National Counter Terrorism Security Office (NaCTSO)
Advice for the public on the steps they can take to keep themselves safe in the rare event of a firearms or weapons attack.
Guidance on increasing the protection of crowded places from a terrorist attack.
Guidance to help businesses plan to deal with the impact of a major incident or disaster.
New online first aid package for treatment of casualties during a terrorist incident.
A guidance note on developing Dynamic Lockdown Procedures
Advice for security managers of crowded places to improve their security stance
Procedures for managing bomb threats.
Offers advice on planning for a terrorist incident and what action to take in the event of an attack.
This guidance is designed to help people respond safely to incidents involving hazardous substances, including ‘acid attacks’.
How you must store precursor chemicals (including hydrogen peroxide or ammonium nitrate), toxins and radioactive materials on your premises.
Project ARGUS is a NaCTSO counter terrorism testing and exercising initiative.
This updated guide, published in April 2014, gives advice about counter-terrorism protective security design.
Today we are focusing on the danger that vulnerable people face from online radicalisation.
Protect your assets - people, buildings and information - by identifying and managing the risks and addressing your security and resilience needs.
To mark the beginning of Counter Terrorism Awareness Week the police service is reminding the public of how they can help us tackle the current terror threat
Guide to counter-terrorism protective security design for those involved in the planning, design and development of the built environment.
If you store or handle fertiliser, you must secure it to prevent it from being stolen.
Information to remind farmers about the need to secure their fertiliser and to report thefts and losses promptly.
Security advice for those who people, manage or work in the general aviation sector.
Counter terrorism security advisers help businesses and local communities.
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