The Old Bailey in central London
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Taliban bomb-maker Khalid Ali found guilty of Houses of Parliament terrorism plot

A London man who plotted a terror attack near Parliament and made bombs for the Taliban in Afghanistan has been convicted of terrorism offences. Khalid Ali, 28, was arrested by armed police near the Houses of Parliament and was carrying a knife with an eight-inch blade and two...
Posted On 27 Jun 2018
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BRE’s National Security Survey reveals personal security fears to be “on the increase”

The BRE’s National Security Survey has revealed that personal security is becoming an increasing worry across the UK, with two out of every three respondents questioned now more concerned about crime today than they were five years ago. The Top Three issues raised as...
Posted On 02 Jan 2018
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“Right resources needed following Westminster terror attack” urges Police Federation

The horrific terrorist attack in Westminster that claimed four innocent lives, including that of PC Keith Palmer, has reinforced the need for a police service that has the right resources and support in place to continue running towards danger. That’s the firm belief of...
Posted On 29 Mar 2017
FIA CEO Ian Moore addresses the audience at the House of Commons
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Fire Industry Association celebrates double anniversary with honorary event at the Houses of Parliament

The Fire Industry Association (FIA) celebrated a double anniversary on Tuesday 12 April with a special honorary event held at the Houses of Parliament. The prestigious gathering of industry professionals and representatives of the media was hosted by Sir David Amess, the...
Posted On 19 Apr 2016
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Detailed UK Home Office review of Security Industry Authority’s “form and function” begins

All non-departmental public bodies (NDPBs) such as the Security Industry Authority (SIA) are subject to periodic substantive reviews (known until recently as Triennial Reviews). The review of the SIA begins on 11 January and is being undertaken as part of the Government’s...
Posted On 11 Jan 2016
James Kelly: CEO at the BSIA
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BSIA submits evidence to Public Accounts Committee on financial sustainability of police forces

The British Security Industry Association (BSIA) has submitted written evidence to the Parliamentary Public Accounts Committee in advance of its first evidence session of the new Parliament. The Committee is due to hold a session in the Houses of Parliament at 4.00 pm this...
Posted On 13 Jul 2015