Counter Terrorism - Security Consultants

 

 

In high profile buildings or crowded places that may be attractive targets for terrorists, the challenge for designers is to incorporate counter-terrorism (CT) measures into their buildings and public spaces whilst maintaining quality of place.

 

Therefore the challenge and opportunity for architects and designers is to design in security features from the outset – when any additional cost will be minimal compared to retrofits and how they are integrated and look on site is still maintained by the design team. Developing counter-terror protection regimes is seldom a straightforward process and when considering incorporation of CT measures, individual cases should be examined through calculated assessment of their particular merits and requirements. Each will invariably differ according to location and assessed threat. Whatever the need, embracing these differences can pose a challenge to designers, but may also provide a canvas for positive enterprise and innovative ideas to emerge.

 

Our experts can offer specialist advice regarding the security of explosives and pre-cursor chemicals, pathogens and toxins, radiological sources and other toxic chemicals. We also provide guidance in relation to business continuity, designing out vehicle borne terrorism, the protection of crowded places and reducing opportunities for terrorism trough environmental design.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Core Security role of the Counter Terrorism - Security Consultans is to identify and assess critical sites and assets within client's area that might be vulnerable to terrorist or extremist attack, then devise and develop appropriate protective security report to minimise impact on that site and the surrounding community and, we are partners with a worldwide network of other investigative agencies with whom we can exchange key information to establish quickly the credentials of people and organisations outside the UK. 

 

Also we can provide worldwide expertise on the following issues:

 

  1. Managing the Risks

  2. Security Planning

  3. Physical Security

  4. Evacuation Planning

  5. Hostile Reconnaissance

  6. Good Housekeeping

  7. Access Control

  8. CCTV Guidance

  9. Small Deliveries by Courier and Mail Handling

  10. Search Planning

  11. Personnel Security

  12. Information Security

  13. Vehicle Borne Improvised Explosive Devices (VBIEDs)

  14. Chemical, Biological and Radiological (CBR) Attacks

  15. Suicide Attacks

  16. Firearm and Weapon Attacks

  17. Communication and Security Culture

     

 

Attention

 

Anti-Terrorist Hotline 0800 789 321

 

https://secure.met.police.uk/athotline/

 

It’s probably nothing but… if you see or hear anything that could be terrorist-related trust your instincts and call the Anti-Terrorist Hotline.

If you think you have seen person acting suspiciously, or if you see a vehicle, unattended package or bag which might be an immediate threat, move away and call 999.