Guidance

Counter terrorism protective security advice for commercial centres

Guidance on reducing the risk from terrorism in commercial centres

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Counter terrorism protective security advice for commercial centres

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This guidance has been replaced.

Please see the updated Crowded Places guidance here

NaCTSO has researched and produced a guidance document giving protective security advice to those who are responsible for the security at commercial centres and large shared occupancy office buildings. It is aimed at those organisations that are seeking to reduce the risk of a terrorist attack, or limit the damage terrorism might cause.

Commercial centre management should use the guidance to reduce the risk to as low as reasonably practicable. The document contains good practice checklists intended as a guide for management to assist them in identifying the hazards and risks associated with commercial centre security planning.

For site specific advice relating to your commercial centre, contact your CTSA or use the non emergency police telephone number 101.

Published 1 January 2008