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A true story: On September 11, 2001 , an American business woman arrived in a foreign country. She was scared and had every right to be. This woman -- and the rest of the world -- knew that if America could be attacked, no place was safe.

Recent terrorist incidents have occurred in:

Peru

Columbia

Greece

Russia

The Former Soviet Union

The Middle East

Israel

Indonesia

India

Afghanistan

Pakistan

The Philippines

Brazil

Mexico

Thailand

Nigeria

Somalia

Turkey

France

Spain

Bombs, bullets, poisons, kidnappings -- all used to commit terrorist attacks.

And we know terror cells are planning even more horror...

Innocent people have been killed and hurt. Some were business people. Some were members of Nongovernmental Organizations.

Some were tourists. Some were students. Some were children.

All of those people share one thing in common -- the need to know how to avoid and survive a terrorist incident.

The Institute of Terrorism Research and Response'sintelligence gathering and analysis, research, training,andconsulting provide organizations the ability to reduce vulnerability to the terrorist threat and mitigate the effects of a terrorist event.

 

Additional Reading:

Security Concerns for American Businesses

Police Training for the Age of Terrorism

 

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