Guidance

Counter terrorism protective security advice for your business outside the UK

Guidance on reducing the risk from terrorism in business premises overseas.

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Counter terrorism protective security advice for your business outside the UK

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This guidance has been replaced.

Please see the updated Crowded Places guidance here

This guide, written in partnership between NaCTSO and the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, provides protective security advice to those who own, operate, manage or work within various businesses outside of the UK including hotels, restaurants, bars, shopping centres, tourism and transport.

It is aimed at those premises where there may be a risk of a terrorist attack either because of the nature of the business, its location, or the number of people who work there.

Published 1 January 2011