On May 18, Bali Hotels Association (BHA) conducted a workshop on surveillance detection at the Intercontinental Hotel in Jimbaran, Bali.
“Prior to any attack, terrorists conduct surveillance,” said Alexander Kesper, Senior CIM Advisor to the Indonesian Ministry of Culture and Tourism and workshop lecturer. “During the surveillance phase, terrorists are most vulnerable to detection. So the aim of the workshop is to make it as hard as possible for terrorists to spy on us—to empower hotels to detect surveillance and to prevent becoming an easy target.”
More than 130 workshop participants, representing almost 100 of Bali’s star-rated hotels, learned about how to set up surveillance detection teams, discussed suspicious behaviour and how to deal with it, as well as the special challenges of tropical hotel and resort environments. The lectures were complimented by practical exercises.
For further information please contact:
Bali Hotels Association
‘Security and Safety’
Bali Tourism Board Building
Jl. Raya Puputan 41
Renon, Denpasar – 80235
Bali – Indonesia
tel: +62 (361) 227 600
fax: +62 (361) 246 816