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Pen Underwriting partners with the Police Digital Security Centre

Pen Underwriting has become the first insurance provider to partner with the Police Digital Security Centre (PDSC) on a new national certification scheme designed to boost the cyber security resilience of small businesses in the UK, by announcing it will recognise and reward firms that can demonstrate they are ‘Digitally Aware’.

Lockdown request for CSAS patrols to protect empty businesses

Since the Government’s coronavirus lockdown in March, uniformed employees of a private security company operating with police powers have been specifically asked by businesses in York City Centre to check on their premises whilst they remain empty.

Bike Security – tips to keep bikes safe

Delivered by Cycling UK, the national cycling charity which has been looking after cyclists since 1878, the annual celebration to showcase cycling, Bike Week, is taking place from 6th to 14th June 2020.

Merseyside Police praise for CSAS security staff as waste sites reopen

Staff from Liverpool-based company Paramount Stewarding and Security are using specific police powers to assist with traffic diversions and vehicle queues at four Household Waste Recycling Centres in Merseyside which have reopened following the Government’s easing of coronavirus restrictions.

Bike security tips

With the Government recommending alternative ways to travel to work, such as cycling, to relieve the pressure on public transport as the country begins to come out of the COVID-19 lockdown, Secured by Design (SBD), the official police security initiative, have put together tips to help owners keep their bikes safe and secure, both at work and at home.

PCPI launch ‘Marathon in a month’ challenge

Police Crime Prevention Initiatives (PCPI) is launching a ‘Marathon in a month’ challenge in June in support the PC Nicola Hughes Memorial Fund, PCPI’s chosen charity of the year.

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