This guidance aims to highlight the primary security concerns arising during the ingress and egress phases of venue operations. It will subsequently outline various strategies for mitigating the related risks. Recognising vulnerabilities in these situations and striving to reduce them is a fundamental part of protective security planning and an essential task for those with responsibility for ensuring the safety and security of staff and visitors.

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… by halting and discussing any incidents that may occur. Actively communicate with the team and set periodic …  Share canvassing plans with the team and trusted contacts, establishing regular check-ins for safety.  Use … both your party and the council/police ensures appropriate awareness and action. Prioritise aftercare and set emergency …

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… we know that these events and venues could be attractive targets for terrorist activity.  That’s why Counter Terrorism Policing is …

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… those who consume its content to engage in terrorist activity. The UK is the first country to proscribe this … to radicalise young people to conduct heinous terrorist acts. This is why we are outlawing membership or support for …

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… e-Learning course, drawing upon speakers from industry and NaCTSO to explore the use case for each. The sessions also …

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… The Security Industry Authority (SIA) launches Action Counters Terrorism (ACT) Security e-Learning for security professionals on … … ACT Security e-Learning is specialised counter-terrorism awareness training that provides up-to-date knowledge to …

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… Communicating protective security measures can act as a free and highly effective layer of security, but … members of the public are inclined to report suspicious activity to transport staff and nearby businesses, not just … in staff. In turn, this enables you to maintain a good awareness of the activities in and around your premises and …

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… draft order to proscribe Hizb ut-Tahrir under the Terrorism Act 2000.   The order was approved on Thursday 18 January … said:  “Hizb ut-Tahrir is an antisemitic organisation that actively promotes and encourages terrorism, including …

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… from the National Counter Terrorism Security Office (NaCTSO), Home Office, Security Industry Authority will be … Protect & Prepare policy, and how it can be put into practice. Submit your questions for the panel via the QR code … where you can learn more about the ProtectUK platform, ACT Awareness products and ask any questions you may have. …

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… forces throughout England and Wales. In house social media activity has seen more than 3.3 million people reached with over 7000 click throughs to Gov.uk/ACT.  This is being supported by a paid for social media …

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