Senior Border Adviser


New York

Ministry of Interior Germany – Police Service Senior Border Expert within the UN Counter-Terrorism Centre in New York Director of

Institutions – Dates Degree: Sheffield Halam University UK September 2016 to 2018
PhD Candidate Area of Dissertation Border Management in Transformation (Transnational Threats in Context with the European Security Policy) University Vienna (FH WN) September 2011 to July 2013 Master Degree (M.A.) in Int. Strategic Security Management Theme of the Masterwork Border Management in Transition – A Matter of Strategic Security Management Bavarian University for Public Administration Law September 1999 to August 2001 Bachelor Degree (B.A.) – Graduate Senior Police Officer Administration law, constitution law, Procedure of Law, Code of Law, Civilian Law, HR Management, others Bavarian Police Academy March 1979 to February 1982 Certificate as Police Officer Law on Public Administration, Code of Law, Procedure of Law, Traffic Law and other relevant laws Vocational School Passau September 1976 to July 1978 Administration officer Certificate

– Current Position Principal Border Advisor within the UN Counter-Terrorism Centre (UNCCT) in the UN New York and UN Focal Point for all Border Security and Management related issues. Responsible senior adviser and project leader related to the areas of Border Police Management, Rule of Law, IBM and Cross -Border Cooperation, Risk Management and Threat Assessments, Change Management, Capacity Building and Good Governance for Public Administration Systems in countering terrorism, violent extremism and foreign terrorist-fighters (FTF). – 36 years of service within the German Police Service. – From December 2005 to November 2009, Senior Border Adviser within the OSCE Secretariat in Vienna.

Johann Wagner

– Since 1998, working for international organisations such as United Nations, OSCE, European Union, European Commission and supranational organisations. – Since 2003, member of the Centre for International Peace Operations of the Ministry for Foreign Affairs in Berlin/Germany. – Thematic areas of professional competences are in alphabetical order: o Asylum and Migration o Border Security and Management o Change Management and Sector Reform Processes o Counter Terrorism and Foreign Terrorist-Fighters (FTF) o Evaluation and Monitoring o Feasibility Assessments o Fight against Cross-Border Organised Crime o Good Governance o Institution and Capacity Building o Prevention of Transnational Threats o Project development and implementation o Risk Analysis and Threat Assessments