12 results for "Vehicle as a weapon"
This guidance presents an overview of the principles behind Vehicle As a Weapon (VAW) detection, the different technologies available & considerations regarding the environments in which they may oper...
Vehicle-borne threats range from vandalism to sophisticated or aggressive attack by determined criminals or terrorists
Recommended process VAW guidance PDF
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
The risk to pedestrians from Vehicle As a Weapon (VAW) attack remains a realistic possibility during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Security Equipment listed in this CSE Chapter has been allocated a rating in accordance with NPSA’s Vehicle Attack Delay Standard (VADS).
In February 2021, the UK Government published its ‘Guidance COVID-19 Response - Spring 2021’ detailing a staged roadmap to easing of lockdown
For security practitioners, NPSA summarise technical changes to the new industry standard for testing vehicle security barriers.
NPSA encourages everyone with ideas for developing the next generation of innovative and novel research in protective security to submit their ideas into the DASA Security Rapid Impact Open Call
This short guidance is intended to help those responsible for the procurement of a Private Security Contractor (PSC) for an event
Guidance to manage risks from the Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation
NPSA works with partners and organisations to develop security measures that ensure your safety at venues and public spaces, some of these are more obvious than others, this campaign is to reassure yo...