C.P.R. Educational Programme & Training

GY6 C.P.R. Educational Programme & Training

GY6 has developed a series of Crime Prevention and Response (CPR) programs, workshops and conferences designed to educate communities, agencies and especially corporate institutions in various aspects of public safety. The programs provide people the opportunity to meet representatives of GY6 and outside agencies to increase awareness of their surroundings in regards to personal safety. The programme assists people to understand how to anticipate, recognise and appraise a crime as well as the associated risk and how to introduce some form of action to remove or reduce it.

GY6 views these awareness programs as an integral part of the development and implementation of the various institutional public safety programs. To achieve its goal of creating a safe and productive environment in which the communities can excel, it would be important to inform individuals and communities according to crime prevention strategies and their subsequent response.

By taking part and promoting crime preventative actions, you will play a critical role in preserving and enhancing the safety and well-being of our communities. Remember, safety is everyone’s concern.

  • Crime prevention is proactive, rather than reactive.
  • Proactive preventative attempts are to prevent the crime from occurring in the first place.
  • Reactive policing responds to crime after it has happened.

Crime prevention and the subsequent response to it necessitate a crime prevention strategy. The CPR strategy is a comprehensive action guide on how to do this at local level. The CPR programme contextualises these activities within local level, and particularly within the context of sectoral planning relating to safety within the local community. This programme covers aspects such as how to develop, implement, manage, evaluate and institutionalise crime prevention at local level. The CPR programme aims to offer practical solutions to these processes. Emphasis is therefore placed on providing the individuals and communities with step-by-step course to action.

Moreover, GY6 endeavours to assist communities and individuals to understand that crime prevention is an essential part of our attitudes and subsequent behaviours that alert us in reducing any risk of crime and therefore enhancing the sense of safety and security. This sense of safety creates a positive sense of individuals and community safety and at large the society, and assists in developing surroundings where crime cannot thrive.

GY6 acknowledge the fact that there will never be a day that our society is crime free, but there is a lot we can do to reduce crime happening in our communities by being proactive and respond to criminals sending them a message “We are Proactive and Alert and will respond so don’t bring crime into our neighbourhood”.

Overall the objectives of the Workshops are to:

  • Promote crime prevention and awareness amongst people.
  • Review the various theories of crime prevention and their relationship to practical approaches and tools being applied.
  • Foster better capacity-building for the range of professionals involved in crime prevention.
  • Enable participants to assess their own strategies and encourage further implementation of crime prevention and identify the priorities for action for crime prevention and response strategies for the next five years.
  • Enable participants to understand the consequences of involvement in crime and anti-social behaviour for both perpetrators and victims.
  • Develop strategies that avoid involvement in crime and anti-social behaviour.
  • Establish more constructive relationships between community and police.

The foundation of the GY6 C.P.R programmes and training will run as a series of specialist awareness courses, training, workshops and conferences and these are some of our niche subjects:

  • Terrorism in Perspective,
  • Self-Protection in a Hot Zone
  • Scene Control, Notification and Coordination, Hostage/Crisis Negotiations
  • Cyber Terrorism Deployment
  • Terrorism Response Plan
  • IT Security while Travelling
  • How Terrorist Choose their Victims
  • Emergency Response to Terrorism (Ops)
  • Preserving Evidence at a Terrorist Incident
  • Emergency Response to Terrorism (CBRNE)
  • Being Held Hostage and Surviving
  • Stress Management after the Incident
  • Agra terrorism
  • Sea Port Security
  • Aviation Security
  • Computer Forensics in Corporate Investigations
  • Energy Facilities
  • Protecting them from Terrorism, Responding to a Cyber Attack
  • Securing a High Risk Facility
  • Managing a Protective Detail
  • Establishing a Computer Forensics’ Program
  • Road side Bombs and Vehicle Born IED’s
  • Wi-Fi in combating Terrorism and Crime
  • Disaster in the Data Centre
  • EP Principals
  • Managing a TSCM Detail
  • Al Qaeda Training Tactics
  • Islamic Background Information
  • Islamic Extremist
  • Understanding Jihad
  • Mind-set and Methods of Terrorist
  • Jihad Recruiting & the al Qaeda Network
  • Combating 21st Century Terrorism
  • Suspicious Activities
  • Counter Surveillance
  • Travel Safety
  • Workplace Violence
  • Incidents & Indicators
  • Healthcare Readiness for CBRNE Terrorist Events
  • Maritime Security Manager
  • Physical Security Manger
  • Cyber Terrorism Responder
  • IT Security Manager
  • OPSEC Intelligence Specialist
  • Crime Scene Investigator
  • Executive Protection Specialist
  • Financial Crimes Examiner
  • HUMINT Counter Terrorism
  • Deployment
  • Detecting Surveillance
  • Force Protection
  • Conditions System
  • ID’s Terrorism
  • WMD
  • Terrorist Tactics
  • Operations
  • Individual Protective Measures

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