Thinking beyond the red button

Those involved with public protection units, domestic abuse, witness protection and community safety are invited to attend an exclusive forum to discuss the use of personal safety devices in protecting those at risk or in danger. The half-day event is being hosted by Skyguard – specialists in providing personal safety and back-up service – and will be held on March 18, 2010, in Epsom, Surrey.

Feb 25, 2010
By Paul Jacques
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Those involved with public protection units, domestic abuse, witness protection and community safety are invited to attend an exclusive forum to discuss the use of personal safety devices in protecting those at risk or in danger. The half-day event is being hosted by Skyguard – specialists in providing personal safety and back-up service – and will be held on March 18, 2010, in Epsom, Surrey.

The forum is offered free of charge to police forces and their local authority partners and will draw on the experiences of 20 police divisions throughout the country, encouraging the sharing of experiences between different forces.

The forum aims to identify ‘best practice’ for those using personal safety devices and will provide insight into the levels of service that police forces should expect and a comparison of the cost of a personal safety service against relocation and other alternatives.

Delegates will also be able to visit Skyguard’s new BS 8484 and BS 5979 Cat 2 accredited Incident Management Centre to see precisely what happens once the red button is pressed.

There will also be an opportunity for networking over lunch.

*There is no charge to attend the half-day forum: to register for the event visit www.beyondtheredbutton.com or contact Linda Tyrrell for further information on 01491 570 972.

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