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Volunteer to be recruited as counter terror officers

Volunteer police officers are to be recruited to work alongside counter terrorism specialists to fight radicalisation and recruitment.

Salford man guilty of 16 terrorism charges

A Muslim convert from Salford has pleaded guilty to 16 terrorism charges.

Finsbury Park suspect ‘wanted to kill Muslims’

A man accused of driving a van into a crowd of people near two mosques in north London wanted to kill as many Muslims as possible, it has been found.

Britain and France to agree counter terror measures

Theresa May and Emmanuel Macron will meet alongside Britain and France’s five intelligence chiefs to agree moves to counter terrorism.

Parsons Green terror suspect denies planting bomb

A teenage refugee accused of injuring 30 commuters after planting a bomb on a London tube train has denied being responsible for the attack.

Man arrested on suspicion of terrorism released

A man who was arrested in Norwich as part of an investigation into suspected funding of terrorism has been released on bail.

£44 million for Channel border security

An extra £44.5 million is to be spent improving Channel border security, the UK government is to announce.

New Integrated Security Showcase to debut at SCTX 2018

The 2018 Security & Counter Terror Expo will feature a live security operations centre in the inaugural Integrated Security Showcase.

Lorry attacks now preventable with new security innovation

A new, British-engineered, security barrier system has been enhanced to protect the public from vehicle attacks.

Couple found guilty of plotting terror attack

A couple who met on a dating website have been found guilty of plotting an ISIS-inspired attack on Britain with a home-made bomb and ricin poison attack.

 Features

The top read CTB articles of 2017

As we begin to guess what the changing face of the terrorism will look like in 2018, take a look back at our top read features from last year

Data sharing key in response to terrorism

Weynand Haitjema explores the importance of planning emergency responses and the role of information sharing in mitigating the terrorist threat

Protective security key to future events planning

Deputy Assistant Commissioner Lucy D’Orsi has called for the commercial sector to work with police and partners to help keep the public safe

Protecting the public this Christmas

Iain Moran looks at the importance of keeping the public safe during the festive period amidst times of heightened security

Developing a new Prevent strategy

The University of Manchester's Bob Hindle explains why a new Prevent strategy is needed, and how that might develop

Most successful DSEI to date

DSEI 2017 attracted record numbers of high-profile stakeholders affiliated with the defence and security sectors

The question of search at football grounds

NASDU looks at pyrotechnic detection dogs at football stadiums and the reasons why detection dog use has increased significantly over the past decade

Interoperability between defence and security

ISDEF 2017 took place on 6-8 June and successfully solidified the show’s reputation as the largest defence and security event in Israel

Teaching terrorism - a change in approach

Chris Taylor discusses ACT for Youth, the latest counter terrorism safety campaign for young people

Evolution of terrorists’ use of the Internet

Amy-Louise Watkin & Joe Whittaker examine how terrorists use social media to reach audiences less familiar with the deep, dark web

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