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Leading Change in Policing Conference 2012 CT Policing – Continuing to evolve. Assistant Commissioner Cressida Dick – Chair of ACPO TAM.

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1 Leading Change in Policing Conference 2012 CT Policing – Continuing to evolve. Assistant Commissioner Cressida Dick – Chair of ACPO TAM

2 Leading Change in Policing Conference: 22 – 24 May

3 3 CT Operations Since 9/11 30 Mar 2004: Seven men arrested with 600 kg of ammonium nitrate fertilizer - (Op CREVICE) 3 Aug 2004: plot to attack financial district in USA. Dhiren Barot imprisoned for life - (Op RHYME) 7 Jul 2005: London bombings kill 56 people and injure (Op THESEUS) 21 Jul 2005: Failed London bombings - (Op VIVACE) 10 Aug 2006: Transatlantic airline plot - (Op OVERT) 1 Feb 2007: Plot to behead a British Muslim soldier - (Op GAMBLE) 29 Jun 2007: London car bombs and Glasgow Airport attack - (Op SEAGRAM) 7 Mar 2008 – Mohammed Hamid jailed indefinitely for recruiting terrorists – (Op OVERAMP) 27 Dec 2010 – Nine charged with Terrorism Offences in "Christmas bomb plot" – (Op GUAVA) 29 Sept 2011 – Seven charged in Birmingham for bomb plotting - (Op EXAMINE) 30 April 2012 – 4 charged with terrorist training/terrorist preparation offences – (Op ARGONAUT)

4 Leading Change in Policing Conference: 22 – 24 May Changes and Investments People – numbers, skills & relationships Contest Improved national functions Streamlined governance (distributed model) Interagency activity Forensics Prevent IT/technology Intelligence Custody Protective security Firearms and surveillance

5 Leading Change in Policing Conference: 22 – 24 May Recent Focus has been on National Coordination and Tasking National Intelligence Handling Model National Interoperability IT/technology/communication development TAM Business Improvement Olympics

6 Leading Change in Policing Conference: 22 – 24 May National Network Key Counter Terrorist Unit (CTU) Counter Terrorist Intelligence Unit (CTIU)

7 Leading Change in Policing Conference: 22 – 24 May CT Within Policing Special Branch Force response BOCU activity Counter Terrorism Intelligence Units (CTIU) Counter-Terrorism Unit (CTU) Counter-Terrorism Command (CTC) National specialist CT units CONTEST SPR ACPO CT/DE Strategy Force / BCU capability Common regional capability Enhanced national capability (located in regions) National specialist capability National CT strategy International Liaison International Operations

8 Leading Change in Policing Conference: 22 – 24 May Diversification of the Threat Current national threat level - SUBSTANTIAL Threat from: International Terrorism Northern Irish-Related Terrorism Domestic Extremism Broader world events Lone Actors

9 Leading Change in Policing Conference: 22 – 24 May Where we are New CT/DE National Strategy 2012 – 2015 implemented Network Improvement Intelligence Handling Programme 1 National Interoperability programme completed National Coordination Centre NDEU Development/Capability enhanced Olympic + QDJ Preparedness

10 Leading Change in Policing Conference: 22 – 24 May Current Challenges Evolving threat Changes to the policing landscape Legislative reform (Liberty, Privacy, Security) Austerity/fiscal tightening IT and technology Complacency?

11 Leading Change in Policing Conference: 22 – 24 May Next Steps Operations! Network Improvement Intelligence Handling Programme 2 I.T development Home Office review of CT policing structures CT Futures Project – CC Chris SIMS

12 Leading Change in Policing Conference: 22 – 24 May Continuing to evolve - Preserving what works Structural change should be guided by the following principles. That: decisions are based on comprehensive, rigorous and evidence-based analysis operational effectiveness and management of risk are enhanced as a result the local to global Golden Thread of CT policing is preserved (from local communities within the UK through to a threat from overseas) our ability to flex and surge resources across policing is maintained trusted relationships built over many years are not weakened and continue to be fostered local policing continues to deliver and support the Counter terrorism effort

13 Leading Change in Policing Conference: 22 – 24 May Questions


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