New Century personnel possess unique and proven expertise of intelligence and security management and advising in historic conflicts such as Northern Ireland, the Balkans, Iraq and similar contemporary high-risk environments.  Skills transfer of this expertise takes place through mentoring (face-to-face, on-the-job), advising (building policy and associated bureaucracy in governmental ministries), and classroom-based training, underpinned by tailored doctrine.

Our substantial database of SMEs can shape build capcity in law enforcement, military, civil and criminal law, social justice, policy delivery, police accountability, human rights and human development.  Significant numbers of SMEs have decades of continuous experience of training and mentoring host nation units in permissive and non-permissive environments.

  • Personnel have experience of delivering security and intelligence sector reform initiatives and programmes worldwide, in areas of conflict and high threat
  • Best practices, knowledge and procedures are written and adapted for appropriate use by the host nation and may be scaled according to client requirements
  • Training and mentoring is frequently delivered via an interpreter with an emphasis on practical learning to create best effect
  • Perfomance evaluation systems capture, shape and contribute to the effective institutionalisation of methodologies taught
"A superb program which delivers a critical capability to partner nation counterinsurgency forces and valuable collateral benefits to US forces"

Adviser to US Department of Defence Program Office