Berlin Memorandum on Good Practices for Countering Terrorist Use of Unmanned Aerial Systems is a document that identifies 26 good practices for consideration by nation-states.

The good practices are intended to inform and guide governments in identifying, developing, and refining policies, practices, guidelines, regulations, programs, and approaches for countering the terrorist use of unmanned aircraft systems (UAS).

Publication Date- 2019

The memorandum identifies the following four major areas for consideration:

  1. Assessing the Risk, Assessing Vulnerabilities, and Raising Awareness
  2. Enhancing Information Sharing, Engaging with Relevant Stakeholders, and Educating the Public
  3. Implement Policies and Regulations, Establish Crisis Planning
  4. Developing Tactical Countermeasures and Technical Solutions

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Author- Global Counterterrorism Forum (GCTF)

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