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  1. For further details on the anti-piracy service or to report an incident contact the 24-hour manned IMB PRC at: ICC International Maritime Bureau PO Box 12559, 50782 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Tel ++ 60 3 2078 5763 Fax ++ 60 3 2078 5769 E-mail: piracy@icc‐ccs.org / imbkl@icc‐ccs.org 24 Hours Anti-Piracy HELPLINE Tel: ++ 60 3 2031 001
  2. The IMB Piracy Reporting Centre (IMB PRC) follows the definition of Piracy as laid down in Article 101 of the 1982 United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS) and Armed Robbery as laid down in Resolution A.1025 (26) adopted on 2 December 2009 at the 26th Assembly Session of the International Maritime Organisation (IMO).. Before 1992, shipmasters and ship operators had nowhere to.
  3. g, warns IMB. ICC FraudNet has published a new Global Annual Report to highlight international developments and perspectives in fraud, financial crime and asset recovery. Gulf of Guinea records highest ever.
  4. Live Piracy & Armed Robbery Report 2021. The table below gives a narrative of the most recent attacks. Click the magnifying glass button to view a map of the attack location and to get further details. 19:10.2021: 1809 UTC: Posn : 01:15N - 104:11E, Singapore Straits
  5. Request Piracy & Armed Robbery Report. The IMB offers the latest Quarterly and Annual Reports for free. Please fill in the form below to receive your free copies. Fields marked with a red asterisk must be completed
  6. This live map shows all piracy and armed robbery incidents reported to IMB Piracy Reporting Centre during 2021. If exact coordinates are not provided, estimated positions are shown based on information provided. Zoom-in and click on the pointers to view more information of individual attacks. Pointers may be superimposed on each other.

Live Piracy & Armed Robbery Report 2020. 27.10.2021: 1710 UTC: Posn: 01:16.90N - 104:19.90E, Singapore Straits. Alert crew onboard a tanker underway noticed one robber onboard and heading towards the steering gear room. Alarm raised and crew mustered resulting in the robber escaping without stealing anything Membership of CCS ; Membership of IMB ; Membership of CIB ; Membership of FIB ; NVOCC REGISTER ; News; Contact Us; winteriscoming . Live Piracy Report Live Piracy & Armed Robbery Report 2021. Live Piracy & Armed Robbery Report 2020. Date and time Incident Received by PRC 2021-10-29 . Attack Number: 107-21. Type of Vessel : Tanker. Membership of CCS ; Membership of IMB ; Membership of CIB ; Membership of FIB ; NVOCC REGISTER ; News; Contact Us; winteriscoming . Live Piracy Report Live Piracy & Armed Robbery Report 2021. Live Piracy & Armed Robbery Report 2020. Date and time Incident Received by PRC 2021-10-11 . Attack Number: 101-21. Type of Vessel : Bulk.

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Piracy & Armed Robbery Prone Areas and Warnings. All ships are advised to report all piracy and armed robbery attacks and suspicious sightings to local Authorities, their flag state and to the IMB Piracy Reporting Centre as per IMO Cir 1334. E-mail: piracy@icc-ccs.org / imbkl@icc-ccs.org. WhatsApp / Telegram: +60 11 2659 3057 Membership of CCS ; Membership of IMB ; Membership of CIB ; Membership of FIB ; NVOCC REGISTER ; News; Contact Us; winteriscoming . Live Piracy Report Live Piracy & Armed Robbery Report 2021. Live Piracy & Armed Robbery Report 2020. Date and time Incident Received by PRC 2021-10-25 . Attack Number: 106.

