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Operation Bosphorus on firearms trafficking results in circa 250 arrests during 2016

Nearly 250 arrests and 556 gas and alarm pistols seized are a few of the final results of Operation Bosphorus, a series of international actions conducted in 2016. The actions involved ten EU Member States with co-ordination by Romania as the activity’s leader and were...
Posted On 29 Jan 2017
Helen Down
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Health and Safety: Predictions for 2017

2016 has been an important year for Health and Safety around the world. We’ve seen new legislation in New Zealand, the UK and Singapore and a range of great initiatives focused on reducing workplace risk. Year-on-year, workplace safety takes a higher precedence on our...
Posted On 28 Dec 2016
Ken Livingstone MSc: director of Perpetuity Training
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Perpetuity Academy introduces ‘Managing Retail Security’ eLearning course for loss prevention specialists

Perpetuity Academy continues to expand its eLearning prospectus with the addition of a ‘Managing Retail Security’ course designed to benefit anyone who’s involved in preventing stock loss within the retail sector. The IQ Level 4 ‘Managing Retail...
Posted On 08 Dec 2016
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BSI Espion examines growing trend of Dark Web monitoring for leaked corporate data

BSI Espion believes the growth of legitimate service providers who trawl the hidden web for leaked corporate data further illustrates the complex and perplexing information security challenges organisations can face in today’s world.  The Dark Web (which is part of the Deep...
Posted On 15 Nov 2016
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UK officers supporting French police to help ensure trouble-free Euro 2016

With less than 20 days to go until the start of Euro 2016, football fever is beginning to kick in. Fans are travelling to France to enjoy the football and mix with fellow supporters from across Europe, but there’s always a chance that a minority will engage in disorder. On...
Posted On 24 May 2016
John Davies
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Security Policies: Going Back to Basics

With the ever-increasing integration between physical and logical security systems, there has never been a greater importance placed upon defining and maintaining the security culture within an organisation, writes John Davies. Given that increasingly complex security protocols...
Posted On 10 Feb 2016
The Fire and Security Association is calling on the new Government to engage on three key issues that affect fire and security companies: prompt payment, boosting technical skills and cost-effective business licensing
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“Payment, skills and cost-effective business licensing all crucial to success” urges Fire and Security Association

The Fire and Security Association (FSA) is calling on the new Conservative Government to engage with the organisation on three key issues affecting fire and security companies: prompt payment, boosting technical skills and cost-effective business licensing. With regard to...
Posted On 13 May 2015