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Four in 10 police officers assaulted last year and attacks on firefighters on the rise

Almost four in ten police officers said they had been assaulted in the last year, while the latest government figures show that attacks on firefighters in England have surged by 66% in four years. Read More

What does the coronavirus mean for the fire safety sector?

Hunter Seymour explores how the fire safety sector, from firefighters to facility management, is reacting to the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic. Read More

‘Go Digital, Get ECHO’ – service officially launched

The new digital service, Electronic Call Handling Operations (ECHO), was launched at the CSL Industry Forum at IFSEC’s HQ in London last week. Read More

Globalstar and Disaster Tech Lab Supports Refugees and Nonprofits in Greece

Satellite communication devices from Globalstar Inc. and Disaster Tech Lab are aiding refugees and emergency response teams in Greek island of Lesbos. Read More

Manchester Security 2015 Returns to Bridgewater Hall

The British Security Industry Association (BSIA) has announced Manchester Security's return to the city's Bridgewater Hall. Read More

How Facial Recognition, Social Media and Inter-Agency Cooperation Can Tackle Transport Terror

With Counter Terror Awareness Week underway, security consultant Ron Fellows examines how an innovative retail scheme might be applied to counter-terror strategy on buses and trains. Read More



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