Monthly Archives: February 2015

BBC News: US security chief warns shoppers after terror threat

I saw this on the BBC News App and thought you should see it: US security chief warns shoppers after terror threatThe head of US homeland security urges vigilance after Somali-based militants call for attacks on shopping centres in the … Continue reading

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Incident in the Kings Cross area

The following incident recently occurred: There was a gas cylinder found unattended on the main road outside a building in the Kings Cross area. Police were called and officers had attended the incident. The police called the bomb disposal and … Continue reading

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Griffin Call Notes

Lightening Reports. February 17thAt Primrose street a male was reported to have entered offices in Exchange Square paying attention to the list of companies on the wall. He left after two minutes not speaking to staff. Enquiries are ongoing. February … Continue reading

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City of London Police Business & Community Bulletin, 20 February 2015 (NOT PROTECTIVELY MARKED)

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Suspicious activity

Broadgate Estates have reported that 2 suspicious Vesper mopeds have been seen in the city, one was seen carrying 2 people one holding a claw hammer. They have black helmets and hi vis jackets. Bishopsgate Police are keen to locate … Continue reading

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iModus Message (Low Priority ISL – Banking) – CSSC LONDON GREEN MESSAGE – NaCTSO Bulletin – 18th February 2015 #477999413#

18th February 2015 PLEASE SHARE THIS COMMUNICATION NaCTSO bulletin Following the terrorist attacks in a number of countries, most recently Denmark, we have been reviewing, alongside our partners, our overall security posture. In August 2014 the national threat level was … Continue reading

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NaCTSO Bulletin

NaCTSO bulletin Following the terrorist attacks in a number of countries, most recently Denmark, we have been reviewing, alongside our partners, our overall security posture. In August 2014 the national threat level was raised to SEVERE which means a terrorist … Continue reading

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