Rental Vehicle Security Scheme launched

A Rental Vehicle Security Scheme has been launched to mitigate the risk of rental vehicles being used as weapons.

Three men arrested on suspicion of terrorism offences

Police have arrested three men on suspicion of terrorism offences, following an investigation into extreme right-wing activity in the UK.

MoD Police supports Project Servator at Christmas

MDP is supporting Counter Terrorism Policing's Christmas campaign and is promoting the use of Project Servator during the festive season.

MI6 warns Russia of underestimating UK

Head of MI6 warns Russia not to underestimate the UK’s ability to retaliate in the wake of the Salisbury nerve agent attack.

Home Office awards ESN test contract

The Home Office has awarded a multi-million-pound contract to test the ESN as it continues it’s transition to 4G based communications.

Safeguards governing investigatory powers come into effect

The Home Office has revealed that warrants permitting the use of the most intrusive investigatory powers will now require the approval of a judge.

Wallace to warn of security dangers post-Brexit

Ben Wallace is to warn of how a no-deal Brexit would hit UK-EU security ties and have a worrying impact on protecting the public.

Social media firms failing to pass on information

Sir Mark Rowley has criticised social media companies for failing to alert ­police to any suspicious terrorist activity on their platforms.

‘Dehumanising’ counter terrorism measures in France

A new report from Amnesty International has criticised the ‘dehumanising’ counter terrorism measures in France.

MI5 failed to track Manchester bomber

MPs have reported that MI5 made a mistake in failing to track the 2017 Manchester Arena bomber.

Call for evidence on extremism in England and Wales

Sara Khan has called on the public to share their views, experience and evidence on extremism and its impact.

Counter Terror Business goes digital

The Counter Terror Business brand is relaunching as a digital only magazine and new interactive website.

Terror attack victims let down by mental health support

A new study has revealed that victims of terror attacks are waiting up to 14 months for their trauma to be treated by NHS mental health services.

Lack of leadership on cyber, say MPs

MPs warn that the government is not acting with the urgency and forcefulness that the current cyber threat requires.

Security must be Christmas priority

Counter Terrorism Policing is launching its biggest-ever winter advertising campaign for the public.

Mayor calls for separate EU security agreement

Sadiq Khan has called for a separate security agreement with the European Union to protect the safety of Londoners after Brexit.