Business Continuity: Flood. Cyber attack. Supply chain failure or losing a key employee. Disruptions to your business can happen at any moment. Business continuity is about having a plan to deal with difficult situations, so your organization can continue to function with as little disruption as possible.
National Counter Terrorism Security Office: It only takes a moment to make a report online.
In an emergency, or if you need urgent police assistance, you should always dial 999.
You can also report suspicious activity by contacting the police on 101. It’s probably nothing but… if you see or hear anything that could be terrorist-related trust your instincts and call the Confidential Hotline on 0800 789 321
If you think you have seen someone acting suspiciously, or if you see a vehicle, unattended package or bag which might be an immediate threat, move away and call 999.
Project Servator: Our officers also engage with the online community, sharing information about Project Servator and its successes. On Twitter, follow #ProjectServator
Project Servator aims to deter, detect and disrupt a range of criminal activity, including terrorism while providing a reassuring presence for the public. Our officers are experienced and specially trained to spot the tell-tale signs that someone is planning or preparing to commit an act of crime.
What you can expect to see:
Project Servator’s patrols are highly visible and can happen anytime and in any location. If you see Project Servator officers in your area, there’s nothing to be concerned about. It’s normal police activity and isn’t linked to any specific intelligence about a threat to the area.
You’ll see, as a minimum, uniform and plain clothes officers. Still, we might also include officers from other departments such as dog or horse units, the Marine Policing Unit or armed officers depending on our specific requirements. We might also work with British Transport Police at transport hubs or Aviation Police at airports.
Officers will talk to the public, local businesses and private security staff to let them know what they’re doing and remind them to be vigilant, trust their instincts and report any suspicious or unusual behaviour. You may also see posters on display boards and officers handing out leaflets explaining more about Project Servator.
The UK’s resilience to terrorism is to be increased, as the Government announces details for the Protect Duty, now to be known as ‘Martyn’s Law’ in tribute of Martyn Hett, who was killed alongside 21 others in the Manchester Arena terrorist attack in 2017.
Working closely with security partners, business and victims’ groups, including Figen Murray and the Martyn’s Law Campaign Team, and Survivors Against Terror, the new duty will require venues to take steps to improve public safety, with measures dependent on the size of the venue and the activity taking place.
The threat picture is complex and ever-evolving. Recent attacks demonstrate that terrorists may choose to target a broad range of locations. Martyn’s Law will ensure that security preparedness is delivered consistently across the UK, ensuring better protection of the public.