News Update 21/5/19

 

It’s been an interesting few days with the Australian Federal Election and associated crime (stories below), the update to our front page and the publishing of another article in the TPSO Magazine.

TPSO Magazine

The TPSO Magazine is a great, free resource for those interested in the security, law and protection industries.

In edition 3, our Security Management Consultant Jason Sexton has had an article published, discussing the Christchurch Terror Attack and some key learnings.

You can read the article here.

The Federal Election

There were some interesting scenes in the lead up to the election this week:

A Tony Abbott supporter was attacked at a polling station (article here), and Pauline Hanson’s campaign truck was set alight (article here).

Assessment is important

What is clear from the above is the need for adequate security and risk assessments. Peoples behaviour is ever changing, especially where someone has a deeply held belief or ideology.

 

Get in contact with us to assist with your next security review or risk assessment. You can find our contact details here.

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