The high costs of policing and security are of significant concern to many major Event Organisers. We have been passed the following invitation to the 3rd Counter Terrorism Policing Step Change Summit which is being held at Farnborough on the 7th March 2019 which may be of interest to many air display event organisers who wish to understand and learn the latest updates on issues related to Counter Terrorism Policing at major events. The summit is part of a wider event, the Security & Policing Exhibition, organised by the Home Office.

Since its launch in 2017, the Step Change Programme, led by National Counter Terrorism Policing (CTP), has been making progress in addressing the challenges of each of the key themes of the programme; Security and Resilience, Travel and Tourism, Transport, Crowded Places, Cyber and Finance.

CTP would like to invite you to a Step Change Summit, taking place at the Security and Policing exhibition on 7th March 2019.

The Home Office’s Joint Security and Resilience Centre (JSaRC) will facilitate the conference together with representatives from CTP and business. This event represents a unique opportunity to bring industry, and the public sector together, in an environment that will provide the opportunity for all attendees to obtain an update on the outputs and status of each of the key themes of the programme. Key note speakers and subject matter experts from industry and academia will provide contextual and insightful information in support of the programme.

The event will run from 10:00 until 13:00.

Important information

  • Please confirm your attendance by completing the Security and Policing event registration form here.
  • Your visitor badge, confirmation of your place at the Step Change Summit and a detailed itinerary will follow.
  • Please avoid using a non business email address when registering as this may delay or cause difficulties in verifying your application to attend the event.
  • We are unable to facilitate applications from members of the press or media. Please contact the Home Office or Counter Terrorism Policing press offices should you wish to discuss the event.