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1 Integrated Anti-tigerkidnapping Program

2 About the Integrated anti-tigerkidnapping Program The AWDC Security Office, together with the Local Police of Antwerp, established an Integrated Anti-Tigerkidnapping Program, specifically tailored to the Antwerp Diamond Area. The primary objective of the Integrated Anti-Tigerkidnapping Program is to explain and assist in the prevention and the reaction to a tigerkidnapping in progress. This document is intended for: members of the Federal and Local government services, to include, but not limited to the police forces and prosecutor s office; security managers active within the Secure-Antwerp Diamond Area (S-ADA); management and supervisory personnel of Private Security companies and/or internal Private Security services active within the S-ADA; the stakeholders within the insurance industry: underwriters, brokers, surveyors.

3 About the AWDC Security Office Today, in global terms, the diamond business represents more than $60 billion per annum, employs millions of skilled individuals in all five continents. The axis revolves around Antwerp, the world s largest diamond trading hub. Security is one of the critical enablers of the Antwerp diamond business. In 2012, AWDC established AWDC Security Office, formerly known as ADA-security. Its mission is to support and facilitate the diamond business, and to protect the diamond community s personnel, products, reputation, information and assets against all internal, external, deliberate or accidental threats. The AWDC Security Office has its own Board of Directors (http://www.ada-security.be/#about), currently chaired by Ari Epstein and Vice-Chairman Yvan De Mesmaeker. The AWDC Security Office is fully committed: to enable and facilitate the diamond trade within the Secure-Antwerp Diamond Area by ensuring a safe and secure environment to its employees, contracted personnel and third party persons active within this area; to treat all people with respect and dignity, and to accord with the Belgian laws and regulations in all their approaches and actions; to continuously and effectively identify a nd manage risks in a defined, structured and controlled manner; to establish security strategies, policies, plans, standards, procedures and guidelines to achieve the business objectives of the Secure-Antwerp Diamond Area; to organize security programs to protect employees, contracted personnel and third party persons against all internal, external, deliberate or accidental threats; to maintain a high degree of professionalism, knowledge, integrity and awareness towards everybody working within the Secure-Antwerp Diamond Area; to provide the security expertise and resources required to develop a safe and secure working environment; to be prepared to respond to incidents with appropriate and tested measures; to investigate and analyze security incidents, to take appropriate action and continuously improve its methods; to use technology which has proven to be successful, to increase the reliability and efficiency of the security operations. Since 18th February 2013, AWDC Security Office is managed by Stephan Van Hauwe, Senior Security Coordinator. INTEGRATED ANTI-TIGERKIDNAPPING 3

4 Stephan Van Hauwe Stephan Van Hauwe has 16 years of experience in the fields of security, anti-crime, information security and antiterrorism. He is a skilled professional and well-known in the world of security. He started his career at a private security company at the US Embassy in Brussels, where he became the Guard Force Commander of a team of 120 security officers. Five years later, Stephan Van Hauwe became Special Investigator at the US Embassy s Regional Security Office (RSO) in Brussels. At the US Embassy he managed the Local Guard Program, conducted investigations, coordinated special events and performed executive protection missions. Furthermore, he was the formal instructor of security, anti-crime, information security and anti-terrorism related topics. For the past six years Stephan Van Hauwe held the position of Contract Manager within a private security company. He managed several departments within the Major Accounts Division: critical infrastructure, US military bases and the European Parliament. Next to his day-to-day activities, he continued his work as a special instructor and advisor for security, anti-crime, information security and anti-terrorism, and also managed the Security Scan and Red Team programs. For many years now, he manages the Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) program for the European Corporate Security Association (ECSA) organization. As ECSA OSINT coordinator, Stephan Van Hauwe informs the ECSA network on news, incidents, events and trends in the fields of crime, security, information security, terrorism, espionage, nonproliferation and other topics that might have an adverse impact on the security of businesses and organizations. Since the outset of his career, he has continuously participated in trainings to develop his skills and invested in numerous courses in the fields of security, investigations, leadership and management, not only in Belgium, but also abroad in the United States, The Netherlands, Austria and Israel. 4 INTEGRATED ANTI-TIGERKIDNAPPING

