Bosnia

Support for Review of Europol; The European Police Office

BGS was commissioned to support a review of Europol; the European Police Office — an international police organisation formed to promote and strengthen cooperation among law enforcement agencies in the European Union. Although established since the 1990s, Europol became an entity of the EU in January 2010 as a result of the Europol Council Decision.

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Case Study London UK

Met Police transformation

BGS supported the design and implementation of a command, control, communication and information (C3i) programme for the Metropolitan Police Service (London). It involved the complete modernisation of the Met’s command and control infrastructure and was the largest police transformation programme ever undertaken in the UK.

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Safer City Programme – Training Services for the Integrated Command, Control and Communication (IC3) Project – Kenya

In the aftermath of the major terrorist attack in a shopping mall in Nairobi in 2013, the project included the development of the Concept of Operations, processes and Standard Operating Procedures, development and delivery of training and Business Change support to migrate to new services, work practices and multi-agency working. This was to improve safety of the population and security services response to critical incidents.

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