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What is TOC-search?
The TOC-search (Terrorist and Organized Criminal Search Data Base) is a dynamic data base which offers comprehensive information on global terrorist network and helps researchers, analysts, students and others working to prevent terrorism. It is result of a common project realized by the Faculty of Security Studies and Faculty of Mathematics in Belgrade which had started in December 2007.
The TOC-s data base is designed as online search engine that provides in-depth search and analysis on various terrorist-related categories: terrorist incidents, groups, organizations, members, leaders and supporting individuals and organizations. It also provides extensive information on links and relations between the mentioned terrorist-related categories and enables the corresponding search and predictions as well. One of the key advantages of the TOC-s is fact that its basic data source is verified information provided by PTSS reports of the George C Marshall European Center for Security Studies. In this way, we provide constant and automatic refreshment of the base with up-to-date information. read more about TOC-s >>
Who can access TOC-s database?
There are two levels of data access are implemented in the TOC-s. The first level is named "blue key" and it is available for students and researches in academic institutions and research centers. The "blue key" enables the access to all open-source data stored in the base. The second level of data access, named "red key" is reserved for legal authorities, state institutions and state government. The "red key" opens the part of the TOC-s with confident data. The owner of the "red key" also has access to the open source data, as the "blue key" owner. Only institutions and agencies which have a contract with TOC-search have an access to the red key data and they are red key members. If you want to become a red key member please contact us.
All information stored in the TOC-search Database is re-taken from different sources. Despite of the fact that every reasonable effort has been made to verify data, TOC Search team cannot guarantee that all information in the database is accurate. TOC-search Team does not hold any Ethical or Legal responsibility for any loss or damage caused by errors or omissions or resulting from any use, misuse, or alteration of TOC-Search data by the user.