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Before you get in touch, please read the advice below. We’ve included links to several documents that provide more detail about filming, if you need it.
There are seven types of filming on location that will likely require a police presence. These are filming:
The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) information sheet, Safe filming and recording involving vehicles (see below) is a useful read.
The concern when filming scenes involving danger or violence is that members of the public don't realise that filming is taking place, so they:
For this reason, you must consult us in advance.
As a general guideline, please make sure:
For more information read the HSE information sheet Stunts, fights and other hazardous production activities (see below).
You and your production must:
See also the HSE information sheet Management of firearms and other weapons in productions (below).