In-line with the latest security advice, the National Stakeholder Menu of Tactical Options (‘Menu of Tactical Options’) has been updated to better support businesses with implementing changes to their security management and decision-making processes during periods of increased national threat.

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The PSHE Association, in collaboration with the Department for Education and the National Counter Terrorism Security Office (NaCTSO), has released new and improved ACT for Youth lesson plans to help young people protect themselves and keep safe in the event of a knife or gun attack.

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PortSafe, a national brand of security and safety within commercial maritime, has shared a set of updated promotional materials. PortSafe is an anonymous process for reporting concerns within your port or port facility.

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The conflict between Israel and Hamas has continued to intensify. From a UK policing perspective, we are seeing the impact of this conflict through a number of high profile protests in UK cities and a marked increase in hate crime reporting.

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The National Counter Terrorism Security Office (NaCTSO) hosted a stand at the Global Counter Terror & Serious and Organised Crime Summit within the International Security Expo at Olympia in London. The event brought networks together to help us build stronger relationships with partners. Speakers across Counter Terrorism Policing and NaCTSO shared updates on the evolving threat and the guidance and support on offer for business and security operators.

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Police are issuing an urgent appeal to the public to help trace a 21-year-old man who has escaped from prison.

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… media accounts for work-related purposes, and the same devices used for personal activities are often used for work …

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The UCI Cycling World Championships will be hosted in Glasgow and across Scotland during the month of August, 2023.

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… Vehicle Borne terrorist attacks (Vehicle Borne Improvised Explosive Device (VBIED) or Vehicle as Weapon (VAW)) against the …

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… found guilty on three counts of making or possessing an explosive substance under suspicious circumstances contrary … chemistry equipment, electronic circuitry and even an improvised explosive device, which was dismantled and not deemed functional.   …

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