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BUCSIS organised a student enrichment trip to Belfast, aiming to provide students with an alternative learning experience and a deeper understanding of 'The Troubles'.
BUCSIS presented to UK National Crime Agency staff this September.
BUCSIS conference in Nicosia, Cyprus, explores the impact of the Russo-Ukrainian war on European security.
An innovative programme designed to allow students to delve into an intelligence-related subject of their choice.
BUCSIS has awarded NYPD’s Intelligence and Counter-Terrorism Department with two scholarships for the Postgraduate Certificate in Covert Action, HUMINT and the Psychology of Intelligence Elicitation.
BUCSIS has organised its next study trip, scheduled for October this year, where students will be visiting Northern Ireland and exploring various areas of significance during 'The Troubles'.
Dr Ian Stanier and Dr Jordan Nunan have published an academic article examining the diverse range of motivations associated with UK domestic extremist informants.
The next National Police Chief’s Council Intelligence Practice Research Consortium event will be held on Wednesday 5 July.
Associate Dean and BUCSIS’s Director, Professor Julian Richards appeared on Sky News on 2 March 2023 to discuss the publication of the latest report in the Manchester Inquiry (Volume Three: Radicalisation and Preventability) The 22 May 2017 Manchester Arena bombing…
The Buckingham University Centre for Security and Intelligence Studies (BUCSIS) twitter account @BUCSIS2 has attracted over 2,000 followers in little over 12 months. The account posts the latest intelligence and security related academic articles and books. It also is a source for intelligence related…