Communications resources around REMOVE, REMOVE, REMOVE
With the UK hosting the Eurovision Song Contest in Liverpool on behalf of Ukraine in May 2023, the number of visitors to the area from around the UK, visitors arriving from different countries and celebrations around the country means crowded spaces and large crowds are a potential target for terrorist activity. 
As Christmas approaches, we start to see more people attending events, heading to markets and shopping on our high streets. Public vigilance at this time of year is vital when it comes to keeping everyone safe, so we’re reminding people to keep an eye on what’s happening in their cities, towns and villages. 

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With a summer full of events such as Pride, Wimbledon, cricket, bank holidays and marathons, we need to consider the part we can play in keeping everyone safe.

Counter Terrorism Policing’s Summer campaign aims to encourage businesses and the public to trust their instincts and report anything that doesn’t feel right.
Counter Terrorism Policing wants live music fans to #BeSafeBeSound, as it collaborates with the UK’s music industry to deliver vital safety advice to the public.