Posts Tagged ‘home office’

CT policing call for increased public vigilance despite decrease in arrests

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Counter Terrorism Policing’s Senior National Coordinator has again called upon the public to play their part in the fight against terrorism, as the Home Office released their quarterly arrest statistics. The Home Office’s quarterly release of statistics relating to the police’s use of powers under the Terrorism Act 2000 revealed that the total number of…

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Home Office Security Minister to open Transec Expo

Home Office Security Minister to open Transec Expo

Home Office Security Minister to open Transec Expo On 2nd December, the Rt Hon John Hayes MP, UK Security Minister at the Home Office, will be officially opening this year’s Transport Security Expo at Olympia London. An MP since 1997, Mr Hayes has held a number of shadow ministerial and Government roles, including Minister of…

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Biography: Tony Porter QPM LLB – Surveillance Camera Commissioner

The Surveillance Camera Commissioner’s office has kindly supplied us with this biography of the newly appointed commissioner, Tony Porter. Relates to: Home Office appoints Antony Porter as new Surveillance Camera Commissioner Tony brings to the role of Surveillance Camera Commissioner a combination of business and law enforcement expertise.  He is an intelligence specialist (most recently…

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Crime falls to record low in England and Wales

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Crime in England and Wales has fallen by 7 per cent to a record low in the last year, according to the latest official figures. Data in the Crime Survey for England and Wales from the Office for National Statistics showed there were 8.5 million incidents in the year to the end of June.

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