A 46-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of being a member of banned far-right group National Action.
The Mayor of London has committed to investing an additional £110 million into the Met Police in the next year.
The new 4G Emergency Services Network (ESN) system has achieved its first successful demonstration over a live public mobile network.
Amber Rudd has said that the UK and US are discussing the fate of the two men who were detained in Syria last month.
A new report has found that over 25 per cent of UK councils have had their computer systems breached in the past five years.
Theresa May has outlined her intention to not let ‘rigid institutional restrictions’ get in the way of a post-Brexit security partnership.
Counter Terror Business magazine is pleased to announce that Sir Michael Fallon will host the inaugural Counter Terror Awards.
Shafi Mohammed Saleem has been sentenced to two years’ imprisonment for encouraging terrorism online.
New Home Office figures reveal that the number of police officers in England and Wales has fallen by 1,213 in six months.
The shortlist for the first Counter Terror Awards, which takes place on 6 March has been announced.
The Home Office has announced the development of new technology to automatically detect terrorist content online.
US officials claim that the last two British men believed to be members of ‘the Beatles’ ISIS cell have been captured.
Counter terrorism police will receive an additional £4 million this year to cover the costs arising from the Parsons Green attack.
The government has announced that it will continue to help secure Lebanon’s border with Syria against terrorism.
Assistant Commissioner Mark Rowley has confirmed he will share his vast experience with delegates attending the World Counter Terror Congress.
Cressida Dick has said that the UK’s fight against terrorism will be more difficult as a result of a potential £54 million gap in funding.
Asqella, a Finland-based company, has developed ARGON, a one-of-a-kind passive submillimetre-wave camera device for concealed threat detection.
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