John Grieve Centre teaching at NATO

Dr Nick Ridley delivered as part of a global anti-terrorism course at the NATO centre in Turkey.

Date: 30 May 2017

Dr Nick Ridley, senior lecturer in Policing and Security at London Metropolitan University, delivered a lecture on the anti-terrorist course run by the NATO Centre of Excellence-Defence against Terrorism (COEDAT).

The ‘Legal Aspects of Countering Terrorism’ course was delivered at the Centre, which is based in Turkey, from 22-26 May 2017.

Dr Ridley taught as part of a series of lectures taught by academics from around the world. The courses are facilitated by the Turkish army and cover anti-terrorism, legal basis for combatting terrorism, international co-operation and human rights. Participants were military personnel from the differing NATO countries.

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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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