Winner: Pool Re / Counter Terrorism Policing

The Communications Award recognises communication systems and their potential to assist organisations in both threat detection and post-terrorism communication between governmental and emergency service organisations. In previous years, this award has recognised the use of Body Worn Video technology and real-time footage from UAVs.

Winner: National Police Chiefs Council

The Cyber Security Award is presented to an organisation which has developed effective technologies to protect against the threat of cyber terrorism.

Winner: PSHE Association

Merging two previous awards, the Counter Terrorism Project Award and the Education Project Award, this award will recognise a governmental organisation or public/private partnership which has developed and implemented an effective counter terrorism strategy or awareness campaign.

Winner: London Ambulance Service

The work that the emergency services do to keep our nation safe often goes unrecognised. It is for that reason that categories like the Emergency Services Award are presented, acknowledging how the police, fire and ambulance services have implemented and tested a strategy to cope with terrorist attack.

Winner: Figen Murray

Recognising an organisation or individual from either the private or government sector whose contribution to worldwide anti-terrorism efforts has been outstanding, the Outstanding Contribution to Counter Terrorism Award is considered the stand-out category

Winner: Manchester City Council

The Perimeter Security Award recognises an organisation, public or private, which has designed and/or installed physical security measures to protect buildings and individuals from terrorist attack.

Winner: City of London Police

The Counter Terror Policing Award category recognises the efforts of the police sector in combatting domestic terrorism through prevention strategies and operational excellence.

Winner: Heathrow Airport

The winner of the 2020 Transport Security Award is Heathrow Airport. Europe’s busiest travel hub, Heathrow Airport deployed a ‘bespoke set of anti-drone systems’ last year, designed to block unmanned aerial vehicles from entering its airspace following a string of recent attempts.