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How can you help

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  1. How can you help Terrorist intent on carrying out deadly and determined attacks will conduct what is referred to as ‘hostile reconnaissance. One of the most significant contributions anyone can make in combating terrorism is to remain vigilant and alert to such behaviour at all times. Look for suspicious behaviour or activity. Have any security measures been tampered with or breached? Why is someone taking photographs in a vulnerable area? Why are they taking note of security measures in place? If your suspicions are raised call the police and try to monitor the person’s movements. Otherwise call the Anti Terrorist Hot Line 0800 789321 and pass as much detail as possible. Your information could be the vital link in preventing a terrorist attack. For more detailed guidance speak with your local CTSA. Alternatively go to www.nactso.gov.uk. Security advice is provided to those business areas and premises that may be at risk from terrorist activity. For crime prevention advice, please contact your local police Crime Prevention Officer.

  2. Vulnerability Self Assessment Tool • The National Counter Terrorism Office (NaCTSO) have developed an online Vulnerability Self Assessment Tool (VSAT) to assist you to identify and reduce the vulnerability to your establishment and help protect our communities against terrorism. • The VSAT product provides • Signposting to ‘Good Practice’. • A 12 month Business Continuity Management Tool. • Increased local engagement with Counter Terrorist Security Advisors (CTSA). • Details of other Counter Terrorism initiatives. • Written assessment report with recommendations covering: • Physical Security • Personnel Security • Information Security • Good Housekeeping and Risk Management • If you would like to register for this service, please provide the details requested on the section opposite and hand it to the CTSA present. Once registered you will receive an email asking you to logon and set a password. • For further information please visit: www.nactso.gov.uk • Please note we will never pass your details onto third parties • We may from time to time get in touch with Police related matters, for example, Threat Alerts, Counter Terrorism or Crime Prevention advise. CTSA Advice CTSAs provide specialist security advice to those sectors that could be at risk from terrorist activity. These sectors are identified by government departments and usually have some form of regulations applicable to the safety and/or security regarding the nature of their work. This is a wide range of business areas and can include places where large numbers of people gather, premises where hazardous material are kept and buildings that may have a symbolic significance. For basic crime prevention please contact your local crime prevention officer. Your local CTSA can be contacted on the following details: DC David Murray 0141 532 2041 Douglas Gillespie 0141 532 6924 Tom McNicol 0141 532 2614