SECURITY UPDATE: Following the incident in the Oxford Street area at approximately 16.40 hours on Friday 24 November, see the notification briefing from Cross-sector Safety & Security Communications (CSSC).
Below are recommended links for further guidance from the National Counter Terrorism Security Office.
- Advice for Security Managers during a heightened threat level (National Counter Terrorism Security Office)
- NaCTSO Homepage (National Counter
- Terrorism Security Office)
- Stay Safe Advice
- Recognising the Terrorist Threat
- Protecting Crowded Places from Terrorism
- CSSC – Advice to Business
- Advice for Security Managers to Improve your Security Stance
- Report Online Terrorist Material
- Working Together to Prevent Terrorism
- Developing Dynamic Lockdown Procedures
- Citizen Aid Advice
- Preventing Radicalisation
- ACT: Action Counters Terrorism
- Centre for the Protection of National Infrastructure Advice
If you suspect it, report it. ANTI-TERRORIST HOTLINE: 0800 789 321
Communities and businesses can assist the Counter Terrorism Internet Referral Unit by reporting suspected online terrorist activity by using the reporting function here.
There is a wide range of help and advice available online if you are concerned that someone you know is showing signs of being radicalised. You can visit www.preventtragedies.co.uk for information and resources in a range of languages.
Another useful online resource is Let’s Talk About It. It is an initiative designed to provide practical help and guidance to all communities in order to stop people becoming terrorists or supporting terrorism.
In an emergency, always call 999. For non emergencies, call 101.
For further information, please visit the National Counter Terrorism Security Office website.
Heart of London Radio Link users should continue to ensure their radios are fully charged and switched on to channel 3. If your business is not currently part of the Radio Link scheme, please contact Rico Pieri at email@example.com