Resources from Security and Intelligence

Consultative Group on Security and Intelligence Records

The Cabinet Office, with the agreement of the Permanent Secretary, Intelligence, Security and Resilience, has established an interdepartmental group on security and intelligence records. The group, now known as the Consultative Group on Security and Intelligence Records, held its first meeting in July 2004 and plans to meet at roughly six-monthly intervals to consider a range of issues concerning security intelligence–related records.

Tue, 04/01/2011

Intelligence and Security Committee - Special ad hoc reports

Special reports by the Intelligence Security Committee and Government Responses.

Fri, 19/11/2010

The Strategic Defence and Security Review - Securing Britain in an Age of Uncertainty

The Strategic Defence and Security Review, which sets out how the Government will go about securing Britain in an age of uncertainty. It is the first time that a UK government has taken decisions on its defence, security, intelligence, resilience, development and foreign affairs capabilities in the round, setting out the delivery of the ends set out in the National Security Strategy

Tue, 19/10/2010

The National Security Strategy - A Strong Britain in an Age of Uncertainty

The National Security Strategy and the Strategic Defence and Security Review mark a step-change in the UK’s ability to protect its security and advance its interests in the world. This Strategy describes how – in an age of uncertainty – we need the structures in place to allow us to react quickly and effectively to new and evolving threats to our security.

Mon, 18/10/2010

Intelligence and Security Committee (ISC) annual reports

Intelligence and Security Committee (ISC) Annual Reports and Government Response to the reports from 2001 to date

Wed, 22/09/2010

HMG Personnel Security Controls

Advice and guidance for individuals who are subject to HMG recruitment and national security vetting controls, or related enquiries

Thu, 01/07/2010

Security Policy Framework

The Security Policy Framework provides central internal protective security policy and risk management for government departments and associated bodies. It is the source on which all localised security policies should be based.

Sat, 01/05/2010

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