Officers from Counter Terrorism Policing North East have this morning (Saturday May 1, 2021) arrested five people from West Yorkshire, Wiltshire and North Wales on suspicion of terrorism offences.
Benjamin Hannam found guilty of being a member of a proscribed organisation (National Action).
Christopher Carey from North Anston has been charged as part of an investigation in to Right Wing Terrorism.
White supremacist group, Atomwaffen Division, who also use the alias National Socialist Order, proscribed by parliament.
Counter Terrorism Policing launches vigilance campaign encouraging the public and businesses to report suspicious activity to security staff or police.
Delivering the CTOC will be a multi-year endeavour, but will transform the ability of Counter Terrorism Policing and our key partners.
Action Counters Terrorism App for businesses won ‘Outstanding new security product’ of the year and ACT’s online learning platform was named ‘Outstanding training initiative’.
Counter Terrorism Policing continued to keep the public safe by making 185 arrests across more than 800 live investigations in the year ending 31 December 2020.
The iREPORTit app has been funded by City Hall and created in partnership with the national Counter Terrorism Internet Referral Unit.