5 Stephan Van Hauwe is the Single Point of Contact at AWDC Security Office for all security related topics and can be contacted through AWDC: Antwerp World Diamond Centre (AWDC) AWDC Security Office (SO) 22 Hoveniersstraat B-2018 Antwerp +32 (0) INTEGRATED ANTI-TIGERKIDNAPPING 5

6 About the Local Police of Antwerp The Local Police of Antwerp is part of the Belgian integrated police services and responsible for all first line police tasks in the metropolitan city of Antwerp. The police division in charge of the diamond square mile is the district Centrum. Next to the regular intervention units and neighborhood policing, the diamond square mile has a dedicated police force, situated in the diamond square mile. This police force is equipped with several state of the art technological means to support their activities. The diamond square mile has full camera coverage. The real time video footage is monitored by trained police personnel 24/24-7/7d. The city of Antwerp, Local Police and AWDC are working closely together to expand this coverage considerably over the next few years. Intelligent technologies will be added to this camera network Automatic Number Plate Recognition is in use on the police cars patrolling the diamond area. A police response team in the diamond area ensures a very fast response to every occurring within the square mile. Every possible type of incident will be dealt with in a structured way, adapted to the specificity of the diamond area. Tigerkidnappings in the diamond community are one of the phenomenon s Local Police of Antwerp are trying to combat with a plan of action, aligned with the federal police and AWDC Security Office. The structures are prepared to tackle this phenomenon, but this can only work with your help and full cooperation. The Local Police of Antwerp counts on your cooperation. 6 INTEGRATED ANTI-TIGERKIDNAPPING

7 Acknowledgements We would like to extend our deepest gratitude to all those who have been involved in the research process for this project. Many have willingly given time, resources, commitment and support, without which any of this would have been possible. It is difficult to single out individuals, but we would like to express special thanks to the following people: Cathy Berx Province of Antwerp Bart De Wever City of Antwerp Ari Epstein AWDC Yvan de Mesmaeker AWDC Eddy De Raedt Federal Police Serge Muyters Local Police of Antwerp Koen Claus Local Police of Antwerp INTEGRATED ANTI-TIGERKIDNAPPING 7

8 Content 01 Introduction... p Scope... p Background... p Objectives... p Definitions... p Hostage taking... p Kidnap and ransom... p Tigerkidnapping... p Overview of tigerkidnappings over the past 10 years... p Global... p Belgium... p Antwerp... p Risk Analysis... p Threat... p Risk... p Conclusion... p INTEGRATED ANTI-TIGERKIDNAPPING

9 05 Modus operandi of tigerkidnappings... p Set out intentions and objectives... p Open source analysis... p Target selection... p Surveillance... p Operational planning... p Training and rehearsals... p Surveillance... p Execution... p Escape... p Sale of the diamonds... p Remain out of hands of police... p Stakeholders in Security... p Federal Government... p Federal Police... p Public Prosecution Office in Antwerp... p Province of Antwerp... p City of Antwerp... p Local Police of Antwerp... p AWDC... p AWDC Security Office... p Insurance industry... p Diamond Community... p Private Security... p Conclusion... p. 35 INTEGRATED ANTI-TIGERKIDNAPPING 9

10 07 Integrated Security Approach... p Before During After... p Conclusions... p Question and answers... p List of sources... p Colophon... p INTEGRATED ANTI-TIGERKIDNAPPING

11 01 Introduction 1.1 Scope This guideline talks about tigerkidnappings. Tigerkidnapping is a violent, intrusive, traumatic and specific form of serious organized crime! There are still many misconceptions about tigerkidnappings. This can prevent individuals and organizations from understanding the rationality of the crime, and lead to a poor appreciation of the role that preventative measures can play in managing their own risks and lowering their susceptibility to tigerkidnappings. Overcoming such misconceptions is important in promoting a preventative, opportunities-based policy for tackling tigerkidnappings. It is important to build up a clear picture of the dynamics of tigerkidnapping: where it happens, who is at risk, who the kidnappers are, how they operate and what motivates them. 1.2 Background Contrary to general beliefs tigerkidnapping is certainly no new phenomenon. The practice began as a twist on a tactic used by the Irish Republican Army (IRA), which kidnapped people in order to coerce them into placing car bombs against British government targets. The first recorded crime that can be described as a tigerkidnapping occurred in 1972, but the term was coined in the 1980s and gained more widespread use in the following decade. Since tigerkidnapping is technically two crimes committed in tandem (i.e. robbery and hostage taking), statistics regarding their occurrence are difficult to compile on a global level. INTEGRATED ANTI-TIGERKIDNAPPING 11

