Individuals and teams from across the private security sector were yesterday recognised for their significant contributions to the work of the police and protection of the public, during the inaugural Metropolitan Police and Security (PaS) awards.
Counter Terror Expo (CTX) saw the world’s most prominent experts in national security gather at Olympia, London on April 21 to 22.
The number of people arrested for suspected terrorism-related offences in Great Britain increased last year, with the rate of charges hitting a record level.
A London Assembly report claims the Metropolitan Police are being forced to rely on “out-of-date, ineffective and overly-expensive” technology, which is impacting on their ability to cut crime.
Following the riots in London of August 2011, the Metropolitan Police will be holding a conference on Wednesday 18 September 2013 at New Scotland Yard for all representatives of the CCTV sector to discuss lessons learnt, good and bad practice and how to improve the overall effectiveness of CCTV.
The Metropolitan Police has joined the national ‘Action Fraud’ scheme that is designed to improve investigations across the UK. Launched by the National Fraud Authority, the government agency, and run in association with the National Fraud Intelligence Bureau (NFIB), ‘Action Fraud’ reports, collates and investigates referrals. The Metropolitan Police is the latest force to join …