The DIR provides you with a detailed look at all terrorist, rebel group and other related activity from around the world. Coverage includes, bombings, assassinations, kidnappings, threats and organizational changes within groups. Subscriptions to the DIR also include all Significant Terrorist Event Reports (STER), Kidnapping Reports (KR) and some Analyst Notes (AN) produced by IntelCenter during major terrorist events. The complete DIR archive is integrated into the IntelCenter Database (ICD) and core incident reporting is archived in the Terrorism Incident Reference (TIR) series of books. Individual subscriptions cost US$649 a year. Multi-user and enterprise discounts are available as well as intranet solutions. (Call for special state and local agency pricing). The DIR was formerly known as the World's Terrorist Groups - Intel Update (WTG-IU).
Samples of the individuals reports are seen above and below. Click on each image to download a PDF sample of that report.
DIR Main Report: The main Daily Incident Report provides a breakout of all terrorist and rebel incident activity around the world. Released 4-5 times a week. Ranges between 20-40 pages. Reports are emailed in PDF form. One sample is above and one below.
STERs: Significant Terrorist Event Reports are released during major terrorist events such as 9-11, the Mumbai attack, the Delta Christmas attack and others around the world. Reporting begins within only hours of an event and is updated every hour until the flow of information begins to slow over the following days. Reports are emailed in PDF form. Samples STERs on the 25 Dec. 2009 Delta attack and the 2008 Mumbai attack are above and below respectively.
KRs: Kidnapping Reports are released whenever a significant kidnapping occurs. They are updated whenever new developments in that kidnapping arise. Reports are emailed in PDF form. A sample KR for the Bowe Bergdahl kidnapping in Afghanistan is below.
ANs: Analyst Notes are short to long analytical pieces on new trends, developments and key observations made by IntelCenter analysts. A sample is above and another below. They are emailed in PDF form.