Comm. Saad Amrani
Com.. Amrani started his career as deputy superintendent in charge
with the implementation of community policing in daily processes
from 1998 to 2002, in the north of Brussels.He then led a judicial
team in two different districts, before joining the General staff of the
Brussels Chief of police in 2006.
For a period of 7 years, he was tasked with the coordination of
public order issues, radicalization, and international relations.
In 2011 he became a member of the National Task Force for the
Syrian Fighters. He was also tasked by the European External Action
Service as team leader in Myanmar, after communal clashes
between Muslims and Buddhists, leading to a reform and training
program of the police service.
He was then appointed Deputy-Director of the Intervention service
and is a lecturer in different European countries as well as in the
He also articulated an exchange program between the Moroccan anti-terrorist police and the Belgian police, in the context of the Syrian war and the issue of the foreign terrorist fighters.
After his nomination as Chief-Commissioner, he was then appointed strategic advisor of the Commissioner General of the Federal police, mainly in charge with operational matters, counter-terrorism and the follow-up of the Syrian fighters returnees.
He is attached as an expert in two of the main Belgian government security bodies, the “Coordination Committee for Intelligence and Security” and the “ Strategic Committee for Intelligence and Security” that prepare the decision-making process of National Security Council, presided by the Prime Minister.
Chief Commissioner & Policy Advisor, Federal Police, Belgium
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