Intelligence: Our duty to protect must begin now

Lone wolf terrorist

Protect Duty legislation has been touted as a way to reduce the potential for catastrophic events from terrorist attacks at publicly accessible locations, and it is likely to affect public and employers’ liability polices. But, as Edmund Tirbutt reports, a lack of awareness both of the legislation and the knowledge of counterterrorism measures are – currently – areas of major concern

Concrete details are still awaited on the Protect Duty legislation to reduce the potential for catastrophic events from terrorist attacks at publicly accessible locations. However, that hasn’t

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