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UNITED KINGDOM

On this section of the Security Website we are going to inform you of what your government intelligence and security agencies are doing to protect YOU.

In this ever changing socio-political environment, and since the shift from the Cold War era to the global threat of terrorism, the team at the Security Website will let you know what information is of use to you, along with other useful information regarding intelligence policies and intelligence resilience and oversight.

We have compiled a list of reports by certain government bodies that explain and highlight what they do and what they have done in the past. A list of government bodies attributed to the oversight of intelligence agencies are listed below.

****ALL REPORTS OPEN IN A NEW WINDOW FROM THEIR PARENT SITE****



 

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COUNTER TERRORISM STRATEGY  (CONTEST)

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The aim of CONTEST is to reduce the risk to the UK and its interests overseas from terrorism, so that people can go about their lives freely and with confidence.

The scope of this revised CONTEST strategy has been broadened to cover all forms of terrorism.

Our counter-terrorism strategy will continue to be organised around four workstreams, each comprising a number of key objectives

Pursue: to stop terrorist attacks

Prevent: to stop people becoming terrorists or supporting terrorism

Protect: to strengthen our protection against a terrorist attack

Prepare: to mitigate the impact of a terrorist attack


Download the full strategy document, the executive summary and translations of the executive summary.

 

CONTEST summary (PDF file - 1mb - Warning: large file)

CONTEST strategy (PDF file - 3mb - Warning: large file)

Arabic translation of the summary of CONTEST (PDF file - 120kb)

Urdu translation of the summary of CONTEST (PDF file - 205kb)

Welsh translation of the summary of CONTEST (PDF file - 108kb)




Review of the Intelligence on the London Terrorist Attacks on 7 July 2005 (published May 2009)

This Report addresses the unanswered questions relating to the intelligence on the 7/7 bombers, particularly those arising out of the investigation of the 2004 fertiliser bomb (CREVICE) plot.

 

Review of the Intelligence on the London Terrorist Attacks on 7 July 2005 (published 2009)

The Prime Minister's Written Ministerial Statement

 


 

Report into Rendition (published July 2007)

This Report considers whether the UK security and intelligence Agencies had any knowledge of, and/or involvement in, rendition operations, and also the Agencies' overall policy for intelligence sharing with foreign liaison services.

 

Report into Rendition (published 2007)

The Government's Response to the Intelligence and Security Committee's Report on Rendition

 


 

Report into the London Terrorist Attacks on 7 July 2005 (published May 2006)

This Report examines intelligence and security matters relevant to the July terrorist attacks, focusing in particular on: whether any intelligence which may have helped prevent the attacks was missed or overlooked; why the threat level to the UK was lowered prior to the attacks and what impact this had; and what lessons were learned from these attacks, and how these lessons are being applied.

 

Intelligence and Security Committee Report into the London Terrorist Attacks on 7 July 2005

Government Response to the Intelligence and Security Committee Report into the London Terrorist Attacks on 7 July 2005

 


 

The Handling of detainees by UK Intelligence Personnel in Afghanistan, Guantanamo Bay and Iraq

This report covers the contact between detainees and the SIS, Security Service, both military and civilian DIS staff and military intelligence personnel in Afghanistan, Guantanamo Bay and Iraq.

 

Handling of Detainees by UK Intelligence Personnel in Afganistan, Guantanamo Bay and Iraq

Government Response to the Intelligence and Security Committee's Report on the Handling of Detainees by UK Intelligence Personnel in Afghanistan, Guantanamo Bay and Iraq

 


 

Iraqi Weapons of Mass Destruction – Intelligence and Assessments (published September 2003)

This report examines whether the available intelligence, which informed the decision to invade Iraq, was adequate and properly assessed and whether it was accurately reflected in Government publications.

 

Iraqi weapons of mass destruction –; Intelligence and Assessments

Government's Response to the ISC's Report on Iraqi WMD – Intelligence and Assessments 11 September 2003

 


 

Inquiry into Intelligence, Assessments and Advice prior to the Terrorist bombings on Bali 12 October 2002

This report examines the threat assessment system and its application, whether Indonesia was a sufficiently high intelligence priority, and whether the travel advice provided by the FCO accurately communicated the assessed threat.

 

Inquiry into Intelligence, Assessments and Advice prior to the Terrorist Attack on Bali 12 October 2002

Government Response to the ISC Inquiry into Intelligence, Assessments and Advice prior to the Terrorist Bombings on Bali 12 October 2002

 


 

Report into the Security and Intelligence Agencies' handling of the information provided by Mr Mitrokhin 1999)

This report examines the policies and procedures adopted by the Security and Intelligence Agencies for the handling of information supplied by Mr Mitrokhin.

 

Mitrokhin Report

Government response to the Mitrokhin Report



 

Sierra Leone (published in April 1999)

The report investigates claims made of British intelligence involvement in the events which led to the restoration of the Kabbah government in Sierra Leone.

 

Sierra Leone

Government Response to the Intelligence and Security Committee Report on Sierra Leone



OTHER REPORTS OF INTEREST

Review of Intelligence on Weapons of Mass Destruction: Implemetation of conclusions

National Intelligence Machinery

Intelligence Oversight

 


 

OTHER INSTITUTIONS AND GOVERNMENT WEBSITES OF INTEREST


Council of the European Union: Fight against terrorism

http://www.consilium.europa.eu/cms3_fo/showPage.asp?id=406〈=EN&mode=g6

 

Home Office Security: Counter terrorism strategy

http://security.homeoffice.gov.uk/counter-terrorism-strategy/

 

International Institute for Counter terrorism

http://www.ict.org.il

 

Memorial Institute for the prevention of terrorism: countering terrorism with knowledge

http://www.mipt.org/

 

National Counter Terrorism Security Office

http://www.nactso.gov.uk

 

UK resilience

http://www.ukresilience.info/emergencies/terrorism.aspx

 

UN Action to counter terrorism

http://www.un.org/terrorism/

 

UN Security Council: Counter-terrorism Committee

http://www.un.org/sc/ctc/

 

US Counter Terrorism Office

http://www.state.gov/s/ct/

 

Global War on Terrorism/Strategic Studies Institute

http://www.strategicstudiesinstitute.army.mil/global-war-on-terrorism

 


 

OTHER NATIONS INTELLIGENCE REPORTS AND OVERSIGHT

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