What is iBRABO? We are an Open Source Intelligence research group located in Waterloo, Ontario. We have been featured on CNN, CBC, CTV News and PBS Nova in relation to expertise in the gathering OSINT on extremist groups and individuals.
As an organization iBRABO’s research interests include Conflict Monitoring, OSINT, Terrorist Social Networks and methods for Identifying Persons at Risk for Recruitment to Violent Extremism. Through our positive use of the Identifying Vulnerable Persons (IVP) to Violent Extremism tool we have had the opportunity to both educate and demonstrates methods for identify persons at risk of recruitment around the world. To learn more please contact us.
Jeff R. Weyers Email: Brabo.Co@gmail.com
Jeff holds a Graduate Certificate in Intelligence and Security Studies from the University of Ottawa, a Diploma in Law and Security Administration from Conestoga College, a B.A. in Psychology and Biology from Wilfrid Laurier University and finally a M.Sc. in Investigative Psychology from the University of Liverpool. He is an active contributor to the Terrorism Research and Analysis Consortium (@TRACterrorism) and a Digital Fellow with the MIGS Institue (@MIGSInstitute).
Jeff has trained in the areas of Anti-Terrorism Training, Intelligence and Security, Major Case Investigations, Major Case Management, Internet and OSINT Investigations, and Interviewing and Interrogation. Jeff is currently studying the risk assessment of terrorist groups and individuals and terrorist social networks.
Jeff has consulted with numerous agencies on identifying individuals vulnerable to violent extremism as well as using social media in intelligence gathering and investigations. As a result he has received numerous commendations for his work in diverting persons from violent extremism.
Specialties: Terrorist Social Networks, Open Source Intelligence, and the Assessment of Extremist Groups and Individuals.
Camie Condon, PhD Email: CamieCCondon@gmail.com
Ms. Condon holds her doctorate in police use of force and has over ten years of experience as a crime/intelligence analyst. She holds a further M.Sc. in Investigative Psychology from the University of Liverpool and a B.A. in Criminal Justice from Michigan State University.
Camie has worked with numerous police agencies and training institutions around police use of force research and training. In addition to her PhD work Camie is also well versed on Open Source Intelligence techniques and methods for analysis. She has authored numerous articles on the use of OSINT in combatting terrorism and extremism.
Ms. Condon has worked with both Conestoga College and Wilfrid Laurier University as the scholar in residence assisting in program development for police studies. In this regard she has both recruited and overseen the development of curriculum towards the successful implementation of an online Bachelors program.
Specialties: Police Use of Force, Academic Program Development for Policing, Open Source Intelligence and Analysis