39 results for "Marauding Terrorist Attack"
Marauding terrorist attacks are fast-moving, violent incidents where assailants move through a location aiming to find and kill or injure as many people as possible
Guidance document explains how the standard classifies the delay a product provides to such entry attempts by attributing one or more performance levels to a product
CPNI have produced a short film which introduces the quick actions a member of staff within a retail outlet can take to lockdown their premise during a terrorist incident
The Marauding Terrorist Attack (MTA) is an attack methodology adopted by terrorists. NPSA has a comprehensive programme of activity focused on improving protective security arrangements against MTA. O...
Fire as a weapon (FAW) is the deliberate use of fire within a terrorist attack with the intent to cause harm. This may include causing harm to people, premeditated damage to property, or a combination...
This document provides guidance in relation to the mitigation of the risks posed by terrorists conducting Marauding Terrorist Attacks (MTA) that combine the use of fire with other attack methods, know...
This document is supplementary to “Marauding Terrorist Attacks: Making your organisation ready”, which discusses how your organisation can recognise an attack, take immediate action and facilitate the...
Marauding Terrorist Attacks Supplementary Guidance Active Delay Systems – measures that can further delay the rate of progress of an attack.
This document is supplementary to "Marauding Terrorist Attacks: Making your organisation ready" which discusses the importance of the use of announcements. It provides more detail in relation to how a...
Marauding Terrorist Attacks (MTA) are fast moving violent incidents, where assailants move through a location aiming to harm as many people as possible.
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