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Body-worn video interview plans

The Home Office proposes to allow police to use body-worn video to record interviews with suspects; and doing away with written interview records, replaced with audio, unless such a recording device is not to hand. For what's proposed, visit the consultation documents. Police can already use evidence captured by wearable cameras but the changes would mean that, for the first time, they can be used for suspect interviews read more


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New Institute chair

At the Security Institute, Dr Alison Wakefield will become its new chairman from January 2018. She's taking over from Garry Evanson. Alison Wakefield has been a finalist in the Professional Security ‘Women in Security’ awards in 2015 and 2016, and was awarded the annual Lord Imbert Prize for contributions to the sector, by the Association of Security Consultants last month. She's pictured right receiving the award, as read more

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Wireless detector

Pyronix has released its first wireless low-mounted external volumetric detector. The new XDL12TT-WE, pictured, combines Pyronix Enforcer two-way wireless technology with external detection protocols, including: Dual-Vision Pet Immune, Tri-Signal Detection Logic and Gaussian Frequency Modulation (GFM), as a wireless external detector. Pyronix Marketing Manager, Laurence Kenny, said: “This combination of Pyronix read more

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Free security surveys

To mark the launch of its new website, the designer, supplier and installer of integrated security systems, The Bloomfield Group, is offering free security surveys. Richard Bissett, Managing Director, says: “It’s a great opportunity for businesses, hospitals, schools and colleges to review their security measures. At a time when there is heightened awareness of security issues and the safety of people and property, we can read more