The police service is facing up to something of an unknown future
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Officers’ Herculean efforts “not stopping impact of budget cuts” warns Police Federation

An official report criticising the efficiency of a number of police forces and casting doubt on the ability of others to withstand a new round of budget cuts should be a “wake-up call to the Government and the country,” the Police Federation has warned. Steve White,...
Posted On 21 Oct 2015
Members of the Door & Hardware Federation and the National Security Inspectorate who have worked jointly on formulating the new Code of Practice
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Powered gate Code of Practice from Door & Hardware Federation-NSI set to play vital safety role

A new Code of Practice (DHF TS 011) designed to raise standards within the sphere of powered gate safety to new levels has been announced by the Door & Hardware Federation and the National Security Inspectorate. The Code of Practice aims to reduce the risks associated with...
Posted On 21 Oct 2015
Part 4 of Video Surveillance Systems for Use in Security Applications has been revised by the BSI
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Part 4 of BS EN 62676 on Video Surveillance Systems revised by British Standards Institution

The British Standards Institution has revised BS EN 62676-4:2015 Video Surveillance Systems for Use in Security Applications – Part 4: Application Guidelines. The standard, which saw input from the Home Office, the Metropolitan Police Service and Transport for London, provides...
Posted On 21 Oct 2015
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Perpetuity-run Diploma course embedded within University of South Wales’ Risk Management degree

Perpetuity Training’s reputation as a leading provider of accredited security management training has been further enhanced with news that a Diploma course which it delivers on behalf of The Security Institute has now been incorporated within a BSc degree course run by the...
Posted On 21 Oct 2015
Edinburgh University's Old College
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University of Edinburgh secures UK’s first Risk and Resilience Innovation Showcase

Edinburgh Research and Innovation, the commercialisation arm of the University of Edinburgh, has announced a new AIMday (Academic Industry Meeting day) for companies looking to anticipate possible future risks to their operations and plan resilience strategies for today’s global...
Posted On 21 Oct 2015