Extreme Right-Wing Terrorism (ERWT) describes those involved in Extreme Right-Wing activity who use violence in furtherance of their ideology. These ideologies can be broadly characterised as Cultural Nationalism, White Nationalism and White Supremacism.
Northumbria University have explored the impact of NaCTSO’s public offerings, including any unintended consequences. With collaboration from:

Dr Paul Dresser
Professor Mike Rowe
Dr Jamie Harding

We look at the threat that organisations and individuals face from Left-Wing, Anarchist and Single-Issue Terrorism (LASIT).
In this article we take an analytical look into the threat picture during the Christmas period.
Cyber-attacks against UK businesses take a number of forms and vary significantly in scale and complexity.
The ProtectUK Analysts give an insight into Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) threats.
Evidence-based policing (EBP) means the best available evidence is used to inform and challenge policing policies, practices and decisions. As the terrorist threat evolves, this important approach ensures that the work NaCTSO undertakes is effective, collaborative and responsive to the problems we face.
Whilst the likelihood of a terrorist attack is relatively low, it is important to understand the varying levels of complexity that an attack can manifest.
In this article we take an analytical look into the threat from Blunt and Bladed Force Weapons.