Save the Date: Next Conference - London 16th - 18th May 2022
Due to ongoing pandemic issues, the next conference is now scheduled for May 2022 in London
New report on attitude of British Muslims posted in Articles section
Next Executive Teleconference
Leadership in Counter Terrorism Alumni Association
“Welcome to the Leadership in Counter Terrorism Alumni Association (LinCT-AA) website.
LinCT-AA is a non-profit separate affiliate of the International Leadership in Counter Terrorism (LinCT) Program with a principle purpose to promote personal and professional development, networking, exchange of good practice and global thinking of Counter Terrorism Professionals from both law enforcement and intelligence agencies. The Association works with key academic research centres and leading professionals in relevant fields of expertise to continually develop and inform successful and sustainable partnerships. These relationships work effectively for the benefit and protection of communities across the world.
Each year, the Association hosts a reconvention of members, associates and affiliates and is partnered and supported by some of the world’s largest private sector organisations. We have experienced fantastic conference events for many years across the world through regional events and as an Alumni we come together at our two annual LinCT-AA Counter Terrorism practitioners’ conferences. These have been enormously successful in the past in Los Angeles, New York, Toronto, Melbourne and Sydney and they continue to generate much thought and joint thinking across the counter terrorism community.
Given the challenging circumstances presented to us all by COVID 19, conferences were not held in 2020 so we look forward to resuming business with our first Conference in London in May 2022. All relevant details will be posted on this website.
Just a reminder, this website provides important information about the LinCT-AA business, valuable links to key counter terrorism articles and partner associations along with details of membership, the opportunity to network with colleagues and details on related up-coming events. Our role in responding to the terrorism risk worldwide has not diminished and I seek your active support via the Alumni in doing so."
Dean Haydon QPM
Deputy Assistant Commissioner - Metropolitan Police
UK Senior National Coordinator Counter Terrorism