Using a Bug Detector for Counter Surveillance

Posted on July 17, 2017 at 10:18 pm

Bug detectors are used to protect secure information from being discovered through the use of bugs. These can be planted in various locations and usually involve some form of recording device that can be used to pick up information that should be kept secret by security forces. Anti-surveillance technology like bug detectors is often employed by security forces and organisations like MI5 and MI6 to help keep national and international data safe.

Bug detectors are used to pick up suspicious signals so that the devices producing them can then be investigated and destroyed if required. Bug detectors may be used in a discrete way, being carried in pockets or items of clothing, or they may be combined into other systems. They can pick up a range of signals, even from devices that only give off a weak or sporadic signal. This makes them highly effective and renders them essential in matters of security.

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Staying in the EU – securing our future

Posted on March 31, 2016 at 7:59 pm

Soon Britain will have to decide if it wasn’t to stay in the European Union. There are pros and cons for staying and leaving the EU but it is up to the public to decide.

With the recent terror attacks hitting many countries within the EU a big question people are asking is are we safer in it or without it.

The EU countries tend to try and stick together on issues such as terrorist attacks and therefore it wold suggest that we are stronger in numbers than on our own.

Leaving the EU would also have a strong impact on our financial situation, there will be money to be saved on membership of being an EU member but we would then not have to stick to strict EU trading laws, which could go either way. We import a lot of our produce, so possibly could see a significant rise in prices but could also chose to sell our goods at our own prices too.



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Police Rapid Response Services

Posted on January 9, 2014 at 3:43 pm

Police rapid response involves a wide variety of elements and advanced driving is one of them. Advanced driving for police officers revolves around their ability to control the speed and position of their vehicle safely. Police officers have to; systematically operate their vehicles in order to achieve appropriate response times. They have to move through road traffic with a high level of skill and expertise.

Police rapid response also involves teams of police officers whose task is to increase police visibility in neighbourhoods that are considered as high-crime and high-risk areas. They also offer support to the divisions neighbourhood plans, they help in takedowns that involve major street gangs and help to patrol neighbourhoods. This helps to maintain law and order and reassure the community that they are safe from criminal offenders.

Police rapid response is a crucial component when it comes to maintaining law and order. Without proper response times, criminal offenders can get away with a lot.


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