The Civil Nuclear Constabulary is a specialist armed police service dedicated to the UK civil nuclear industry.

Former Assistant Commissioner John Yates, the National lead for Counter Terrorist Policing for England & Wales, discusses the threat of international terrorism and how to respond to this

Risk and security expert Anthony Stead offers insight into the events of 15 August 1998 when the Real Irish Republican Army targeted a busy shopping street in Omagh, Northern Ireland

Kees van Haperen, CEO of the United Kingdom National Defence Association, discusses the coalition government’s strategies when it comes to protecting UK interests, at home and abroad

How has NATO enhanced its structures and capabilities to better respond to the ever-evolving challenges posed by terrorism? NATO’s Counter Terrorism section explains

Baroness Neville-Jones, Minister of State for Security and Counter-Terrorism, explains the UK Government’s strategies on counter-terrorism powers and measures

Hugo Rosemont, security policy advisor to AIDIS, explores developments in UK and EU counter-terrorism polices

Chris Philips, head of the National Counter Terrorism Security Office, discusses the terror threat and its business implications

Has the Coalition Government’s National Security Strategy, Strategic Defence and Security Review paved the way for a more integrated approach to the formulation and delivery of UK security policy?

Chris Phillips, head of National Counter Terrorism Security Office, advises businesses on how to reduce their vulnerability to terrorism

Take care not to stereotype terrorism – it has many forms, warns Dr Dave Sloggett, speaker at this year’s Emergency Services Show

How can we encourage businesses to protect themselves from
an attack that most see as unlikely and some see as non-existent? Written by Chris Phillips, head of the National Counter Terrorism Security Office.

Baroness Neville-Jones, Minister of State for Security, discusses the next 12 months for counter-terrorism in the UK

Chris Phillips DCI, head of the National Counter Terrorism Security Office, looks at how businesses can help reduce their vulnerability to a terrorist attack

Countering the terrorism threat is high up on the list of priorities for the Government, police and the security industry and a partnership between the three is vital in order to ensure that risks are reduced. The private security industry is playing an increasing role in this through its support of CONTEST, the Home Office’s counter-terrorism strategy. David Evans, a British Security Industry Authority’s (BSIA) director, looks at how the private security industry can support this strategy