12 1.3 Objectives We will show that tigerkidnappers weigh up the risks of being caught and punished against the rewards on offer to them if they are successful. We will show the factors that can affect the balance between the risks and efforts versus the rewards for the tigerkidnappers. If we assume that tigerkidnappers make rational choices based on these conditions, then it will be possible for us to direct our efforts towards re-balancing this equation in order to make the crime a disadvantageous activity in which to be involved. 02 Definitions 2.1 Hostage taking Hostage taking is a modus operandi used by criminal and terrorist organizations and groups whereby they seize or detain a person with the threat to kill, injure, or continue to detain that person in order to compel a third-person or organization to do, or to abstain from doing, an act as an explicit or implicit condition for the release of the person detained. 2.2 Kidnap and ransom There are different categories of Kidnap and Ransom (K&R): traditional, express, terrorist, political, etc. The traditional definition states that is a modus operandi used by criminal and terrorist organizations whereby they pick up a victim and hold him or her hostage pending payment of a ransom by the family or employer. The most common outcome 70 % of the known incidents is that the victim is released on payment of a ransom. Fewer than 10 % are rescued and fewer than 5 % are killed. The rest are released without payment or they escape 2.3 Tigerkidnapping Tigerkidnapping is the hostage taking, in the sense of an arrest, a loss of liberty or the abduction of one, or several persons, with the aim to oblige/constrain/force an employee (an authorized agent), a parent or all other person 12 INTEGRATED ANTI-TIGERKIDNAPPING

13 to take immediate possession of a value, an important sum of money, or other form of ransom belonging to an institution or firm. Tigerkidnapping differs from other forms of kidnapping because the aim of the criminals is not to extort money from the victim s family, as is the norm in many kidnap for ransom cases, but instead to use the threat of violence against the person as leverage to force another to participate in a crime. NEW TREND?: PSEUDO TIGERKIDNAPPINGS Perpetrators call you at the office and inform you that they hold your wife and/or children, and that you need to bring the diamonds to a specific location. In fact they are bluffing and do not have your wife and/or children. 03 Overview of tigerkidnappings over the past 10 years 3.1 Global During the 1980s tigerkidnappings, which had once been a rare crime, began to increase in numbers. The original targets were primarily cash-in-transit vehicle personnel. In the 1990 s a shift was observed in the type of business targeted, with a move toward larger scale offences against retail bank branches. At the beginning of the 21st century, the tigerkidnapping threat evolved with a substantial increase in the number of cases reported, the amounts of money taken, the range of businesses targeted, and the geographical locations in which they occurred. INTEGRATED ANTI-TIGERKIDNAPPING 13

14 3.2 Belgium At the beginning of the 21st century tigerkidnappings first appeared in Belgium. The original targets were primarily bank and postal offices. Several tigerkidnappings were executed in 2005 en As soon as the government, in close collaboration with the targeted sectors, started to analyze the phenomenon and to implement security counter measures. The security measures soon proved their positive impact with a drastic decrease of tigerkidnappings in the respective sectors. An average of 33% of the cases were solved and perpetrators arrested by the police. Regrettably, the tigerkidnappings did not stop. In fact, the criminals started to divert to other high value and low risk targets: the retail jewelry stores and diamond sectors. To date there are on average between 1 and 8 tigerkidnappings per year in Belgium and primarily in the following cities: Antwerp, Charleroi, Mons, Liège, Nivelles and Brussels. WHY IN BELGIUM? Belgium is not the only country in which tigerkidnappings occur. There are however a couple of enabling factors : 1. Geo orientation of Belgium: a. multiple and quick escape routes to neighboring EU countries 2. Successful precedents a. high value loot b. low risk 3. Relatively low capture and conviction rate (30-40%) 4. Relatively limited sentencing once caught 14 INTEGRATED ANTI-TIGERKIDNAPPING

