Since the inception of HTCI, our company has consistently provided high-quality goods and services to civilian corporations and government agencies, and we are proud to do our part in the global war on terrorism. Some of the government agencies we have supplied with goods and services include US Army Military Police, US Army Intelligence Center, US Marine Corps CID, National Ground Intelligence Center, NATO, and the National Forensic Science and Technology Center. HTCI was awarded a 2.2 million dollar contract with the National Ground Intelligence Center to provide equipment and training to Weapons Intelligence Teams (WIT) deploying into active combat theaters. HTCI has been a trusted ally in training, services, and products.
Our job performance and job satisfaction are extremely important to us. For this reason, we maintain contract job performance surveys on file for potential teaming partners to review. These performance surveys are available for examination upon request.
High Tech Crime Institute Capabilities Statement
Training outside of the United States (ITAR/EAR/OFAC). HTCI teaches Law Enforcement sensitive materials (unclassified material). HTCI conducts routine reviews to ensure compliance with all US regulations and rules that cover Law Enforcement sensitive training. Therefore, HTCI complies with and does not train Law Enforcement/Military personnel in prohibited countries: Afghanistan, Belarus, Cuba, Iran, Iraq, Libya, N. Korea, Syria, Vietnam, Myanmar (formerly Burma), China, Haiti, Liberia, Rwanda, Somalia, Sudan, or Democratic Republic of the Congo (formerly Zaire), any UN Security Council arms embargoed country (e.g., for certain exports to Rwanda).
HTCI will not train in the following countries due to additional Law Enforcement restrictions: Burundi, Central African Republic, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Libya, Lebanon, Sudan, South Sudan, Somalia, Belarus, Iraq, Yemen, Myanmar (formerly Burma), Russia/Ukraine, Zimbabwe, Balkans, Venezuela.
Training with authorized countries and NATO Partners – HTCI teaches Law Enforcement sensitive material. All materials are compliant international doctrine and do not expose any proprietary theory or mathematical formula, additionally, HTCI does not export software but instead uses open source or community edition software in its training venues. HTCI follows current published theory and doctrine of the US Department of Justice, Federal Law Enforcement Training Center, NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence, NATO Military Police Centre of Excellence, NATO Special Operations School, ASEANAPOL, South African Police Service, Special Investigations Unit, National Prosecuting Authority – Directorate of Special Operations, INTERPOL, EUROPOL, European Cybercrime Centre, International Criminal Court, and the Netherlands Forensic Institue.
HTCI self certifies its compliance with all export rules under the exemptions of the US ITAR/EAR/OFAC rules as allowed under these regulations. HTCI specifically cites sections:
- 124.2(a) Agreement Exemptions for Training
- 124.3(a) Unclassified Technical Data in Support of Agreements
- 125.4(b)(5) Data on Basic Operations, Maintenance & Training
- 125.4(b)(1) Data Pursuant to Written Request of DOD
- 125.4(b)(2) Data in Furtherance of Agreements
- 125.4(b)(3) Data in Furtherance of A USG Contract
- 125.4(b)(4) Data Previously Authorized for Export
If you would like to bring HTCI to your country and you meet the requirements of US legal restrictions or if you have any questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.