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  1. London and Kuala Lumpur, 14 October 2021 - The ICC International Maritime Bureau (IMB) has reported the lowest number of reported piracy and armed robbery incidents for the first nine months of any year since 1994. IMB's latest global piracy report recorded 97 incidents of piracy and armed robbery.
  2. IMB Piracy Reporting Centre's (PRC) 24-hour manned service is provided for free. PRC's work is funded by voluntary contributions. Donations help us continue to provide vital information to seafarers Categories
  3. Piracy report on the Internet: The IMB posts updates of attacks at www.icc-ccs.org. By posting the information on the internet, ship owners and authorities ashore as well as ships at sea can.
  4. g . Live Piracy Report Live Piracy & Armed Robbery Report 2021. Live Piracy & Armed Robbery Report 2020. Date and time Incident Received by PRC 2021-09-13 . Attack Number: 092.
  5. Live Piracy & Armed Robbery Report 2020. 29.07.2021: 0530 UTC: Posn: 10:19.42N - 075:31.73W, Cartagena Anchorage, Colombia. Duty crew onboard an anchored bulk carrier noticed two robbers on the forecastle. Alarm raised and crew mustered
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With a need to stay vigilant in high-risk areas, ICC's International Maritime Bureau (IMB) works to provide up-to-the-minute information on pirate attacks around the world. The IMB Piracy Reporting Centre has supported the shipping industry, authorities and navies for 25 years and is the world's only independent centre, working around the clock to receive reports of pirate attacks from. 10.07.2018: 0600 UTC: Sandakan Port, Sabah, Malaysia. Unnoticed robbers boarded a berthed tanker, stole ship's properties and escaped. The theft was noticed by the duty crew on routine rounds Piracy report on the Internet: The IMB posts updates of attacks on the Internet at www.icc-ccs.org. By posting the information on the internet, ship owners and authorities ashore as well as ships. The IMB Piracy Reporting Centre can be contacted at: ICC International Maritime Bureau (Asia Regional Office) PO Box 12559, 50782 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Tel +60 3 2078 5763 Fax +60 3 2078 5769 E-mail: imbkl@icc-ccs.org 24 Hours Anti Piracy HELPLINE Tel: ++ 60 3 2031 0014 Piracy report on the Internet: The IMB posts updates of attacks at www.icc.

In the shadow of alarming global statistics showing a continual increase in the number of piracy and armed robbery attacks against merchant ships, an international gathering of key maritime stakeholders discussed the major risks in a changing threat environment. In the shadow of alarming global sta. The report gives details of all 141 attacks in 27 countries, and advice for mariners, including a list of particularly high-risk areas where extra caution and precautionary measures are vital. For further information please contact: Pottengal Mukundan Director, IMB Tel: +44 20 7423 6960 Email: pmukundan@icc-ccs.org. IMB Piracy Reporting Centr 22.09.2018: 0500 UTC: Posn: 03:40.0N - 006:40.0E, Around 51nm SW of Bonny Island, Nigeria. Armed pirates boarded a bulk carrier underway, kidnapped 12 crew members.

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FORM: Report of Acts of Piracy and/or Armed Robbery against Vessels (MI-109-2) ICC - International Maritime Bureau Piracy Reporting Centre (IMB PRC) TEL: +60 3 2031 0014 (24/7 Help Line IMB Piracy Reporting Centre. The IMB Piracy Reporting Centre is the world's only independent office to receive reports of pirate attacks 24-hours-a-day from across the globe. IMB strongly urges all shipmasters and owners to report all actual, attempted and suspected piracy and armed robbery incidents to the IMB Piracy Reporting Centre

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Pirates: New ICC CCS Piracy Report Posted. At the ICC Commercial Crime Services the piracy report for 12-18 April is posted with this warning:. CCS offers a flexible membership Maritime Bureau (IMB) has reported the highest number of piracy-related killings for a decade in its latest piracy report. Maritime security Discussions at the 5th Tri-Annual IMB Conference on Piracy and Maritime Security hosted by ICC's International Maritime Bureau (IMB) challenged the growing.

