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this video present the counter terror academy and IMKM organization as security, law enforcment and police training capabilities. In today's world we may be exposed at any time and any place to terrorist activities which can come from many sources. The terror can originate from religious or criminal backgrounds with the purpose of killing, maiming or acting as a spring board for bargaining. In order to deal with threats which can strike anywhere and harm anyone, government and private security companies have been established to keep the general public from being harmed, as well as provide security for specific individuals and groups. The CTA is the practical training institution of combative disciplines, security, military and law enforcement tactical preparing and consultation together gained more then 100,000 security personal training over the passing years. The founders of CTA have recently retired from IDF service, where they headed instruction units that dealt with fighting terror, sniping, sharp shooting, and krav maga (contact combat). The founders of the company trained the special units of the IDF, police, and security forces, and have developed the most advanced combat theories. The company is now involved in a wide variety of training, from police and military units, to individual security officers and security forces for civilians and civilian facilities for more information about CTA courses and activitis pleas visit our web site: *******www****batrain****
13 Nov 2012
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Members of parliament from all parties will question the Home Secretary, Ms Jacqui Smith, on the Government’s measures to prevent terrorism throughout the United Kingdom.
21 Feb 2008
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30 Jun 2010
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The UK Home Secretary, Ms Jacqui Smith, speaks about the Government’s latest anti-terrorism proposals. She’s talking before an all-party select committee in the House of Commons.
11 Dec 2007
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In the first of this year’s compilations, a summary of the UK Government’s – particularly the Foreign and Commonwealth Office’s- work in 2008 on connecting with communities and countering extremism.
9 Feb 2009
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Barack Obama has picked John Brennan to be his top adviser on counterterrorism, a role that will give the CIA veteran a powerful voice on the government's use of security contractors and on other sensitive issues in which he recently has played a private-sector role.
16 Jan 2009
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The UK Government publishes a new Counter Terrorism Bill with the argument still raging among MPs and civil rights campaigners about the length of time for detaining suspects before charging them.
28 Jan 2008
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At the National Security Australia 2009 conference held in Sydney on the 23rd - 24th March 2009, we had the opportunity to catch up with Detective Superintendent John O'Reilly, Commander Counter Terrorism Operations, NSW Police, as he spoke to us about how Australia's ability to respond to terrorist attacks can be measured and the main challenges for NSW Police in their counter-terrorism operations. For more information, go to www.nationalsecurityaus****
27 May 2009
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Prof. Abe Sofer speaks to TML at 9th annual ICT counter-terrorism conference.
15 Sep 2009
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Transcript by Newsy**** BY SAMUEL JOSEPH You're watching multisource video news analysis from Newsy Out with the old, and in with the new. But is it really new? Britain’s controversial Control Orders allowed authorities to restrict freedoms of suspected terrorists -- in cases where prosecution or deportation aren’t possible. The British government says it’s relaxing what Home Secretary Theresa May called “unacceptable” police powers. Sky News talks to a man who was wrongfully detained under the existing Control Orders. Cerie Bullivant: “The police had the right to search the house at any time they wanted. ... If I wanted to leave the house, or come back to the house, I had to use a specialist phone and phone in to a monitoring company and tell them I’m leaving the house and coming back. I had to sign in at the police station every single day. I wasn’t allowed to have any travel documents. I couldn’t associate with certain people. I had curfews. I had a tag around my leg.” After weeks of deliberation, Control Orders will be scrapped by the end of the year and replaced with T-Pims -- or Terrorist Prevention and Investigation Measures. Changes include a ban on overnight curfews, limiting phone and Internet monitoring, and taking away the power to force a subject to live in a particular location. The changes are a compromise between Downing Street and the Liberal Democratic Party. Weeks earlier, The Daily Mail reported the orders would never be scrapped unless there was a replacement plan proposed. So this is a victory for Civil Liberties, right? That’s certainly what the Guardian believes. “With details of reform of counter-terrorism laws unveiled in the House of Commons, today is a proud day for those who cherish the freedoms that we in Britain have enjoyed for centuries...” But not everyone agrees this is a solution to the underlying issue. BBC reports - critics are calling it Control Orders lite. “...critics say the fundamental objection to the regime has not been addressed. The Home Secretary still has the power to use secret evidence kept from a suspect to impose restrictions on them - albeit lesser ones - which, if broken, could lead to jail.” What do you think? Have the Control Orders really changed? Or are they just being “repackaged” in another form? Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy
28 Jan 2011
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Brit gov introduce draconian legislation against Irish Republicans out on licence. The "Counter terrorism and security act".
27 Jul 2019
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Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege is an online tactical shooter video game developed by Ubisoft Montreal and published by Ubisoft. It was released worldwide for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One on December 1, 2015; the game was also released for PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S exactly five years later on December 1, 2020. The game puts heavy emphasis on environmental destruction and cooperation between players. Each player assumes control of an attacker or a defender in different gameplay modes such as rescuing a hostage, defusing a bomb, and taking control of an objective within a room. The title has no campaign but features a series of short, offline missions called, "situations" that can be played solo. These missions have a loose narrative, focusing on recruits going through training to prepare them for future encounters with the "White Masks", a terrorist group that threatens the safety of the world. Siege is an entry in the Rainbox Six series and the successor to Tom Clancy’s Rainbow 6: Patriots, a tactical shooter that had a larger focus on narrative. After Patriots was eventually cancelled due to its technical shortcomings, Ubisoft decided to reboot the franchise. The team evaluated the core of the Rainbow Six franchise and believed that letting players impersonate the top counter-terrorist operatives around the world suited the game most. To create authentic siege situations, the team consulted actual counter-terrorism units and looked at real-life examples of sieges such as the 1980 Iranian Embassy siege. Powered by AnvilNext 2.0, the game also utilizes Ubisoft's RealBlast technology to create destructible environments. Announced at Electronic Entertainment Expo 2014, it received four nominations from Game Critics Awards including Best of Show. The game received an overall positive reception from critics, with praise mostly directed to the game's tense multiplayer and focus on tactics.
7 Apr 2021
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