• LEADING AND SUPPORTING SPECIALIZED FINANCIAL INVESTIGATIONS

    SGI Global’s financial investigation practice is comprised of highly successful former law enforcement financial and management leaders and legal professionals who have decades of domestic and international operational and management experience in cases involving the PATRIOT Act, Bank Secrecy Act (BSA) and Anti-Money Laundering (AML), and Counter-Threat Finance (CTF) operations. Our successful engagements have resulted in the identification of additional assets and DTO targets, and we have delivered to our clients the information sets and expert testimony required for successful outcomes in cases involving the U.S. Attorneys offices. SGI Global’s expertise mitigates and manages risk exposure through due diligence reviews, short and long term operational recommendations, and operations-optimizing training.

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  • BUILDING GLOBAL LAW ENFORCEMENT AND SECURITY CAPACITY

    Senior executive law enforcement officials and specialized investigative teams face myriad challenges produced by rapidly-emerging global threats such as narco-terrorism, transnational organized crime and terrorist and insurgent groups. SGI's experienced teams of mentors and trainers work with law enforcement entities around the world to share both recently-developed and long-used methodologies and solutions for successfully combating asymmetric threats. The SGI team, with decades of international security experience, facilitates collaboration between leaders in different countries facing similar challenges. With new tools and new partnerships, these senior law enforcement, military, and intelligence clients are able to effectively overcome the challenges posed by asymmetric threats and facilitate effective organizational practices with a new standard of excellence.

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  • PROMOTING ECONOMIC VIABILITY IN AFGHANISTAN

    In a country that has faced decades of turbulence, Afghanistan's citizens have few opportunities to find stable employment and acquire valuable job experience and skills. SGI's partnership with East Silk Route Logistics (ESR) has created jobs for hundreds of Afghans throughout the country. By hiring local employees, SGI leverages regional expertise and brings Afghan insights into its practices, enabling our teams to deliver excellent results on schedule. Our relationship with local citizens in Afghanistan is one of the many ways SGI is working with its partners to build capacity and economic stability in parallel with U.S. and foreign partner-nation objectives.

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  • DELIVERING INTELLIGENCE SUPPORT AROUND THE WORLD

    U.S. agencies and their foreign partners have significantly increased their intelligence collection efforts in support of investigative activities focused on transnational organized crime and terrorist, narco-terrorist and insurgent groups. SGI's teams of experts and analysts train and work with representatives from these agencies, including the Departments of Defense, State, and Justice, in the areas of intelligence collection and analysis. SGI's teams use the latest analysis methods in tandem with decades of intelligence and law enforcement experience to deliver answers and solutions in real time. SGI currently supports U.S. federal partners in locations including El Paso, Texas; Kabul, Afghanistan; Panama City, Panama; Mexico City, Mexico; the greater metropolitan Washington, DC area; and throughout Central Asia and the Middle East.

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  • IMPROVING HEALTH OUTCOMES IN RURAL AFGHANISTAN

    Rural villages in Afghanistan face many health complications from the practice of opium smoking, including the devastating effects of secondhand smoke on at-risk populations including children and the elderly. SGI is working to increase awareness of these dangers by conducting human biological sampling and educating villagers. Overcoming a cultural distrust of outsiders by employing native Afghan medical professionals, including women, has enabled SGI’s in-country team to complete sampling in more than 14 villages. Completed study results will be used in improving health outcomes and further educating the Afghan population on the dangers of secondhand opium smoke.

    IMPROVING HEALTH OUTCOMES IN RURAL AFGHANISTAN

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What We Do

What We Do

Studies and Analyses

Conducting surveys, scientific studies, and analyses in high-risk regions requires not only experienced researchers but also coordinated logistics, effective and secure communication between client and research teams, and leadership experience in the local rule of law and cultures.

Transportation Logistics Management

Conducting project operations safely and on-schedule in austere and dangerous regions requires experience not only in resolving in-country obstacles but also in anticipating them to maximize efficiency, safety, and success.

Training and Mentoring

Leadership development enables senior law enforcement, intelligence, and military officials in austere regions to develop the skills they need to build capacity and use all organizational assets to achieve security, law enforcement, and logistical objectives.