Editors choice; Security and crime prevention advice just for you
Welcome to the Security Review #37 - specially compiled for our subscribers to improve security know-how - with Editor's Choice articles, crime prevention tips and more...
Security job of your dreams: how mentoring can help
Having a professional mentor could mean the difference between finally achieving the security job of your dreams or giving up on it for another year. You will be encouraged to set time aside to work with your mentor to set clear goals and plan a route to achieve them...Read more
Novichok attack in Salisbury: lessons learnt
The current BBC drama series 'The Salisbury Poisoning' depicts the response from local and national services. Read our Archive article from later that year where a distinguished panel shared the lessons learnt.
Line and curtain type sensors are often used in public places, but these can only detect objects from point to point. The Zone-D system covers not only a wide area but also detects on the surface, which makes it hard for intruders to avoid being detected.Read more
The COVID-19 pandemic is badly impacting the vulnerable and the charities that support them. Many fundraising events this year are cancelled including the London Marathon (which last year raised £367m for charities). In a new regular feature, we shine a light on charities that need your support. If you would like to nominate a charity you think deserves a mention, we would love to hear from you, Email the editor
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