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Security guidance issued to assist candidates on General Election campaign trail

All General Election 2019 candidates are being issued with guidance to help them respond if they experience intimidatory behaviour or abuse during the ongoing political campaign that culminates with Ballot Boxes closing around the nation on Thursday 12 December. ‘Guidance...
Posted On 18 Nov 2019
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Retail Security: Using Technology to Boost Protection and Enhance The Bottom Line

Britain’s hard-pressed High Street retailers are in a position whereby they require real and tangible assistance in order to combat rising crime-related losses. Here, Trevor Wallace argues that the solution lies in technology that simultaneously boosts bottom line returns on...
Posted On 21 May 2019
Helen Dickinson OBE: CEO at the BRC
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BRC Retail Crime Survey highlights “wave of cyber threats” and “rising violence” against shop staff

The British Retail Consortium’s (BRC) Retail Crime Survey looking back on 2016 has laid bare a growing new frontier of retail crime, driven by rising cyber-enabled incidents. The 18-page document also reports a 40% increase in violence and other forms of abuse against retail...
Posted On 02 Feb 2017
Peter Webster
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Have we reached the end of ‘The Thin Blue Line’?

Much has been made in the national media about the former Coalition Government’s austerity cuts to public services and, in terms of the security space, the Police Federation of England and Wales continues to be vocal in its opposition to the proposed reduction of police officer...
Posted On 23 Jun 2015