The Joint Security and Resilience Centre

The Joint Security and Resilience Centre (JSaRC) was founded in 2016 by the UK Home Office. Formed within the Office for Security and Counter Terrorism, JSaRC works to provide security outcomes for the United Kingdom by combining government, academic and private sector expertise.

National Security Priorities

Security and Policing 2021 Exhibition

9-11 March 2021 - an important date for your diary

Held in Farnborough every year, Security and Policing is an essential Government event allowing you direct access to innovators and decision-makers across the industry – make sure you add the dates to your 2021 calendar.

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What we do

JSaRC brings together government representatives, members of academia and the security sector to create a joint response to national security challenges.

We enable and deliver a threat agnostic, value for money work programme, using a mix of civil servants and industry and academic secondees, working across government to engage through a single voice with the private sector to deliver items of national value.

This remit enables the identification of effective and innovative industry solutions to government security and resilience challenges and influence the security and resilience market.

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Benefits of engaging with JSaRC

JSaRC Supporters

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  • BAE Systems
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  • Boeing
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  • Intel
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  • PA
  • Qinetiq
  • Roke
  • SecureCloud
  • Thales

Case Study

Securing Crowded Places

High Footfall Screening Trials - Exploring solutions for securing large, high footfall places

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