Do Summer Safely – Counter Terrorism Policing’s summer vigilance campaign

The Counter Terrorism Policing HQ has launched its Summer Vigilance campaign.

The campaign aims to encourage the public to report anything which ‘doesn’t feel right’ and to ‘trust their instincts’.

We can support by sharing the need to be vigilant among people celebrating the Women’s Euros, Commonwealth Games and other sporting, stadium and crowd events taking place over the summer.

This campaign complements the recently unveiled #BeSafeBeSound campaign which offers the same key messages for festivals and music events.

The key advice is:

  • If you see something which doesn’t feel right report it at or a member of staff/security. In an emergency dial 999.
  • Trust your instincts, you won’t be wasting our time.
  • Anyone can complete the ACT E-learning on ProtectUK, this will help you be prepared in the event of a terrorist attack.

Access to Counter Terrorism guidance and ACT E-learning can also be found on Protect UK platform and app.