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  1. The desperate situation in Somalia continues to breed piracy. Piracy will ultimately be solved only by a new global initiative to create jobs and improve governance. Click here to download a copy of the 2011 HCOP report. For further information on IMB services and membership, please call +44 207 423 6960 or email imb@icc-ccs.or
  2. Latest ICC CCS Piracy Report (to 3 July 07) The latest ICC Commercial Crime Services Piracy Report (to 3 July 07) can be found here. Highlights: 21.6.2007: 2302 LT: Posn 04:15N - 05:35E, Pennington, Nigeria..
  3. The centre operates 24 hours a day and can be contacted on the Maritime Security Hotline numbers: Telephone: +603 2031 0014. Facsimile: +603 2078 5679. email: piracy@icc-ccs.org or imbsecurity@icc-ccs.org. A flow diagram for reporting piracy and armed robbery incidents in Asia is included at Annex 1 to this notice
  4. Piracy report on the Internet: The IMB posts updates of incidents on the Internet at www.icc- ccs.org. By posting the information on the internet, ship owners and authorities ashore as wel
  5. London and Kuala Lumpur, 2 February 2016 - Piracy and armed robbery on the world's seas is persisting at levels close to those in 2014, despite reductions in the number of ships hijacked and crew captured, the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) International Maritime Bureau's (IMB) annual piracy report reveals
  6. Pirate attacks against vessels in East and West Africa accounted for the majority of world attacks in 2011, signalling a rising trend, the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) International Maritime Bureau's (IMB) global piracy report revealed today
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Gulf of Guinea records highest ever number of crew kidnapped in 2020, according to IMB's annual piracy report. London and Kuala Lumpur, 13 January 2021 - The International Chamber of Commerce's International Maritime Bureau (IMB)'s annual piracy report recorded an increase of piracy and armed robbery incident. E-mail: imbkl@icc-ccs.org 24 Hours Anti-Piracy HELPLINE Tel: ++ 60 3 2031 0014 Piracy report on the Internet: The IMB posts updates of attacks on the Internet at www.icc-ccs.org. By posting the information on the internet, ship owners and authorities ashore as well as ships at sea can access these update Piracy report on the Internet: The IMB posts updates of attacks on the Internet at www.icc-ccs.org . By posting the information on the internet, ship owners and authorities ashore as well as ships. ICC-INTERNATIONAL MARITIME BUREAU (PIRACY REPORTING CENTRE) PIRACY & ARMED ROBBERY ATTACK REPORT. The ICC - International Maritime Bureau (IMB) was established in 1981 to act as a focal point in the fight against all types of maritime fraud, malpractice and piracy

The latest ICC Commercial Crime Services Piracy Report (to 3 Nov 08.Highlights: 28.10.2008: 1500 LT: Posn: 12:54N - 046:40E, Gulf of Aden. Twelve pirates in three fast attack boats were noticed departing from a white coloured fishing vessel (pirate mother vessel) Piracy report on the Internet: The IMB posts updates of attacks on the Internet at www.icc-ccs.org. By posting the information on the intern et, ship owners and authorities ashore as well as ships. ICC CCS Weekly Piracy Report (to 24 Apr 07) Latest ICC Commercial Crime Services Piracy Report found here. Highlights: 2.04.2007: 0750 UTC: Posn 20:38.7N - 059:17.0E, 20 nm NE of Masirah Island, Oman. Three pirates, wearing face masks, in a white coloured speedboat approached a LPG tanker underway

Latest ICC CCS Piracy Report (to 17 March 08) Latest ICC Commercial Crime Services Piracy Report (to 17 March 08) can be found here. Highlights: 12.03.2008: 1250LT: Enroute from Calabar to Port Harcourt, Nigeria. Armed pirates, in three speedboats boarded a tug, underway, kidnapped six Nigerian nationals and took them ashore ICC CCS piracy report here.Highlights: Suspicious crafts 07.08.2005 at 0754 UTC in position 15:06N - 041:49E, Southern Red Sea. Four small boats equipped with powerful outboard engines were sighted by a container ship underway The IMB Piracy Reporting Centre can be contacted at: ICC International Maritime Bureau (Asia Regional Office) PO Box 12559, 50782 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Tel ++ 60 3 2078 5763 Fax ++ 60 3 2078 5769 E-mail: imbkl@icc-ccs.org 24 Hours Anti-Piracy HELPLINE Tel: ++ 60 3 2031 0014 Piracy report on the Internet: The IMB post

