- Terrorist offences
- Police powers
- Detention and deportation
- Terrorism Act 2006 - new offences
- Practical advice
Our policy is to protect your privacy when using our website, and is outlined below:
1. We do not collect personal information automatically
When you visit our website, we automatically log your IP address and information about your visit, such as the time, the pages viewed, and the browser used. But all this information is collected anonymously and does not identify you as an individual.
Statistics are compiled using this information, enabling us to monitor use of the site.
Cookies are not used on our site (cookies are automated tools which enable websites to identify and track individual visitors, sometimes without their knowledge). The Information Advertising Bureau website provides more information about cookies. The IAB site also tells you how to remove cookies from your browser.
2. We safeguard any information that you provide to us
If you choose to contact us, we will handle any personal data that you provide to us as follows:
• Your data will be used for the service you have requested.
• If you are a private individual, we may send you further information but only if we have obtained your details in the course of, or in negotiations for, providing a service to you, and if the information is about a similar service. Otherwise, we will obtain your explicit consent first.
• Your personal information will be held securely and will be safeguarded against unauthorised use, disclosure, alteration or destruction.
• We will not disclose your details to third parties without your explicit consent.
3. You can opt out or update your details at any time
You can opt out of any of our distribution lists, or correct your details, at any time. This applies whether you are a private individuals or a member of an organisation. Contact details are given below.
4. We are not responsible for other sites to which ours is linked
The contents of this website are intended to provide a general guide to legislation in England and Wales relating to “terrorist” investigations and prosecutions. It does not represent an authoritative or comprehensive statement of the law. It is not intended to be an alternative to professional advice. Users of the site are advised to consult a specialist solicitor if they need advice on the law and how it affects them.