Disruption of terrorism and organised crime

A major focus of the ‘security’ world is the control of terrorists and organised crime groups and networks. In this practice domain, disruption is used very loosely to characterise interventions.

This page presents a framework which aims to tighten up, and also differentiate, the concept in order to improve thinking, communication and action in these challenging fields. The framework covers the range of operational, environmental, and strategic/ existential disruptions.


Disruption is further discussed in the presentation below (versions with/without audio) which also covers disruption to the security side.