John Grieve Centre at NATO in Turkey

Dr Nick Ridley taught an anti terrorism course in Turkey.

Date: 19 May 2016

Dr Nick Ridley of the John Grieve Centre within London Met's School of Social Sciences recently lectured on two NATO anti-terrorism courses in Turkey. These lectures consisted of training courses in legal aspects of anti-terrorism and countering terrorist financing, and course participants included military representatives and observers from various EU countries and from Turkey, Azerbaijan and Qatar.
The courses are facilitated by the Turkish army, and are part of the training programmes of the NATO Centre of Excellence – Defence against Terrorism (COE-DAT) in Ankara.
It was the seventh year that the John Grieve Centre has lectured at NATO COE-DAT.
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The John Grieve Centre, created in 2003, aims to create a community of students, academics, practitioners and policy-makers to share ideas on policing.

Through postgraduate teaching and research, public conferences, law enforcement practitioner seminars and consultancy projects, the Centre actively contributes to police studies and promotes and disseminates expertise, understanding and good practice amongst practitioners.

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Group of participants