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How Staffs Police Tackle Terrorism

Staffordshire Police has dedicated Counter Terrorism Security Advisers (CTSAs) who are coordinated, trained and tasked by the National Counter Terrorism Security Office. The CTSA assess local sites in their force area that might be vulnerable to terrorist attack; then devise a protective security plan to minimise impact on that site and the community.

Counter Terrorism Officers in orange suitsCTSAs have recently been delegated responsibility by the Home Office for dealing with protective security for 'Crowded Places'. Including shopping centres, stadiums, pubs or transport hubs.

The public can play a key role in supporting the CTSAs and the police by being security minded and having good measures in place can protect your community and business against crime and make the work of terrorists more difficult. A small investment in security measures greatly enhances the feeling of security for everyone and helps protect those around you.

Producers and suppliers of many chemical-based fertilizers have joined forces with national agencies to promote awareness and enhance safer trading. If your company is involved in the storage, supply or use of fertilisers then please contact your local CTSA or visit the website Secure Your Fertiliser for further security related advice.

If you feel that your company could benefit from counter terrorism security advice you can contact us through this contact form.