However, Revo would like to further enhance the guidance available to the industry to ensure that the mitigation of security and safety risks and the safe transportation of cash remains a high priority.
This guidance provides helpful advice to reduce the risk of CVIT robbery when cash is transported to and from shopping centres and other retail locations.
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You will be aware of this morning’s terror incident at Parsons Green Tube Station. The national threat level remains at Severe after being heightened to Critical.
We have been liaising with the Counter Terrorism Specialists on your behalf, and their advice follows.
All our communities and partners should remain alert but not alarmed.
Plans for incidents of this type are put into practice. Many of you will have customers or staff who will look to you ...
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Since 2014, the threat we’ve faced from terrorism has been ‘Severe’ which means that an attack is highly likely.
But the cooperation between public and police is a powerful defence. Consequently, in recent years, attacks have been prevented and lives have been saved.
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Following horrific attacks in Brussels we have been engaging with the security services to ascertain any changes in the current threat levels and advice for retail property asset owners, operators and managers.
Although the threat level remains the same, police forces across the U.K have been deployed in larger numbers in crowded places, and will therefore be more visible to your customers.
Please read carefully to ensure you understand this increased threat.
The City of London Police is committed to preventing, detecting and disrupting fraudulent activities throughout the UK.
Working with the National Fraud Intelligence Bureau (NFIB), Get Safe Online and Action Fraud, they’ve created the twelve online frauds of Christmas that they suspect criminals may use during the festive period. These have been compiled with the aim of highlighting these fraudulent activities and increasing business and community awareness, together ...