With the coronavirus pandemic changing all of our day to day routines, it is understandable that the threat from terrorism isn’t necessarily front of mind for everyone across the country. But as Counter Terrorism Policing know, sadly it has not gone away which is why we still need the public to be vigilant when they are out and about – where ever they may be.
As a result Counter Terrorism Awareness Advisors, on behalf of Counter Terrorism Policing North East are delivering ACT Awareness* and SCaN **(See Check and Notify) presentations remotely via Microsoft Teams on the following dates :
Each session last approximately 1 hour subject to any IT complications.
If you or any of your staff are interested in participating in any of the above sessions please contact your local CTAA’s on the below emails before 19/02/2021 to avoid missing out.
Obviously if the sessions become oversubscribed or you are unable to attend any of the above sessions further sessions will be promoted shortly and if you require any further information regarding ACT Awareness or SCaN please do not hesitate to contact them
*ACT Awareness Designed to raise awareness of the threat of terrorism and provide advice to protect yourselves and your organisation from an attack and what to do in the event of a terrorist attack. 1 hour via MS Teams; Suitable for all staff
**SCaN (See Check and Notify) Designed to raise awareness of what hostile reconnaissance is and how it can be deterred and to encourage suspicious activity to be reported. Emphasises the importance of vigilance and the ‘Power of Hello’. 1 hour via MS Teams; Suitable for all staff