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… Security and Search (Polling stations) Prior to opening the premises to the public, … is secure and supervised until officially opened for polling. During this period no unauthorised person should be …
… providing safe and secure counting venues and polling stations as far as reasonably practicable. The guidelines … on maintaining order and preventing undue influence outside polling stations: Maintaining order outside polling stations
… boxes and ballot papers, marked electoral register for the polling station and the corresponding numbers list etc. … alternate means of access and egress to the counting stations in cases of emergency. Identify a designated … evacuation rendezvous point. Has a secondary venue for a polling station been identified should an evacuation of the …
… vehicles used for the movement of ballot boxes to or from polling stations and counting venues before the boxes are loaded or …
… the Returning Officer (RO) has more discretion than at a polling station to extend access to others - such as the …
… decision making remains with the person responsible for the polling station or counting office (i.e. the location being …
If you receive suspicious item call 999 and ask for the police. Clear the area immediately. Do not attempt to open the letter or package. Avoid unnecessary handling. Keep it separate so it is easily identifiable.
How you must store precursor chemicals (including hydrogen peroxide or ammonium nitrate), toxins and radioactive materials on your premises.
If you or your work premises hold, keep or use stocks of specified disease-causing micro-organisms and toxins, you need to inform the Home Office.