Counter Terror Business 54
Published reports and expected legislation
2023 has seen the publication of two important reports. The first is William Shawcross’s long-awaited and much-delayed Independent Review of Prevent. While the recommendations have been accepted by the government, many others have publicly criticised the report.
The second is the third and final volume of the Manchester Arena Inquiry, which focuses on radicalisation and preventability. This issue of Counter Terror Business magazine looks at both of these reports in detail.
We have also heard that draft legislation for Martyn’s Law is set to be published in Spring - so, imminently. Figen Murray explains what we can expect to see and what it has taken to get this far.
In this issue, we also look ahead to several events in the coming months, including The Security Event, The Counter Terror Expo and The International Security Expo and cover the topics of HVM, Facial Recognition Technology and cybersecurity.
Polly Jones, editor