As we continue to explore some of the key roles at Counter Terrorism Policing for #JusticeTogether week, our focus turns to how we support those at the centre of a terrorist incident.
As part of #JusticeTogether week, we thought we’d shine a light on some of the key roles in our network, starting with a Counter Terrorism SIO.
“If you are worried about someone you know expressing extreme views or hatred, then please trust your instincts and ACT Early.”
London has played host to the world’s leading counter-terrorism and security experts this week, as the annual LinCT-AA conference took place in the capital.
The co-founder of proscribed organisation National Action has today (17 May) been convicted of being a member of the banned extreme right-wing neo-Nazi group.
Counter Terrorism Police is encouraging live music fans to #BeSafeBeSound as it collaborates with the UK's biggest festivals and venues on a brand new campaign.
A man who gave an uninvited speech at a mosque, in which he encouraged worshippers to commit violent jihad, has been jailed.
A Lancashire man was jailed for posting extreme right-wing and racist material online and for making indecent photographs or pseudo-photographs of a child.
A man from west London who was convicted of inciting racial hatred for posting messages on social media encouraging violence in Nigeria has been jailed.