… in place procedures such as evacuation and lock-ins in an emergency. … New laws that will scale up preparedness for …

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… highlighting the need for people to continue to be alert. ProtectUK members have been instrumental in their …

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… include exploiting vulnerabilities that can include staff, systems and processes.  PortSafe's dedicated reporting …

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… As world events take place, the need for people to be alert is more important than ever. Counter Terrorism … businesses and members of the public to continue to stay alert and report anything that doesn’t feel right. Whilst …

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… know the local equivalent of 999 in an event of an emergency.   The threat from terrorism can affect anyone, …

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… The objectives of the exercise were to assess how well the emergency services identified vulnerabilities amongst … group or individual lone actor is unlikely, however, the emergency services and military partners are fully required …

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… National Barrier Asset, Counter Terrorism Search Analysis System, Counter Terrorism Communications toolkits, and the …

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… significantly impact the UK's safety, security, or critical systems at a national level. These threats include …

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… the campaign reminds and encourages the public to stay alert and share any concerns with security. By encouraging people to remain alert and report their concerns, we strengthen the overall … at summer events. By empowering individuals to remain alert and share their concerns, we collectively contribute …

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… 9am until 5pm. We continue to encourage everyone to remain alert, and to report anything that doesn’t seem right … Counters Terrorism website:  www.gov.uk/ACT     In an emergency always call 999. If you are concerned about bladed …

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