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In the News: Seven arrested for hate crimes after New Zealand mosque shootings

Seven people have been arrested by the Greater Manchester Police (GMP) for hate crimes over the Christchurch Mosque shootings with GMP receiving 11 complaints, nine of them online. Russ Jackson, assistant chief constable of GMP, said the arrests were mostly for stirring up racial hatred or malicious communications. Mr Jackson said: “In one example a…

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In the News: Stanwell stabbing

A 19 year old has been stabbed in what police believe to be a “far right” inspired attack. The incident occurred in Stanwell, Surrey on the 17th March with the victim sustaining injuries from both a knife and bat used by the attacker. It has been reported that he is in a stable condition. A…

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In the News: Fatal shootings in Utrecht

Fatal shootings have taken place in Utrecht, in an incident which has claimed the life of 3 people and wounded 5. The shooting occurred at 10:45pm on Monday 18th March, police were called to reports of a shooter near one of the cities main tram lines. Witnesses at the scene claimed the shooter had began…

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In the News: 50 dead after New Zealand shooting

A man has been arrested following the brutal shootings that took place on Friday 15th March in Christchurch, New Zealand. At least 50 people lost their lives with a further 50 needing medical assistance for severe injuries. The incident began at Al Noor Mosque, where the gunman massacred 41 civilians including children. He then went…

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Major threats faced by housing staff

Due to the varied nature of the workforce, employees within the housing sector are facing a growing number of large-scale threats which can affect both employee safety and business continuity. Employers have a duty of care to protect their workers, but this can prove challenging for large organisations with disparate staff. Fires Fires are a…

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IncidentEye Shortlisted for National Digital Awards

IncidentEye has been shortlisted as a finalist for the Best use of Mobile and IOT award at the 2018 Digital Entrepreneur Awards (DEAs). IncidentEye is an incident people management solution launched by StaySafe in 2018. The innovative app and hub provide organisations with an effective way to instantly respond in the event of an emergency…

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Live terror investigations in the UK reaches 676

The number of terror investigations has risen sharply in the last few months, increasing from “over 500” in March to 676 by the end of June, revealed a PM spokesperson today. This statement comes the day after a terror attack in London yesterday, in which a Ford Fiesta was driven into cyclists outside The Houses…

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StaySafe launch new app to instantly locate staff during an incident

StaySafe have launched IncidentEye, an app that allows companies to quickly locate and monitor the safety of their staff in the event of a terror attack, natural disaster or other emergencies. The solution has been developed in response to the growing number of incidents, both man-made and natural, that are affecting businesses around the world.…

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Terror in the workplace: When the worst happens, how do you know your people are safe?

Businesses are increasingly facing a growing number of large-scale incidents that can affect the well-being of their employees and the organisation’s ability to operate. In the aftermath of a terror attack or other disaster situation, the failure to prepare and respond effectively leaves the business and its employees vulnerable, and will considerably prolong an incident…

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