As policing plans are put in place to respond to the tragic events that took place in London’s Finsbury Park, Suffolk’s lead for counter-terrorism has pledged to work even more closely with all our communities.
He added: “Attacks such as those in London and Manchester seek to divide our communities and I would encourage people to work together rather than against each other. I can reassure you that we take any hate crime against people of any background extremely seriously and will respond as such.
“I would also encourage people to speak to the officers you will see out and about and remain vigilant against any suspicious activity.
Latest guidance on recognising the terrorist threat and remaining vigilant can be accessed via www.nactso.gov.uk
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