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Action Counters Terrorism

ACT

It's more important than ever that everyone plays their part in tackling terrorism. Your actions could help the Police prevent terrorism and save lives.

We are pleased to support a national public awareness campaign encouraging everyone to play their part in tackling terrorism.

Your actions could help Police prevent terrorism and save lives.

To watch a short video, illustrating the types of things to look out for, click here

Like other criminals, terrorists need to plan. If you see or hear something unusual or suspicious trust your instincts and ACT by reporting it in confidence at gov.uk/ACT.

 

ACT_World Cup Former England stars Alan Shearer, David Seaman and Paul Parker have teamed up with Counter Terrorism Policing to offer football fans security advice ahead of the World Cup.

The ex-internationals feature video messages explain how fans can keep themselves and others safe while gathering to watching games. The move is part of a summer long security campaign aimed at protecting crowded places.

Police security experts will again be working in partnership with local authorities and event organisers to ensure that safety and security remains top of the agenda, and they've enlisted the help of pundits Shearer and Parker and former Arsenal goalkeeper Seaman to help deliver this messaging to fans.

While there is no intelligence to indicate an increased threat to World Cup screenings or any other summer events, the new National Coordinator for Protect and Prepare Policing, Chief Superintendent Nick Aldworth, wants the public to know the game plan for better security.

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