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Protect Duty
Building resilience for PALs

As the new-look Government takes shape under Liz Truss, with the key appointments of Suella Braverman as Home Secretary and Tom Tugendhat stepping up as Minister for Security, we all hope that the conversations about getting the Protect Duty enshrined into UK Law will resume expeditiously. Indeed, the new Security Minister took the opportunity to demonstrate his support at the International Security Expo at Olympia London, at the end of September, where he also met with Figen Murray. So far, so good.

In the background, both Public and Private sector organisations are gearing up their preparations for when the Protect Duty comes into being. One of the key aspects for organisations in this, is the capacity classification of Publicly Accessible Locations (PALs) - *“A Publicly Accessible Location is defined as any place to which the public or any section of the public has access, on payment or otherwise, as of right or by virtue of express or implied permission.” – and alongside that the understanding of the associated risks, threat mitigation and most effective responses available in order to build resilience and to protect the public from the threat of a terrorist attack.

Risk assessment needs to be as dynamic as possible, to deal with the complexity and variety of risks for each specific location/ situation/ event. Among the multitude of tools available, what role does AI have in being able to augment our understanding of possible scenarios, by providing us with more sophisticated information and modelling scenarios to best protect people, places and assets?

Join us online at 10am on 18th October as our esteemed speakers discuss this, the future challenges and much more.

So, why should YOU attend?

  • To get the inside track from industry experts.  

  • Have your questions answered and to learn the current thinking.  

  • To gain a better understanding of how building resilience is a critical aspect of preparing for the Protect Duty.

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Also, because of our partnership with the Security Institute, all CTB365 events are CPD-Accredited – meaning that you will earn DOUBLE CPD points for attending!

Please register for this influential gathering of experts, online, to further your knowledge and to engage with the leaders in the field.

Join us for what promises to be an informative online event of industry Thought Leaders, with Peer Chat, Live Polls, Interactive Q&A and Download Centre.



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