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Resource ID: #5972
Subject: 2020 IRE Conference Tip Sheets
Source: Drew Sullivan
Affiliation: Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Program
Date: 

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The only warning a journalist might get that they are being targeted for assassination is that someone is surveilling them, usually four to six weeks before an attempt on their lives. OCCRP has trained more than 100 journalists in these techniques in places like Eastern Europe, Latin America and Africa, where they need to know these skills to stay alive. While usually a one-week class, this session will give you an overview of what your colleagues abroad already know: how reporters are surveilled, how to detect surveillance, how to set up surveillance traps, how to document the surveillance, how to lose people following you, good safety hygiene and other basic skills.

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