15 3.3 Antwerp As mentioned above, the criminals shifted their attention from the financial sector to the jewelry and diamond sector. Over the past 10 years, criminals used the tigerkidnapping MO three (3) times against members of the diamond community: tigerkidnappings against the Diamond Community tigerkidnappings in Belgium (Source: Federal Police) Through an integrated approach between the bank and postal sectors, the government and the police were able to seriously limit and decrease the threat of tigerkidnapping. It has primarily shifted to the retail jewelry stores. INTEGRATED ANTI-TIGERKIDNAPPING 15

16 2009 o A diamond trader and his family were victims of a tigerkidnapping at their home in Dilbeek. Three (3) masked and armed men penetrated his residence and forced the diamond trader to drive to his office in Antwerp to clear the contents of his safe, estimated at euro. Two (2) threatened the man and drove with him to Antwerp, one (1) stayed with his family. After the robbery they returned to Dilbeek to pick up their accomplice and fled o Criminals, speaking Italian, and dressed up as police officers, used a social engineering technique dressed as police officers to penetrated the home of an Indian diamond trader in Wilrijk, took hostage his wife, daughter, son, nephew and cook. When the husband came home from work they forced him to pick up diamonds, estimated at 4.5 M euro, at his office in the Diamond square mile in Antwerp. The tigerkidnapping lasted 18 hours o Criminals, speaking English, penetrated the apartment of a couple, whose husband was an employee at a diamond company. Whilst holding the wife hostage, they sent the husband to go to the office and pick up diamonds, estimated at 21 million euro, and return. The criminals left thereafter. To date we notice that especially the Indian diamond community has been targeted by tigerkidnappers. 16 INTEGRATED ANTI-TIGERKIDNAPPING

17 04 Risk Analysis 4.1 Threat A threat is an expression of intention to inflict evil, injury, or damage. Threat is binary, meaning: it is present or not. Tigerkidnapping is a clear and present threat to everyone active in the diamond community with direct or indirect access to valuables. Therefore tigerkidnapping needs to be considered, analyzed and protected against. 4.2 Risk We already determined that tigerkidnapping is indeed a viable threat to everyone active in the diamond community. When we apply even the simplest form of risk analysis we can conclude that the frequency is medium to high and the impact is very high to critical. 4.3 Conclusion Attention: any and all persons that have a regular, authorized and direct access to the actual diamonds, safes and vault areas can be targeted for a tigerkidnapping. Examples: owners, staff such as secretaries, administrative staff, as well as family members! Criminals will select the highest target(s) with the least amount of protection and the least level of risk for the perpetrators. INTEGRATED ANTI-TIGERKIDNAPPING 17

18 05 Modus operandi of tigerkidnappings Tigerkidnappings are typically meticulously planned and prepared to minimize risk and achieve the highest probability of success. Criminals avoid the target s strengths and concentrate on the target s weaknesses. Objectives Do not get caught Open source Analysis Sale of the Loot Escape Modus Operandi Target Selection Surveillance Execution Operational Planning Surveillance Detailed planning is a must! 18 INTEGRATED ANTI-TIGERKIDNAPPING

19 Collection of information around the targeted trader, his staff and family members may continue for weeks or months before an operation is decided upon. While some targets may be soft enough for shorter periods of observation, the information gathering will still be intense. Operations planned or underway may be altered, delayed, or cancelled due to changes to the target, perpetrators or local conditions. The preparation of tigerkidnappings take quite some time, but once the actual tigerkidnapping is ongoing it s relatively fast and mobile. Most tigerkidnappings are executed by: Well organized and prepared teams of 2 to 4 persons. Perpetrators who often speak foreign languages (ex. Eastern European, Italian, French, English). Perpetrators who are experienced in other crime (burglaries, robberies, heists, drugs, weapons, etc.). Perpetrators who are trained in handling and using weapons. Perpetrators who are not afraid to use violence, or the threat thereof. 5.1 Set out intentions and objectives The first point on the criminals agenda is spell out their intentions and determine their objectives: A one-time and large scale operation with a higher risk, but also a higher reward. A repetitive and small scale operation with a lower risk, but also a lower reward.. The level of difficulty and their risk appetite depends upon: the size of the group; the available funding; the level of knowledge and experience of the individual group members; the available tools and resources. INTEGRATED ANTI-TIGERKIDNAPPING 19

