Analysis: What next for arson?

The Arson Prevention Forum, an organisation designed to bring together relevant parties to share ideas, good practice and trends on the fight against arson, has hit pause on holding meetings. Post investigates why and what next where it comes to tackling…

180 years of Post: Tackling arson

Arson has been with us almost since the day humankind discovered fire. It has blighted every society and great civilisations have their own chapters entirely devoted to spectacular acts of arson – just think of the deranged Emperor Nero fiddling while…

This Week in Post: Deal or no deal?

“You can watch Go Jetters if you let me tie your hair” is the type of deal you sometimes need to strike with your toddler if you want to get things done. Of course, you shouldn’t negotiate with mini-terrorists but there is nothing wrong with a win-win…

Axa finds business crimes down 14%

Crimes committed against UK business fell after two years of consecutive increases according to figures released by Axa today.

Fire risks - Arson: Playing with fire

Arson is becoming an increasingly prominent problem, with 40% of all commercial fires being started deliberately. Catherine Dixon examines what can be done to make buildings more secure against this persistent threat.

RSA improves arson risk model

RSA has replaced its geographic risk assessment tool with a model that aims to more accurately determine the risk of arson for individual commercial and residential properties.

NIG mapping tool

NIG has rolled out a new geospatial mapping tool covering the whole of the UK including Northern Ireland.

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