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… under Part 7 of the Anti-Terrorism, Crime and Security Act 2001. Schedule 5 to the Act lists the dangerous pathogens and toxins covered by the … If found guilty of an offence under Part 7 of the Act, there is a maximum penalty: on conviction on …
… and losses promptly. Secure your nitrogen fertilisers using ACT’s 5-point plan … Details … These leaflets set out the 5 …
… plans that include how the threat information is recorded, acted upon and passed to police. Evaluating the credibility … if the attack being threatened is imminent. This is a tactic used to place additional pressure on decision makers. … or where the threat is assessed as not credible limit your actions to informing the police and searching the venue for …
… For further information: Go to NPSA   Access the ACT Awareness e-Learning  Visit See, Check and Notify (SCaN) …
… be secured to prevent any unauthorised entry. All staff acting in an official capacity should have access to this … and for what reason. Be prepared to challenge suspicious activity.  Wherever possible, obtain the details of those … should be given prior notification. Compile a list of contact numbers for those normally responsible for the premises …
… This document contains guidance outlining a series of factors for consideration by Returning Officers to enable … counting venues and polling stations as far as reasonably practicable. The guidelines are not intended to be exhaustive … website.  The College of Policing Authorised Professional Practice (APP) have produced guidance on maintaining order and …
… The unit undertakes vehicle assessments, provides C-VAW tactical advice and delivers practical solutions through the provision of temporary HVM … events in Publicly Accessible Locations which attract crowds) and provide the expertise to recommend several …
… be used by those who are accountable and responsible for actions across the built environment. These includes activities such as planning, design, construction and manufacturing. It can also be used by organisations who wish to …
… Introduction Threat Level Responding to the threat Menu of Tactical Options   Introduction The National Stakeholder Menu of Tactical Options can be implemented independently by an … of police following an extraordinary Security Review. The tactical options included in this guidance are not exhaustive …
The perimeter of a site is one of the key locations where physical security measures and controls can be applied to protect both users and facilities. Without proper thought, the perimeter can become a significant vulnerability.