20 Once they have a clear idea on their intentions and objectives, they identify possible targets that meet their strategy and they start their information collection operation. 5.2 Open source analysis This phase is the collection of information on the list of potential targets. Collection is gathered from diverse, primarily open, sources: the media, internet, social media, staff or contractors. Collectors of that information may be members of the group, sympathizers, or people providing information without knowledge of the intended purpose. The number of preliminary targets that can be screened is limited only by the capabilities of the group to collect information. At least 80% of the information needed to plan their operation is provided through open sources! 20 INTEGRATED ANTI-TIGERKIDNAPPING

21 5.2.1 Press (Newspapers and magazines) Stories, statements, interviews, articles from newspapers, magazines and other media provide a lot of background information. They have easy to access searchable databases which can searched on names, location, topics, etc. (Source: Knack) TV The Diamond Community in Antwerp has been around for a very long time. Many local and foreign TV stations have come and gone to make reports on profiles, the history, the festivities, security measures, incidents, etc. They too have searchable databases in which the public, to include criminals, can search on names, location, topics, etc. This is also a valuable source of information. INTEGRATED ANTI-TIGERKIDNAPPING 21

22 5.2.3 Internet Websites One of the easiest ways to collect information is using the Internet. It provides a wealth of data such as texts, pictures, blue prints, and video information. Many stakeholders within the Diamond Community have their own websites, providing a lot of interesting information: structure, positions, names, addresses, stock, special actions, pricings, etc. Another interesting source of information on the internet is the government s KBO database of enterprises (http://kbopub.economie.fgov.be/kbopub/zoekwoordenform.html?lang=nl). It is a free, public and searchable database that provides centralized information on companies, statutes, personal addresses, financial information, etc. As well as details of the directors/shareholders and their private addresses. The financial year report of every Belgian company, publicly accessible at the Belgian National Bank, also contains very valuable information about the company s activities and revenue Google Earth/Street View 22 INTEGRATED ANTI-TIGERKIDNAPPING

23 From a criminal s perspective Google Earth, Google Street View and similar programs such as Bing Maps, etc. are a gift from heaven. Before these programs were available, the criminals had to physically go to the target residence, work, places of leisure, etc. This poses a certain risk to their operation, because they have to expose themselves. Now, by using these programs in-depth, they gather an enormous amount of information on the area, building, and security measures, escape routes, etc. We recommend to consider to contact these companies in order to blur out sensitive areas, to include the residences and office buildings Social media Social media INTEGRATED ANTI-TIGERKIDNAPPING 23

24 The popularity of social networking sites has increased at astounding rate. There is no discussion about the usefulness of sites such as Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, LinkedIn, etc. They can be used for professional networking and job searches, as a means to increase sales revenue, as a tool to keep the public informed of safety and other issues or as a way to reconnect with friends from way-back-when. However, as with any new tool or application, it is always important to keep a close watch on its security implications. Each of these tools comes with its own set of security concerns which can put your security and/or personal data at risk. Also within the Diamond Community the use of social media and networks are slowly but surely rising: means of communication networking and business contacts stock presentations business transactions etc. Keep a low profile! There is a direct correlation between your profile, your awareness and the required security measures. The higher your profile, the higher your awareness and security measures need to be! 5.3 Target selection The criminals have collected the required information. They will analyze and compare the gathered information and they ll select target(s) that are considered vulnerable and which would further their goals for the next phase of their planning process. Hard versus soft target A hard target is one which has considerable and effective protection or security; this means that a criminal attack runs the risk of failing or of being foiled. A soft target is one which has little or no protection or security and hence is an easy option for a criminal attack. 24 INTEGRATED ANTI-TIGERKIDNAPPING

