Research focus


ISCA seeks to participate in innovative research and development projects that address the security of societies by advancing practices and policies while maintaining the importance of democratic values and freedoms in everyday life.

Our concentration on both research and development and operational training allows ISCA to simultaneously bring theoretical and practical value to each one of our projects.

Our main research interests lie in the subjects of deviant behavior, mass crowd security, radicalization, crime prevention, counter-terrorism, community policing, and crisis management.

Our practical strengths include negating ethnic profiling from security practices, detecting abnormal behavior, closing gaps between levels of command, training programs, red team exercises, urban terrain analysis, and local key indicators.