Working together to protect crowded places - a consultation document
Aims to help local partners understand their role and the contributions they can make to reducing the vulnerability of crowded places at risk to terrorist attack by incorporating counter terrorist protective security advice into their existing work to improve community safety. Provides advice about how risk will be assessed and local performance managed and explains the roles of key partners in delivering reductions in the vulnerabilities of crowded places to terrorist attack.
Consultation closed on 10 July 2009. To be read with Safer places: a counter terrorism supplement - a consultation document and Impact assessment of crowded places guidance (both Home Office, 2009); Safer places - the planning system and crime prevention (ODPM, 2004) and Planning policy statement 1: delivering sustainable development (ODPM, 2005).
The Home Office is the government department responsible for immigration and passports, drugs policy, counter-terrorism and police.
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