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18 March 2020

Since its launch in 2017, the ONS Data Science Campus has delivered many innovative projects to support the government’s work in areas ranging from Brexit negotiations to the early stages of the...

12 March 2020

Departments across government have held a series of events to mark International Women’s Day. CSW speaks to civil service gender champion and Department for International Trade permanent...

5 March 2020

Tom Hurd, director general of the Office for Security and Counter-Terrorism in the Home Office, explains the organisation’s role and his priorities for this year’s Security & Policing event...

4 March 2020

To mark this year’s annual Security & Policing conference, CSW interviews experts including the National Crime Agency’s Lynne Owens and the Joint Security and Resilience Centre’s Angela Essel...

4 March 2020

The inaugural CSW Innovation Lecture considered the importance of cross-sector working to realise the potential of new technologies. Charlotte Newbury reports

3 March 2020

The UK’s security exports are booming, and DIT’s Defence and Security Organisation is helping businesses present a united front when competing for international trade. Deputy director Tracy...

2 March 2020

The Joint Security and Resilience Centre is dedicated to helping government work more closely with industry to meet the UK’s national security challenges. Sam Trendall talks to new head Angela...

28 February 2020

The UK government should look west for ideas on fostering security innovation from the tech sector, says Alexis Long

27 February 2020

Knife crime has hit a record high in England but it is hardly a new phenomenon. Jonathan Owen looks at what is driving current levels and how police and civil servants are responding in new ways...

26 February 2020

Lynne Owens, director general of the National Crime Agency, is one of the most important figures in UK law enforcement. She tells Richard Johnstone how her drive to help people at their most...

21 February 2020

Since his early days as a journalist, Robert Chote has been holding the government to account for its handling of public finances. Now, towards the end of his 10-year statutory term as chair of...