StAR: from knowledge and advocacy to implementation HOT. Download. Informatio The IMB Piracy Reporting Centre can be contacted at: ICC International Maritime Bureau (Asia Regional Office) PO Box 12559, 50782 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Tel ++ 60 3 2078 5763 Fax ++ 60 3 2078 5769 E-mail: imbkl@icc-ccs.org 24 Hours Anti Piracy HELPLINE Tel: ++ 60 3 2031 0014 Piracy report on the Internet: The IMB post

Email: pmukundan@icc-ccs.org IMB Piracy Reporting Centre The IMB Piracy Reporting Centre is the world's only independent office to receive reports of pirate attacks 24-hours-a-day from across the globe. IMB strongly urges all shipmasters and owners to report all actual, attempted and suspected piracy and armed robbery incidents t The IMB Piracy Reporting Centre is located at: ICC International Maritime Bureau (Asia Regional Office) PO Box 12559, 50782 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Tel ++ 60 3 2078 5763 Fax ++ 60 3 2078 5769 Telex MA34199 IMBPCI E-mail: imbkl@icc-ccs.org 24 Hours Anti Piracy HELPLINE Tel: ++ 60 3 2031 001

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The ICC Commercial Crime Services Weekly Piracy Report to 8 Dec 08 can bew found here. Highlights: 16.11.2008: 0945 LT: Posn: 05:34.53N - 005:22.39E, Warri river, Nigeria. Several speedboats with heavily armed men approached a general cargo ship under pilotage The ICC International Maritime Bureau (IMB) received the lowest number of reported incidents for the first half of any year since 1994. IMB's latest global piracy report details 68 incidents of piracy and armed robbery against ships - th The IMB Piracy Reporting Centre can be contacted at: ICC International Maritime Bureau (Asia Regional Office) PO Box 12559, 50782 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia . Tel ++ 60 3 2078 5763 . Fax ++ 60 3 2078 5769 . E-mail: imbkl@icc-ccs.org. 24 Hours Anti-Piracy HELPLINE Tel: ++ 60 3 2031 0014 . Piracy report on the Internet: The IMB posts updates of.

Piracy/Armed Robbery. Anti-Piracy Checklist; Best Management Practices; Guidelines against Piracy - Gulf of Guinea; Order Security Training CD; ICC-CCS Live Piracy Map; ICC-CCS Live Piracy Report; ICC-CCS Piracy and Armed Robbery Prone Areas and Warning; Ship Security Plan Questionnaire; Stowaways; Regulations and Standards Department. The ICC International Maritime Bureau (IMB) has reported the lowest number of reported piracy and armed robbery incidents for the first nine months of any year since 1994. IMB's latest global piracy report recorded 97 incidents of piracy and armed robbery for the first nin Gulf of Guinea records highest ever number of crew kidnapped in 2020, according to IMB's annual piracy report News • London and Kuala Lumpur , 13/01/2021 The International Chamber of Commerce's International Maritime Bureau (IMB)'s annual piracy report recorded an increase of piracy and armed robbery incidents in 2020 Steps. 1: Sourcing, Tidying, and Enhancing Piracy Attack Dataset. Piracy attack data, from 1993 to 2014, was sourced from a dataset published by Daxecker & Prins (), who had sourced the data from the IMB.Data from 2014 to 2020 was web scraped from the IMB website (IMB Piracy Reporting Centre, 2020) using Julia (Bezanson et al., 2017).The 1993 to 2014 data cleaning process conformed with tidy.

