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This document provides information as to how to assess the vulnerability of a site to the threat of Unmanned Aerial Systems. Detailed guidance is provided as to the four tasks that should be undertak...
Why and how hostile reconnaissance is conducted, and the principles of how to disrupt threats during the reconnaissance phase, along with practical measures on how to reduce the vulnerability of their...
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The purpose of this document is to provide guidance to those responsible for National Infrastructure (NI) sites on how to develop an Operational Requirement (OR) for Counter- Unmanned Aerial Systems (...
Project Servator is a policing tactic that aims to disrupt a range of criminal activity, while providing a reassuring presence for the public
Is your business ready for a terrorist attack?
It is vital to make certain that robust preparation and planning is undertaken to assess the risks that UAS pose to your site or organisation
Effective security risk management requires an organisation to have defined governance and oversight of protective security management systems.
The planning process has a key role in making places – recommending how and where buildings should be built, what they should be used for and how they should fit into the local surroundings.
NPSA have released the latest module in the See, Check and Notify series, SCaN for line managers. With an emphasis on Insider Threat this module is designed to increase awareness around the hostile re...
NPSA has a wide range of protective security guidance products relevant to Public Premises and Events
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