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Highways Act 1980 Section 154 Obstruction of highways and streets Cutting or felling etc. trees etc. that overhang or are a danger to roads or footpaths
Highways Act 1980 Section 164 Danger or annoyance to users of highways and streets Power to require removal of barbed wire
Requirements and testing procedures for the LPCB approval and listing of intruder resistant building components, strongpoints, security enclosures and free-standing barriers
Published 2014 by BRE Global Ltd
BS 1722: 18 parts
These standards provide specifications for a variety of fencing types
Published by Home Office April 2016
Hardware for Fire and Escape Doors Issue No.3 Code of Practice:
Published 2009 Door and Hardware Federation
A highly comprehensive site giving fire safety advice
An excellent site providing free fire safety and fire prevention advice in the United Kingdom
This organisation comprises insurers, brokers, and surveyors and is a scheme for the advancement of risk management within the fire and security sectors.
A wide variety of documents can be downloaded free after you have registered
The Building Regulations 2000 [Fire Safety] Approved Document B Volumes 1 and 2 (2006 Editions) List of revisions and corrections
Incorporating 2000 and 2002amendments
Published by Local Government Group
LINK The SHARAN project
U.K. based charity which seeks to provide support, advice and create a forum for vulnerable women, particularly of South Asian origin
Women's Aid is the national domestic violence charity that helps up to 250K women and children every year
The Forensic Science Regulator ensures that the provision of forensic science services across the criminal justice system is subject to an appropriate regime of scientific quality standards.
Forensic Services brings together forensic and fingerprint capability and Scene of Crime Officers, placing forensic services in Scotland at the forefront of evidence capture and analysis. This approach provides a fully integrated national service from ‘crime scene through to court'.
Annual report from the Financial Fraud Action UK (Payment Industry Fraud)
A very useful section on the Metropolitan Police Website providing no less than 15 links to organisations in the United Kingdom that can help you.
This page on Comparitech’s website provides guidance written by a privacy expert and links to useful resources for victims and anyone looking to protect themselves from the main types of scams, schemes and fraudulent activity online (and offline)
Action Fraud is the UK’s national fraud reporting centre run by the National Fraud Authority – the government agency that helps to co-ordinate the fight against all types of fraud in the UK. They work with partners in law enforcement - the National Fraud Intelligence Bureau, run by the City of London Police - to make sure your fraud reports reach the right place
You can report fraud using their online fraud reporting service day or night This service enables you to both report a fraud and find help and support. They also provide help and advice over the phone through the Action Fraud contact centre on 0300 123 2040.
Reports taken are passed to the police who may contact you for further information. Action Fraud does not investigate the cases and cannot advise you on the progress of a case.
A not-for-profit community interest website company (based in Essex) set up with the sole aim of alerting and advising people in the 55+ age group about the need to be on their guard against scammers, fakers, fraudsters, tricksters etc.
The Charity Fraud Line, 08000 232 101,is a 24/7 service operated by Crimestoppers that helps to protect public donations to various charities from being misused. Its aim is to take information anonymously from those who have knowledge or a well-grounded suspicion that a member of a charity, be it management, staff or volunteer, may be acting dishonestly and committing fraud
The Little Book of Big Scams - Third Edition
This excellent 52 page guide gives advice on how to avoid on-line, mail, door-to-door and telephone scams
Published by The Metropolitan Police Service 2015
A website where you can search a web address to see when it was registered and by whom. Follow the link given to obtain the details of the person who registered the domain name.
Association of Convenience Stores
Updated August 2017