Threat profiling and the intelligent use of technology by Dr. James Ionson

It’s been a hell of a year so far for the beleaguered Department for Homeland Security, writes Chris Yates

A strategic SMS text message plan can be an invaluable way to communicate with your community in the event of an emergency

With extensive premises and a large transient population, a range of security measures are needed in order to ensure that both staff and travellers are safe while at an airport

Environmental instrumentation company Quantitech has been awarded a contract worth in excess of £1 million to provide advanced air sampling and analysis equipment to the multi-agency air quality cell that has been established following the recommendations of the Major Incident Investigation Board for the Buncefield incident.

Cutting through the complexity of policing at the UK’s biggest and most influential policing event

The Sherpa ‘climbing camera’ Surveillance System deploys cameras and other communications equipment up lampposts and poles, giving commanders improved coverage of incidents

Making the most of your BlackBerry® smartphone deployment

BAPCO 2010 saw quality visitors and great business despite travel restrictions

Laurence Goode, chairman of the newly formed Perimeter Security Suppliers Association throws some light on, and raises some important questions relating to the use of the highest security perimeter products

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