Protect Duty


Martyn’s Law and what it means for the UK private security sector

Harry Fry, Intelligence Analyst, Mitie, explains what the Protect Duty might mean for the private security industry. Read More

Public remain concerned over terror threat following easing of lockdown, survey shows

People in the UK remain concerned about the terror threat, especially as towns and cities begin to reopen following COVID lockdowns. Read More

‘Holistic security cultures supported by competent advisors’: The Security Institute response to the Protect Duty consultation

Jonathan Schulten pens the Security Institute's stance on the consultation for the Protect Duty to improve public safety from terror threats. Read More

Consultation for Protect Duty opens seeking views on how to make the public safer

Find out the latest regarding the Protect Duty, set to improve safety at publicly accessible locations. It is currently in consultation stage. Read More

Martyn’s Law in a security convergent world

Paul Barnard highlights why a convergent physical-cyber approach must be taken when implementing the incoming Martyn's Law legislation. Read More

New ‘Martyn’s Law’ proposed to protect UK venues from terror attacks

The mother of one of the victims of the Manchester Arena attack has welcomed new proposals from the Government, known as Martyn's Law, outlining that airport-style security checks could be introduced to public venues. Read More



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