Faith Community Security Briefings

Counter Terrorism Policing are offering further personal security briefings delivered on Microsoft teams for elected representatives as well as local faith leaders.  The briefings will be taking place monthly in February, March and April and will then move to bi-monthly briefings being delivered in June, August, October and December. Whilst the personal security briefings will continue to be broken down into geographical areas and will be delivered locally, you are welcome to attend any session.

There will be an opportunity within the briefing to ask questions to the presenter, however any questions should relate to details contained within the briefing. Any specific questions regarding individual security measures or issues should be directed to your local policing team. For more information see link below

NCPP Letter for Personal Security Briefings (003)

Faith Security Training project
We are pleased to announce the piloting of the Faith Security Training
project. This is a brand-new course developed by the Home Office, in
consultation with experts from security and policing partners, that will be
a free learning resource for faith communities.

The course, which is five modules in total, is designed to equip
participants with essential skills to enhance the security and safety in
their places of worship. Participating in the pilot will give you the chance
to contribute your expertise and materially shape the project, ensuring it
is effective at helping keep communities safe when the project is rolled
out more widely.

We would like to invite members of faith communities, particularly people
in positions of leadership or responsibility for security at places of
worship, to attend and provide feedback on the content and delivery.
If you are interested in attending one of the pilot sessions, please
complete the expression of interest form here


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