New £412 million Capital counter terror hub

Sadiq Khan and the Metropolitan Police have announced a £412 million investment to create a new counter terrorism hub in London.

New report assesses threat of terrorism on rental sector

A new report has analysed how the vehicle rental sector can work with the government to combat the threat of vehicle terrorism.

Figures indicate improved referrals to Prevent

6,093 individuals were referred to the government’s Prevent programme between April 2016 to March 2017.

Parsons Green bomber did not agree to Prevent

A former mentor of the Parsons Green bomber has said that the teenager had not agreed to take part in the Prevent programme.

Body cameras reduce need for police taser use

Assistant Chief Constable Andy Battle says that police officers who wear body cameras taser fewer suspects.

Ahmed Hassan jailed for life

Ahmed Hassan has been sentenced to serve a minimum of 34 years for planting a bomb on an underground tube at Parsons Green.

Attacker shot dead after taking hostages in French supermarket

A gunman, who had taken a hostage in French supermarket in Trebes, has been shot by French law enforcement officers.

Mosques launch alternative to Prevent scheme

Mosques have launched a new anti-radicalisation programme as an alternative to the often-criticised Prevent strategy.

Security services have ‘raised the bar’ since Westminster

Assistant Commissioner Neil Basu has said that security services have ‘raised the bar’ since the terrorist attacks of 2017.

Safety Greater Manchester plans published

Greater Manchester has set out its priorities for building community safety across Greater Manchester.

Culprits behind nerve agent attack ‘will be found’

Neil Basu has said he is confident that the culprits behind the recent Salisbury nerve agent attack would be found.

Vehicle rental sector supports new ACT campaign

The BVRLA is supporting the new national ACT campaign to help raise awareness of the different methods of terrorist attacks.

MPs call for security focus in Brexit talks

New report warns of legal and political obstacles in the way of achieving continued close policing and security cooperation post-Brexit.

Police spend £1.3 million on cyber crime training

UK police forces spent a total of £1,320,341 on cyber crime training courses in the last three years.

NaCTSO launch Action Counters Terrorism

NaCTSO has launched its Action Counters Terrorism campaign which encourages people to report suspicious behaviour.

NHS Prevent programme becoming blurred

New research by the University of Warwick has found that the line between mental illness and radicalisation is becoming increasingly blurred.

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