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Project Servator counter-terrorism policing tactic goes live across whole of London

Project Servator – a policing tactic used to deter, detect and disrupt terrorism and a range of other criminality – is now operating across the entirety of London. The tactic is already active in various parts of the capital, including in the Square Mile since 2014, with the...
Posted On 16 Apr 2018
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Corps Security officers praised for actions taken following Westminster terrorist attack

Corps Security, the specialist security services provider, has recognised five of its security officers for their actions during the immediate aftermath of the Westminster terrorist attack, which left four people dead and over 50 injured. Corps Security officers are contracted by...
Posted On 26 May 2017
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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
Prime Minister Theresa May holds counter-terrorism discussions with senior police officers at Govan Police Station in Glasgow
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Prime Minister Theresa May announces major counter-terrorism training exercise in Scotland

Prime Minister Theresa May has announced the operation of a major counter-terrorism training exercise in Scotland later this year designed to test the multi-agency response that would come into force in the event of a terror attack. During a visit to Police Scotland, which will...
Posted On 29 Mar 2017
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Northern Ireland’s delicate peace process and security “at risk” should the UK leave the EU

Northern Ireland’s security, economy and delicate peace process will be negatively affected should the UK vote to leave the European Union (EU). This is the argument put forward in a new article published by the Journal of the Royal United Services Institute. As the EU Referendum...
Posted On 04 May 2016
Christopher Graham: the UK's Information Commissioner
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Information Commissioner repeats call for imposition of stronger sentences on data thieves

Information Commissioner Christopher Graham has reiterated his call for stronger sentencing powers to be imposed on those people convicted of stealing personal data. The comments come as an employee of a car rental company was sentenced for stealing customer information that...
Posted On 19 Jan 2016
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