UK Threat Levels 2015.528.1929.4785 AppXBundle for Windows Phone
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UK THREAT LEVEL will keep you informed about the current level of terrorism threat to the UK as defined by MI5 and the Home Office.With the current threats from ISIS (ISIL), Al Qaida (AQ), the Tunisia beach ... Read More > or Install Now >
UK Threat Levels App / Specifications
- • Version: 2015.528.1929.4785
- • Price: Free
- • Content rating: None
- • Requirements: Windows Phone 8.1
- • File name: uk-threat-levels.appxbundle
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- • Added: October 9, 2015
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UK THREAT LEVEL will keep you informed about the current level of terrorism threat to the UK as defined by MI5 and the Home Office.
With the current threats from ISIS (ISIL), Al Qaida (AQ), the Tunisia beach incident and the radicalisation in our schools; if you’re worried about the UK being a target? Feeling uneasy about using Public Transport, going to London, Flying, or just generally anxious about the possibilities each day? Calm Down, the UK Government's counter terrorism strategy aims to reduce the risk from international terrorism, so that people can go about their business freely and with confidence. While the current terrorist threat presents many challenges, public safety is their absolute priority.
UK THREAT LEVEL will keep you informed about the current threat level, what you should do, who to contact and more.. You will also be alerted should the Threat Level change.
The Government can never guarantee that attacks will not happen in the future, but its security effort is dedicated to reducing the risk as much as possible. Assessments of the level and nature of the threat from international terrorism are made by the Joint Terrorism Analysis Centre (JTAC); the Security Service is responsible for setting the threat levels from Irish and other domestic terrorism both in NI and GB.
Threat levels in themselves do not require specific responses from the public. They are a tool for security practitioners working across different sectors of what is called the Critical National Infrastructure (CNI) and the police to use in determining what protective security response may be required. By its very nature, intelligence cannot be revealed completely and there will always be limitations to what they can say about security and the responses they have planned.
UK Threat Level data is provided by Mi5 although this application is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with, MI5 or the Home Office.