SAFER CITIES 2018 – SECURITY RISK ANALYSIS
Following the escalation of terrorist attacks throughout 2017, urban areas across the UK and Europe are facing unprecedented levels of security threats that have the potential to dramatically affect the local and national economy.
In addition to terrorism, negative economic impact factors also include crime, anti-social behaviour and major emergencies (fire, flood, electrical failure, building collapse, critical incident etc).
Individual businesses alone cannot address the threats that exist in the surrounding geographical environment in which they operate in. Through a partnership approach, Business Improvement Districts (BIDs) can significantly manage and reduce adverse conditions with cost-effective solutions to create a safer and more attractive area for businesses to invest in and prosper.
CONTROL MEASURES - REDUCING RISK
The Safer Cities 2018 Security Risk Analysis programme has been designed and implemented by the Hammersmith BID Operations Manager, Gordon Brockie. He has an extensive background in SRA, primarily within specialist crime-intelligence policing and multi-agency project management in challenging and complex environments. An innovative solver of problems with bespoke solutions, he brings a bold, dynamic and progressive approach to corporate security that enhances client, partner, senior management and staffing cohesion. He can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org