The ICC International Maritime Bureau (IMB) reported 162 actual and attempted pirate attacks in 2019 on a global scale. African waters continue to be a high-risk area. Whilst attacks in the Gulf of Aden have been on a steady decline over the last few years, the Gulf of Guinea on the African west coast remains a dangerous region The IMB Piracy Reporting Centre is located at: ICC International Maritime Bureau (Asia Regional Office) PO Box 12559, 50782 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Tel ++ 60 3 2078 5763 Fax ++ 60 3 2078 5769 E-mail: imbkl@icc-ccs.org 24 Hours Anti Piracy HELPLINE Tel: ++ 60 3 2031 0014 Piracy report on the Internet: The IMB. IMB PRC: Tel: +60 3 2031 0014, Fax: +60 3 2078 5769, Email: piracy@icc-ccs.org / imbkl@icc-ccs.org. To Report incidents on Piracy and Armed Robbery occurring anywhere else in the world please contact the IMB Piracy Reporting Centre: Ships are advised to maintain strict anti-piracy watches and report all piratical attacks (actual and attempted) and suspicious sightings to the IMB Piracy. IMB Piracy Reporting Centre (IMB PRC) - contact details Tel: +60 3 2078 5763/ +60 3 2031 0287 / +60 3 2031 3106. 24 Hrs ANTI PIRACY HELPLINE: +60 3 2031 0014 (Manned 24 Hrs everyday) Fax: +60 3 2078 5769. E-mail: imbkl@icc-ccs.org / piracy@icc-ccs.org. ISO 27001:2013 certified The full report, as well as BMP5, can be found in the attachment box

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The IMB Piracy Reporting Centre can be contacted at: ICC International Maritime Bureau (Asia Regional Office) PO Box 12559, 50782 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Tel ++ 60 3 2078 5763 Fax ++ 60 3 2078 5769 E-mail: imbkl@icc-ccs.org 24 Hours Anti-Piracy HELPLINE Tel: ++ 60 3 2031 0014 Piracy report on the Internet: The IMB posts updates of attacks on the. The IMB Piracy Reporting Centre is located at: ICC International Maritime Bureau (Asia Regional Office) PO Box 12559, 50782 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Tel ++ 60 3 2078 5763 Fax ++ 60 3 2078 5769 E-mail: imbkl@icc-ccs.org 24 Hours Anti Piracy HELPLINE Tel: ++ 60 3 2031 001

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Steps. Piracy attack data, from 1993 to 2014, was sourced from a dataset published by Daxecker & Prins ( 2015 ), who had sourced the data from the IMB. Data from 2014 to 2020 was web scraped from the IMB website ( IMB Piracy Reporting Centre, 2020) using Julia ( Bezanson et al., 2017 ). The 1993 to 2014 data cleaning process conformed with tidy. The ICC International Maritime Bureau (IMB) released its annual piracy report that shows global piracy incidents are decreasing to its lowest since 1998. However, more cases of crew kidnapping were registered than in the latest 10 years, the most of them occurring in the Asian region. The 2016 report indicated that last year there wer Piracy and the Global Response: Horn of Africa designed by Péter Puklus for Prez ICC-CCS piracy report looks like. The reports are semi-structured, and concern seven prede ned types of events: Hijacked, Boarded, Robbed, Attempted, Fired Upon, Suspicious (vessel spotted) and Kidnapped. The reports contains a eld for the vessel type of the ship broadcasting the report; although the types o Piracy on the world's seas has risen to record levels, with Somali pirates behind 56% of the 352 attacks reported this year, the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) International Maritime Bureau (IMB) revealed today in its latest global piracy report. Meanwhile, more Somali hijack attempts are being thwarted by strengthened anti-piracy measures

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Piracy management - SimpleCRM enabled ICC-CCS members report piracy and armed robbery incidences and give visual access to members and maintain detailed information on piracy incidents. Tags: Banking Bill of Lading CRM Customer 360 Insuranc The IMB Piracy Reporting Centre can be contacted at: ICC International Maritime Bureau (Asia Regional Office) PO Box 12559, 50782 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Tel ++ 60 3 2078 5763 Fax ++ 60 3 2078 5769 E-mail: imbkl@icc-ccs.org 24 Hours Anti Piracy HELPLINE Tel: ++ 60 3 2031 0014 Piracy report on the Internet: The IMB posts updates of attacks on the.

