A Secured by Design trained Designing Out Crime Officer from the Metropolitan Police Service is to give a presentation to law enforcement colleagues from across the world at the prestigious Goldstein International Problem Solving Awards later this month. Sean Hathaway, who has been a police officer for 16 years and works as a Designing Out …
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Officers from the Metropolitan Police Service have become some of the first to undertake a Level 5 Diploma in Crime Prevention – Designing Out Crime, part of the new generation of accredited qualifications in crime prevention and designing out crime provided by the Police Crime Prevention Academy. Speaking on behalf of the Academy, the Head …
The Keyholding Company, the UK’s leading provider of Smart Security Services, announced the official launch of the Safer Support Team, a proactive patrol team and intelligence network, dedicated to helping prevent violent crimes on Bond Street and the surrounding area.
The Metropolitan Police Service’s CFIT unit was celebrating yesterday as its volunteer team of CCTV analysts scooped a prestigious Home Office award.
Crime across London’s transport network has dropped to its lowest level, according to the latest figures, but violence on the Underground is on the increase.
The two suspects in the murder of Drummer Lee Rigby are reported to have been known to MI5 for as long as eight years.
The government has unveiled plans to clamp down on companies who supply printing equipment to identity fraudsters in a bid to protect millions of innocent people from organised crime.
Applied DNA Sciences, Inc., a provider of DNA-based anti-counterfeiting technology and product authentication solutions, has announced that the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) will be using its proprietary DNANet™ property marking kits as part of a major initiative to reduce crime in targeted London neighbourhoods. MPS will be deploying DNAnet markers in thousands of homes where …
The Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, has promised to “relentlessly pursue” extra funding to protect police from cuts and boost police numbers.
in the face of underinvestment in the forensic side of CCTV, how well equipped are police forces to make use of the CCTV evidence that is available?