Anders Henriksen leaves the Faculty for the Danish Security and Intelligence Service (PET) from 1 January 2019 – University of Copenhagen

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06 December 2018

Anders Henriksen leaves the Faculty for the Danish Security and Intelligence Service (PET) from 1 January 2019

After eight years at the Faculty of Law, Anders Henriksen leaves his position as Professor MSO and Director of the Centre for international law, Conflict and Crisis (CILCC). He will take up the position as head of the Centre for Terror Analysis (CTA) in the police security and intelligence service (PET) on 1 January 2019.

Dean Jacob Graff Nielsen states: "The Faculty is obviously proud that Anders will take up such an important management position with PET. It requires in-depth academic insight, political understanding and good leadership skills. We will miss Anders as a researcher, as course director for International Law and as centre head for CILCC, where he has made a significant contribution, and we will try to keep Anders in close contact with the faculty."