Brunel Univeristy/Centre for Intelligence and Security Studies
|Brunel Univeristy/Centre for Intelligence and Security Studies|
The Brunel Centre for Intelligence and Security Studies (BCISS) is a research centre within Brunel University's School of Social Sciences.
According to its website the BCISS was established in 2003. It claims to be Britain's first academic intelligence research and policy centre.  It was originally headed by Anthony Glees, who left Brunel University in 2008.  After Glees left Brunel, the Centre's Deputy Director Philip Davies took over as Acting Director.
- Dr Philip Davies, Acting Director and Director of Studies
- Dr Kristian Gustafson, Lecturer
- Catherine Haddon, Sessional Lecturer
- Dr. Martin Folly, not a BCISS member, is a Senior Lecturer on the MAISS associated with the Centre.
- Alexander Meleagrou-Hitchens MA student
- Brunel University Website, Brunel Home > ... > Research Centres > BCISS > About About BCISS (accessed 15 May 2009)
- Melanie Newman, 'Culture in the state-funded sector condones failure, claims professor', The Times Higher Education Supplement, 4 September 2008
- Research Team, Brunel Centre for Intelligence and Security Studies, Brunel University, accessed 6 May 2009.
- Research Team, accessed 14 January 2008