Allies strike chemical weapon facility in Syria

RAF forces have joined the US and France in a precision strike on Syrian installations, following the recent chemical weapon attack.

UK used as a reference for Counter Terror Response

HMICFRS said the UK counter terrorism network has capabilities that are 'unmatched internationally' and claims that other countries’ have examined at the UK’s command arrangements in detail

A separation centre has opened at HMP Full Sutton, allowing offenders with extremist views to be separated from the mainstream prisoner population

New measures will include a ban on the sale of the most dangerous corrosive products to under-18s

Project Servator goes live across whole of London

Project Servator is now operating across the entirety of London, helping police to better deter, detect and disrupt terrorism in the capital.

Most successful Security & Counter Terror Expo to date

Accommodating over 10,000 visitors and 71 international delegations, March’s SCTX was the most successful iteration of the show to date.

Extra £800 million for MOD in the next financial year

The Chancellor and Defence Secretary have confirmed that the MOD will benefit from an extra £800 million in the next financial year.

Teen set up terror social media channel while on bail

A 16-year-old boy, arrested last June, set up a social media channel to provide tips about hacking while on bail.

UK to remain on high terror alert for at least two years

Reports have suggested that the UK will remain on its heightened terror alert for at least two more years.

Fire crews sent away from Manchester Arena blast

An independent report into the Manchester Arena attack has found poor communication meant firefighters were sent away from the scene.

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.


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