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The IMB Piracy Reporting Centre (IMB PRC) is located at: ICC International Maritime Bureau (Asia Regional Office) PO Box 12559, 50782 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Tel ++ 60 3 2078 5763 Fax ++ 60 3 2078 5769 Telex MA34199 IMBPCI E-mail: imbkl@icc-ccs.org 24 Hours Anti Piracy HELPLINE Tel: ++ 60 3 2031 001 If you want to investigate further, the ICC-CCS website now features an interactive Live Piracy Map and a Live Piracy Report. Both are constantly updated as soon as attacks are radioed in from shipping around the globe Many attempted piracy and armed robbery attacks are unsuccessful, countered by ships' crew who have planned and trained in advance. Register and report. Report all attacks and suspicious sightings to the relevant regional Reporting centre, authorities of the coastal state(s), the ship's own flag state and to the IMB PRC Despite overall piracy incidents declining in 2019, there was an alarming increase in crew kidnappings across the Gulf of Guinea, according to the International Chamber of Commerce's International Maritime Bureau's (IMB) annual piracy report. In 2019, IMB's Piracy Reporting Centre received 162 incidents of piracy and armed robbery against. Setting and communicating security levels to Liberian ships. For additional information, please contact: Mr. Al Romero. 22980 Indian Creek Drive, Suite 200. Dulles, Virginia 20166 USA. Tel: +1 703 251 2490. Fax: +1 703 790 5655. E-mail: security@liscr.com

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Piracy Reporting Centre (IMB PRC), which is an independent, not for profit and non-governmental agency providing a 24-hour manned service to shipmasters and ship owners to report any incident of piracy and armed robbery occurring anywhere in the world A number of important industry-developed counter-piracy resources, including Best Management Practices to Deter Piracy and Enhance Maritime Security in the Red Sea, Gulf of Aden, Indian Ocean, and Arabian Sea (BMP5) and Global Counter Piracy Guidance for Companies, Masters and Seafarers; as well as International Maritime Organization and other counter piracy resources; are available at piracy and armed robbery against ships - UVic Dec 31, 2009 - Email [email protected] Web : www.icc-ccs.org. January Centre has, as at 31 December 2009, received reports of 406 incidents but may receive details of more in the coming months..On 16 November 2009, a Kiribati flagged, Chemical Tanker MT Theresa VIII was attacked and hijacked by armed.

The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) is a global business association with more than six million members in 130 countries. 1 ICC's International Maritime Bureau (IMB) recently published its annual piracy report reflecting an increase in hostile and armed attacks against vessels in 2020. 2 IMB's Piracy Reporting Centre (PRC) compiles global statistics for each calendar year INTERNATIONAL CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 33-43 avenue du Président Wilson, 75116 Paris, France T +33 (0)1 49 53 28 28 F +33 (0)1 49 53 29 42 E icc@iccwbo.org www.iccwbo.org IMB Piracy Reporting Centre The IMB Piracy Reporting Centre is the world's only independent office to receive reports of pirate attacks 24-hours-a-day from across the globe 2 Maritime Piracy Reports on the Web In 2008, the increase of piracy attacks in the Gulf of Aden made the publication and analysis of events happening at sea around the world a new priority. The ICC-CCS gath-ers the reports related to piracy broadcasted by ships around the world, and publishes them daily on their website.8 Th