SCTX announces Mark Rowley as speaker

Fresh from announcing his retirement from the Metropolitan Police, Assistant Commissioner Mark Rowley has confirmed he will share his vast experience with delegates attending the World Counter Terror Congress at this year’s Security & Counter Terror Expo. Rowley, who has served in the police for over three decades and is credited for working alongside intelligence services to foil 23 terror attacks in the UK since 2013, will discuss national security at the World Counter Terror Congress, joining an array of leading speakers, including Sir Julian King, European Commissioner for the Security Union, Detective Chief Superintendent Scott Wilson, National Counter Terrorism Protect and Prepare Coordinator and Chief Constable Simon Cole, Leicestershire Police Force and National Lead on Prevent Strategy for the National Police Chiefs Council. Richard Walton, UK Security Week Special Advisor, said: “SCTX is the leading national event which is why so many leading figures want to attend and share their views. Bringing Mark Rowley as speaker will help nations around the world learn from his unique experiences in leading the UK response to the terrorist atrocities of 2017 so they can evolve their own strategies.” Rowley is set to retire in March.