NPSA's (formerly CPNI) page provides information and advice on the most concerning and relevant threat scenarios currently facing UK government and industry.
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The primary role of Counter Terrorism Security Advisors (CTSAs) is to provide help, advice and guidance on all aspects of counter terrorism protective security to specified industry sectors. In addition, CTSAs are responsible for the provision of protective security advice to Publicly Accessible Locations (areas where there may be large crowds who…
It is vital for travellers and staff to be prepared for any situation you may find yourself or your family and friends in. The videos below will help you prepare for the unlikely event of a terrorist incident.
Documents and information that explain how to secure hazardous materials.
When considering public health and safety, local authorities should seek to ensure a balanced consideration for security implications, particularly the risk to groups of people from interaction with hostile vehicles, and the creation of large crowds in new public spaces.
The Outdoor Education Advisers’ Panel (OEAP) is the lead body for guidance, advice and training related to outdoor learning and educational visits in England and Wales. We support our members (currently numbering around 120) in their work with schools, colleges and services to children and young people.
NPSA works with partners in government, police, industry and academia to identify risks to and reduce the vulnerability of the national infrastructure, focusing in particular on critical national infrastructure.
The use of vehicles as a weapon remains a realistic possibility, amongst other forms of attack covered later in this document. Vehicles are widely available and easy to use with devastating effect. Consequently, driving a vehicle into a queue or crowd is a low complexity attack and easy to initiate.