Free access to Safer Communities journal articles until Sunday 17th March 2013

  Articles from the Safer Communities journal are freely available until Sunday 17th March   Recent popular articles: What we did when it happened: a timeline analysis of the social disorder in London – Daniel Briggs Risk, prevention and early intervention: Youth justice responses to girls – Sean Creaney Payment by results in the criminal justice system: Can it deliver? – Jon Collins […]

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IFSEC international returns to the NEC Birmingham, UK, 13-16 May 2013.

This year Perpetuity Research will once again be exhibiting at the event. IFSEC attracts more than 650 leading solution providers, from 100 countries. It provides access to 7 free education theatres that make up the IFSEC Academy, and attracts 24,000 attendees providing ample opportunity for networking. It covers more than just traditional security and fire solutions as the event covers […]

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Martin Gill 13th most influential person in Security & Fire

To celebrate their 40th anniversary IFSEC International has compiled a list of the 40 people they consider to be the most influential in the global security and fire industries. Our Director, Martin Gill, was placed 13th. Over a decade since starting Perpetuity Research, Martin and the research team continue to produce high quality independent academically based research to develop a […]

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Multi-million dollar diamond heist highlights airport security failure

Robbery prompts calls for renewed focus on perimeter protection By CHRIS YATES for COUNTER TERROR EXPO Airport perimeter security is under scrutiny again, following a reported $67 million diamond robbery at Brussels Zaventem. The heist occurred within the supposedly secure airside of the airport and took the heavily armed robbers a mere 11 minutes from entry to exit to execute. The […]

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Corporate Manslaughter and Regulatory Reform

OUT NOW: A new addition to the Crime Prevention and Security Management series Corporate Manslaughter and Regulatory Reform. Author Paul Almond has written an innovative account of the international emergence of corporate manslaughter offences to criminalise deaths in the workplace during the last twenty years, identifying the limitations of health and safety regulation that have prompted this development. For a […]

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