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David Anderson QC publishes detailed report on terrorist attacks of March-June 2017

Following the terrorist attacks that took place on the UK mainland between March and June this year, the Home Secretary Amber Rudd commissioned former Independent Reviewer of Terrorism Legislation, David Anderson QC, to provide independent assurance of the internal MI5 and police...
Posted On 06 Dec 2017
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Action Fraud launches 24/7 Helpline to combat cyber attacks against businesses, charities and organisations

Action Fraud, the national fraud and cyber crime reporting centre, has launched a 24/7 live Cyber Attack Helpline. During its pilot since October last year, the Helpline received 377 reports which were then disseminated to the National Cyber Crime Unit or local forces. Between...
Posted On 06 Dec 2017
Metropolitan Police Service DAC Lucy D'Orsi
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Private companies and commercial sector concerns urged to buy-in to ‘Protect Duty’

The UK’s Policing lead for Protective Security, namely Metropolitan Police Service Deputy Assistant Commissioner Lucy D’Orsi, has called upon private companies and the commercial sector to buy-in to a ‘Protect Duty’ and work with the police service and its myriad partners in...
Posted On 06 Dec 2017
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Government concedes need for Snoopers’ Charter to protect rights “but must go further”

Home Secretary Amber Rudd has proposed changes to the new Investigatory Powers Act in response to a successful legal claim brought by Tom Watson MP, but according to civil liberties campaign group Liberty, the Conservative Government’s proposals only partially comply with...
Posted On 06 Dec 2017
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Police service ramps up support for Cash-in-Transit couriers during run-in to Christmas

Across the UK, police forces are once again collaborating with the Cash-in-Transit industry to safeguard collections and deliveries during the festive season. Strong measures are now in place to support courier teams and prevent Cash-in-Transit robberies in the run up to –...
Posted On 06 Dec 2017