25 If you are perceived as a hard target, they move on to another target! Now the criminals clearly identified and zoomed in to their target(s) they will intensify their information gathering operations. 5.4 Surveillance So far, the criminals collected their information using open sources. Now they have a clearly identified target, they will have to change their modus operandi and go in the field. They want to know EVERYTHING about you, your family, friends, residence, office, school, office staff, residence staff, contractors, routines, procedures, habits, hobbies, travel, etc! There are different categories of targets: aware, unaware, able, unable and combinations thereof. Most of the targets identified by criminals within the Diamond Community are unaware and unable and therefore easy prey. Surveillance confirms information gathered from previous surveillance and reconnaissance activities Initial Surveillance is a skill: observing the target(s) without being seen. They already have a good view and more than 80% of the required information on the target, the target area, the business, etc. to plan their operation. Since they want to maximize their success and to minimize their risk they will go after the other 20% in order to know everything about you. They ll enter the surveillance phase: physical and technical surveillance, observations, intrusion, infiltrations, grooming the insider, INTEGRATED ANTI-TIGERKIDNAPPING 25

26 Practices/Procedures/Routines For facilities this includes scheduled deliveries, work shift changes, identification procedures and other observable routines. For individuals, it can include regularly scheduled errands such as laundry pick up days or car parking locations. Residence and Workplace This category applies primarily to the physical layout and individual activities at the two places the target typically spends the most time. Transportation/Routes of Travel For individuals, this is the mode of transport and common routes to any regular destination such as house, work, gym, and school. For facilities, it addresses ingress and egress points, types of vehicles allowed on the grounds, or availability of transportation into the target site. Security Measures This topic includes collection areas depending on the complexity of the security around the target: presence of a guard force; the reaction time of response units; any hardening of structures, barriers, or sensors; personnel, package, and vehicle screening procedures; and the type and frequency of emergency reaction drills are examples of key collection objectives. This is one of the most important areas of information for attack selection, since an intent is to bypass and avoid security measures and be able to strike the target during any period Physical surveillance Physical surveillance is a form of monitoring where the target(s) is kept under physical observation. It can be combined with other modes of surveillance for complete coverage. This type of surveillance requires special skills and is labor intensive, as perpetrators must be continually rotated to provide coverage, and it may be necessary to use an array of observers to avoid attracting attention from the target(s) under observation. In physical surveillance, members of a surveillance team watch and track their target(s). Sometimes this is done in relatively close proximity, and in other cases, the person doing the surveillance may need to remain distant to avoid attracting attention. The surveillance team works on foot, in vehicles, and using other methods of transportation as necessary and must be highly alert, as well as flexible, to identify the movements of the target(s) and take appropriate actions. While executing their surveillance, the perpetrators often use technology to improve their efficiency, store the gathered information and stay undiscovered. 26 INTEGRATED ANTI-TIGERKIDNAPPING

27 5.4.3 The insider An insider is a member of any group of people of limited number and generally have restricted access. The term is used in the context of secret, privileged, hidden or otherwise esoteric information or knowledge: an insider is a member of the gang and as such knows things only people in the gang know. There are different categories of insider threats, based on the level of access the employee has. There are four types: Pure insider: an direct-hire employee with all the rights and access associated with being employed by the company Insider associate: they are not employees of the company and do not need full access, but they need limited access Insider affiliate: a spouse, friend, or even client of an employee who uses the employee s credentials to gain access Outside affiliate: non-trusted outsiders who use open access to gain access to an organization s resources. Each of these categories also has different motives. Understanding each is a key to building proper preventive and detective defenses Technical Another method of surveillance is using technical surveillance. It plays an important role in intelligence gathering operations. The criminals will use technical and technological equipment to spy on their targets(s) to include but not limited to: CCTV: cameras, recorders, monitors hard wired audio monitoring radio transmitting devices GPS cellular network transmitters telephone monitoring computer & data monitoring > hacking of systems! Conclusion Report suspicious activities or persons immediately! Be a hard target! INTEGRATED ANTI-TIGERKIDNAPPING 27

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