This course is aimed at anyone with the ability to take mitigating measures against terrorist attacks. The UK Government’s counter-terrorism strategy provides a framework through which the course will address the responsibilities held by Publicly Accessible Locations, the emergency services, and the wider security industry.
Beginning by developing a rounded understanding of the definitions, motivations and ideologies of terrorism, this course will go on to provide participants with a practicable understanding of the range of mitigation and preparation measures that ought to be considered across sectors.
The course will deliver the following modules:
- Defining terrorism
- Terrorists’ motivations
- Terrorist ideologies
- CONTEST: The UK’s counter-terrorism strategy
- Using intelligence to disrupt plots
- Using physical security measures to disrupt, deter and displace attacks
- The Protect Duty (Martyn’s Law)
- The Prevent Duty
- Preparedness to respond during and in the immediate aftermath of an attack
- Training in counter-terrorism
- Learning lessons from successes and failures
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