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UK Government Launches Consultation On ANPR Usage
02 March, 2011
Code of practice to be developed for the use of CCTV surveillance and Automatic number plate recognition equipment in the UK
War Veteran Takes Delivery of Millionth New UK Passport
28 February, 2011
One million new high security passports for UK citizens have now been issued with the landmark passport being delivered free to war pensioner
National ID Card Scheme Ends With Destruction Of Data
11 February, 2011
Britain's Home Office Minister has overseen the destruction of hard disk drives and back-up takes containing the data of subscribers to the country's doomed National ID card scheme
ID Card System Cancelled In The UK
23 December, 2010
Identity Documents Bill receives approval with existing ID cards to be scrapped within one month of Royal Assent
Fake Christmas Gift Warning From The UK Border Agency
22 December, 2010
Christmas shoppers are being urged by the UK Border Agency to be on their guard for counterfeit goods which are liable to seizure at border crossing points
First New Design Passport For the UK Issued
11 October, 2010
New passport design features additional security features such as re-positioned chip, holograms and duplicated holder's image
UK Government Tackles Burglary and Car Crime With Trapping Technology
26 March, 2010
The Securing Homes program set up by the Home Office is to supply police forces across the UK with money and technology to improve burglary and car theft detection using property tagging, ANPR, surveillance cameras and other equipment in trap houses and trap vehicles
Lord West Address to Security Industry Representatives on Securing the Olympic Games
01 March, 2010
Olympic Games Security for the 2012 event in London was the theme of the Olympic Security Minister at an address made to the security industry in Westminster
UK Security MinisterÃÂÃâ€ÂÃâ€Âs Speech to the Security Industry
11 February, 2010
Lord West has met security industry representatives from the guarding sector at Westminster to discuss the Government's counter terrorism strategy
UK Government launches crime prevention campaign
28 December, 2009
The ÃâÅ"Don't Advertise Your Stuff to Thieves" campaign launched in the UK is designed to prevent burglary, car crime and identity theft
Greater Manchester residents can obtain identity cards from end of November
17 November, 2009
The first identity cards to be issued in the UK will be available in Manchester from 30th November for those residents who want to register for them
UK Campaign on preventing distraction burglaries begins
13 November, 2009
The UK Home Office launches national campaign for protection against distraction burglaries and offers useful tips to tenants
UK National ID Card roll-out brought forward
28 September, 2009
From January 2010, the first ID cards will be issued to skilled migrants who renew their visas in order to continue working in the UK
Government guidelines on NFC phone security
28 August, 2009
The UK Home Office is working with the banking and mobile phone industry on the early implementation of tight security measures to prevent criminal activity based on the use of Near Field Communication based mobile payment systems
UK Government counter terrorism strategy revised
25 March, 2009
CONTEST strategy from the UK Government sets out predictions on terrorism developments and a comprehensive action plan to counter the threat
Mobile phone crime reduction initiative funded by UK Government
18 March, 2009
Police National Computer to be linked into the National Mobile Phone Register in attempt to stamp out mobile phone crime in the UK