Prisons and Courts Bill announced by Ministry of Justice in response to mounting UK prisons crisis

Justice Secretary Elizabeth Truss recently unveiled the “historic” Prisons and Courts Bill, in turn paving the way for the biggest overhaul of prisons in a generation and the delivery of a world-class court system. This key piece of legislation will underpin measures...
Posted On 17 Mar 2017

New Security Control Centre unveiled by Eurotunnel Group at Coquelles Terminal

Eurotunnel Group has inaugurated its new Security Control Centre at the French Terminal in Coquelles in the presence of Madame Fabienne Buccio (Préfète of the Pas de Calais) and Paul Booth, deputy director of Border Force for the South East and Europe Region. The decision to...
Posted On 23 Jan 2017

Myriad community projects awarded Home Office funding for tackling hate crime

Home Secretary Amber Rudd has awarded more than £700,000 in funding to schemes designed to tackle hate crime in communities and protect places of worship. Nine community projects will now benefit from over £300,000 for innovative schemes to help tackle specific types of hate...
Posted On 18 Nov 2016
3D representation of several of Zaun's security solutions for end users

3D design prepares fencing manufacturer Zaun for Building Information Modelling future

Innovative steel mesh fencing manufacturer Zaun is promising “speedier, more user-friendly and more accurate design” and the ability to deliver Building Information Modelling (BIM) through its move to parametric 3D design. The company – which offers an extensive...
Posted On 09 Nov 2015
Peter Jackson

Calais: Strikes, migrants, ‘Operation Stack’ and perimeter security

Hardly a day passes without further news of the latest activity at Calais hitting the headlines as more details are unearthed on the desperate measures taken by migrants in their bid for sanctuary in the UK. Peter Jackson offers his considered views on the matter. Much of the...
Posted On 28 Aug 2015