Ministerial role

Minister for Security

Responsibilities

The minister is responsible for:

  • international counter-terrorism
  • counter-terrorism operations
  • Pursue, including TPIMs and DWA policy
  • counter-terrorism policing, including section 26 authorisations
  • communications capabilities, including communications data
  • Protect, including critical national infrastructure
  • security exports, Olympic legacy and the 2014 Commonwealth Games
  • counter-terrorism science and technology, including chemical, biological, radioactive, nuclear and explosive
  • space security
  • maritime security
  • Guantanamo detainees and civil litigation
  • Prevent, including extremism task force and RICU
  • mass fatalities, civil contingencies, interoperability
  • aviation security
  • proscription
  • Prepare
  • political and domestic extremism
  • terrorist finance
  • Northern Ireland
  • European Union, including justice and home affairs opt-out
  • special cases, including exclusions, deprivations, national security deportations
  • National Crime Agency
  • serious organised crime
  • cyber crime and security
  • fraud and asset recovery
  • human trafficking, including the Modern Slavery Bill

Previous holders of this role

  1. The Rt Hon James Brokenshire

    • 2010 to 2014

Announcements

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  1. Details of ministerial appointments announced

    • News story
  2. Sex trafficking gang dismantled

    • News story
  3. National Fraud Authority anual report and accounts: 2012 to 2013

    • Statement to Parliament
  4. New campaign urges people to be 'Cyber Streetwise'

    • News story
  5. How nuclear forensics can help us to tackle nuclear terrorism

    • Speech
  6. Ministers call time on Costa del Crime

    • News story
  7. Protecting our mosques and religious institutions

    • News story
  8. James Brokenshire speech on cutting organised and serious crime

    • Speech
  9. European Commission’s proposals on Eurojust and the European Public Prosecutor’s Office

    • Statement to Parliament
  10. Christmas shoppers warned to take care with online shopping

    • News story