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… The use of vehicles as a weapon remains a realistic possibility, amongst other forms …
… If you are alerted to a firearms or weapons attack, stay calm, RUN or HIDE, only when it is safe … from view does not mean you are safe, bullets go through glass, brick, wood and metal find cover from gunfire e.g. …
… The National Vehicle Threat Mitigation Unit (NVTMU) is staffed by subject matter experts in the methodology of Vehicle as a Weapon (VAW) attacks and the deployment and use of the …
… NPSA offer guidance to help practitioners determine the vehicle-borne threat, assess site strengths and vulnerabilities, and identify …
… Good housekeeping is an important part of your security regime by helping to … bins to a minimum and consider use of clear bags for waste disposal as it provides an easier opportunity for staff … that RVPs don't leave people grouped and more vulnerable to Vehicle as a Weapon … Good housekeeping …
… Security and search (Polling stations) prior to opening the premises … responsible person with local knowledge of the premises to assist you conducting a search to identify anything out of … and other areas to which the public have access if a vehicle is parked in the proximity of a polling station and …
… This document outlines a set of options which can be used by the private sector and … Since 2006, information about the national threat level has been available on the Mi5 and Home Office websites. In … attack (with firearms or bladed/blunt force weapons ) Vehicle as a weapon Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs) Fire …
… Ballot box security ensure systems are in place to search … for local authorities during the general election’ has been produced by the National Cyber Security Centre …
… Please note that premises used for counting ballot papers may … and other areas to which the public have access if a vehicle is parked in the proximity of a counting station and … must be reported to the police. Note the location and vehicle registration mark and do not approach the vehicle
… Terrorism threat levels are designed to give a broad indication of the likelihood of a terrorist attack and are based on a range of factors including current intelligence, … and reasonable to do so. For example, should security use a vehicle, and patrol areas such as car parks, then park and …