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David Roney, Superintendent, Counter Terrorism, British Transport Police (BTP) David Roney, Superintendent, Counter Terrorism, British Transport Police (BTP) Presentation Transcript

  • Securing and Policing Britain’s Transport Hubs David Roney Superintendent, Counter Terrorism British Transport Police (BTP)
  • British Transport Police Supt. David Roney
  • 1.3 Billion Journeys 1.1 Billion Journeys LUL 2804 Stations 10,253 Miles of Track. 3,500 Poliec/PCSOs Interaction with 52 Police Forces
  • Vulnerability • • • • • Open space - Accessible Economic Imperative No compulsory identity checks No compulsory luggage checks Transient community
  • Risks to UK network • Bomb Threats • Unattended Items • Deliberate Hoaxes • Over Reaction • Terrorist Attacks
  • Aim • Keeping the Railway – Safe & Secure – Moving
  •          BTP CT Strategy Reduce Risk Deter Terrorists Reassure Public & Staff Minimise Disruption Resilient Response Prompt Resolution Combine CT & Crime Tcatics Hostile Environment Consequence Management
  • History • PIRA/INLA – Warnings – 10p Terrorism • 9/11 Game Changer • Current Threat – AQ Inspired – Lone Actor – Simple
  • HOT • Hidden • Obvious • Typical Categorisation • Cat 1 • Cat 2
  • Counter Terrorism Support Unit
  • CTSU Vision Statement To Deter, Disrupt and Detect Terrorism and Crime on the Railway Network, Providing Reassurance to our Communities, the Travelling Public and our Colleagues.
  • CTSU • • • • • • • • Specialist Response Capability Armed Patrols Specialist Dog Assets High Visibility Policing Training Delivery Policy & Liaison Partnerships & Engagement Linked to Special Branch and National CT Assets
  • Specialist Response Officers • Unattended Items • Loose materials and white powders • Unattributable odours • Profiling
  • Armed Policing • • • • Launched February 2012 MTFA Threat 9 locations 4 Additional Locations April 2014
  • Explosive Search Dogs • Proactive and Passive Detection • Defensive and RVP Search • High Profile Patrol and Passenger Screening • Trial and Testing
  • General Purpose Dogs • • • • Football/Events Crime Metal Theft General patrolling and Tasking
  • Counter Terrorism Support Unit • Provides Armed Patrol capability • Ability to deploy unarmed to support CT Policing • Ability to deploy unarmed to support other policing operations
  • Special Movements Section • Escort - - “Protected” VIP’s Government Ministers Royal Family Visiting Diplomats • Royal Train
  • Griffin & Argus • Nationwide • Railway Specific • Bespoke to Your Needs
  • The Future • Fit for Purpose – Old – New – Emerging • Dog Project • Future Proofing • Engagement
  • Questions?