Lutte contre le terrorisme: 200 policiers belges formés au profilage anti-radicalisés

Jan Jambon veut inscrire la méthode Predictive Profiling dans la formation de base des policiers et l’étendre à d’autres métiers de sécurité (Securail, métro).

Gilbert Dupont
20151114 - BRUSSELS, BELGIUM: Illustration picture shows police at the Thalys terminal at the Gare du Midi / Zuidstation in the aftermath of yesterday's terrorist attacks in Paris, Saturday 14 November 2015, in Brussels. Several terrorist attacks in Paris, France, have left at least 128 dead and 180 injured. Most people were killed during a concert in venue Bataclan, the other targets were a restaurant and a soccer game. The attacks have been claimed by Islamic State. BELGA PHOTO LAURIE DIEFFEMBACQ
20151114 - BRUSSELS, BELGIUM: Illustration picture shows police at the Thalys terminal at the Gare du Midi / Zuidstation in the aftermath of yesterday's terrorist attacks in Paris, Saturday 14 November 2015, in Brussels. Several terrorist attacks in Paris, France, have left at least 128 dead and 180 injured. Most people were killed during a concert in venue Bataclan, the other targets were a restaurant and a soccer game. The attacks have been claimed by Islamic State. BELGA PHOTO LAURIE DIEFFEMBACQ ©BELGA
Jan Jambon veut inscrire la méthode Predictive Profiling dans la formation de base des policiers et l’étendre à d’autres métiers de sécurité (Securail, métro).

Deux cents policiers, dont 80 instructeurs et 120 policiers "sur le terrain", ont terminé une formation spécifique appliquée à la menace et

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