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messageMet police briefings up dated daily
Posted by bob March 25, 07:22PM

I now receive a daily briefing from the Metropolitan police re updates on the Corona virus the information is straight from the Metropolitan police daily briefing
Bob S
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messageRe: Met police briefings Thanks to all the volunteersattachment
Posted by IlonaM March 25, 07:44PM

Posted on behalf of bob

AS – Central South

Briefing note

COVID19 – 24/03/2020


Attached as pdf



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Attachments: Met Briefing Note 24 Mar 2020.pdf (17.7KB)  
messageRe: Met police briefings up dated daily - briefing for 25/03/20attachment
Posted by IlonaM March 25, 09:15PM

Attached as pdf



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Attachments: Met Briefing Note 25 Mar 2020.pdf (18.2KB)  
messageRe: Met police briefings up dated daily - briefing for 26/03/20attachment
Posted by IlonaM March 26, 02:46PM

Posted on behalf of bob.

Below:
- Crime Prevention advice for empty commercial premises
- Briefing for 26th March - attached as pdf


Crime Prevention advice for empty commercial premises

The Coronavirus has necessitated businesses close across London leaving many empty buildings:
this will likely be the first time your building is going to be empty for an extended period of time.
There is a concern that your property could be at risk of being targeted: this could potentially come
in the form of an illegal occupation, the theft of stock or criminal damage.

The risk factor to your premises will naturally be dependent on a number of factors: area, local
criminality, size, stock, security and this is an aide memoire for assisting you in your decision-
making.

The Metropolitan Police Service are maintaining a visible presence across the capital and are
committed to preventing any crime. However, we need your help to ensure that your buildings are
as secure as they can be.

As a rule, it is important that you focus on the risks to your premises and regularly review your
security. Work in partnership online to reduce the risk by sharing information with your local
business community, crime reduction partnership and local police.

The restrictions on your movement will be prohibitive. Only travel where absolutely necessary.
Please consider your health, and that of your colleagues, friends, families, and wider population.
The following information will help you protect your property:

1. Review your property portfolio

Conduct a detailed security review of all occupied and unoccupied property and land that you have
responsibility for: use a systematic approach of reviewing your premises layer by layer, starting with
the boundary and working your way inwards. Look for vulnerabilities in the space between the
perimeter, any outbuildings and the main building. Out of sight, out of mind: Lock away any items
that could be stolen, used as a climbing aide or targeted for arson.

2. Access and boundary treatments

Invest in a recognised security standard gate and locking mechanism, which is securely fixed to the
ground and in alignment with the boundary fence. We recommended reviewing the Secured By
Design website for further details. www.securedbydesign.com

Ensure your boundary is security rated and high enough to deter someone from climbing over it. We
recommend a minimum height of 2.1 metres. Contact your local planning office for details of what
height they will allow as a matter of course. There are a wide range of perimeter fences available
with additional security features which will be sufficient to deter a physical attack. Some fencing
options have a protruding topping that is difficult to climb, whilst allowing natural surveillance
through the barrier. Some fencing can also incorporate lighting



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Attachments: Met Briefing Note 26 Mar 2020.pdf (20.1KB)  
messageRe: Met police briefings up dated daily
Posted by seemster March 26, 02:56PM

Thanks for sharing these bob - could you tell me what to do to receive the emails myself please?

messageRe: Met police briefings up dated daily
Posted by bob March 26, 04:08PM

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messageRe: Met police briefings up dated daily
Posted by Administrator March 26, 04:24PM

Hi Bob

Thanks, these are really useful but really hard to read e.g. we're not sure where they start or end. Can anyone post them here so they're formatted?

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messageRe: Met police briefings up dated daily
Posted by ianr March 26, 04:42PM

Is this any better? Sorry; delted again pro tem



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messageRe: Met police briefings up dated daily
Posted by dbboy March 26, 06:15PM

It's not that they are not formatted, its also that they ramble on for so long and in places repeat. Would have thought the Police have much more important things to do than produce such long prose.

messageRe: Met police briefings up dated daily
Posted by bob March 26, 07:20PM

Admin rather than continue the thread would it be better to have a new post every day

messageRe: Met police briefings up dated daily
Posted by bob March 26, 07:34PM

Or delete older post after 2 days

messageRe: Met police briefings up dated dailyattachment
Posted by ianr March 26, 08:08PM

A rough and ready conversion HTML->PDF (using free CutePDF Writer ... hint, hint) attached which makes it a bit easier to read.

Also attached is the attachment mentioned in it, Empty Commercial Premises Advice. It was 709 kB when received. I've reprinted it and it came down to 157 kB. I trust it's otherwise unchanged.



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Attachments: Briefing Note - COVID19 - 26_03_2020.pdf (27.9KB)   Metropolitan Police - Empty Commercial Premises Advice.pdf (156.4KB)  
messageRe: Met police briefings up dated daily
Posted by Administrator March 26, 08:24PM

Thanks ianr

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messageRe: Met police briefings up dated daily
Posted by bob March 27, 12:49PM

Yes thanks Ianr makes it much easier to read

Bob S

messageRe: Met police briefings up dated daily - briefing for 27/03/20 - part 1attachment
Posted by IlonaM March 27, 03:05PM

Good afternoon



Please find below today’s Covid19 briefing note from BCU Commander C/Supt Colin Wingrove. Also attached are 3 documents; the first two relate to advice for business owners and the third is a letter around possible Covid19 scams.



This weekend will see extra officers on patrol across Southwark to engage with the public and enforce the lockdown where appropriate. We will be focusing on parks and open spaces as we’ve had a number of reports of anti-social behaviour and gatherings in these areas. We’re also working closely with the local authority to identify and close any businesses that should not be open.



Thank you for your continued support and be safe.


Owen

Attachments: Met Briefing Note 27 Mar 2020.pdf (38.2KB)   Business Crime Hub - Covid Advice.pdf (291.8KB)  
messageRe: Met police briefings up dated daily - briefing for 27/03/20 - part 2attachment
Posted by IlonaM March 27, 03:07PM

Remaining attachments to today's briefing

1) Coronavirus scams letter

Attachments: Coronavirus scams letter.pdf (457.8KB)  
messageRe: Met police briefings up dated daily - briefing for 27/03/20 - part 3attachment
Posted by IlonaM March 27, 03:12PM

Remaining attachments to today's briefing:

2) NBCC COVID-19 letter (Word doc converted to pdf)



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Attachments: NBCC COVID-19 Letter.pdf (85.3KB)  
messageRe: Met police briefings up dated daily
Posted by bob March 27, 03:25PM

Thanks IlonaM this is far better


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