JSaRC Update 12 November 2021

Published on 12 November 2021

Security and Policing 2022
Express your interest in taking part in S&P 2022. Visitor and Exhibitor Registration is open now.

Don’t Miss Out – Tell the Home Office about your solutions for Protective Security
With the government finalising its Protect Duty consultation, the Home Office are seeking your input into a survey on what Protective Security solutions are available across the market within the next 2-years.
The Survey will directly inform data on how well sections of the market are catered for and inform future initiatives and consultations relating to innovation and procurement.
This opportunity closes on 30 November. Don’t miss the chance to tell us about your solutions and be a part of future programmes and consultations. Complete the Survey at this link.

JSaRC run successful International CBRN Event to Promote UK Expertise
On 18 October, JSaRC and the UK Mission to the EU hosted a CBRN preparedness, first response and resilience event in Brussels. Joined by experts from DSTL, the Home Office, CBRN-UK and Thames Valley Police, Angela Essel, Head of JSaRC, chaired a crucial discussion to further EU member State and NATO colleagues’ understandings of UK expertise and best practice for CBRN Incidents; as well as to promote JSaRC’s model of engaging with Industry and Academia to achieve the best possible outcome.

International Trade Week Launches 15 November
International Trade Week is an ambitious week of business and sector led activities, showcasing events and workshops available to businesses of all sizes, all sectors and across all regions hosted by export trade advisors, Parliamentarians and Ministers.
The Department for International Trade is committed to helping UK businesses seize opportunities, maximise exports and contribute to the UK building back better. Interested Businesses should sign up to a local event to see the support and advice available to them via this link

DASA Security Rapid Impact Open call is open for submissions
The call seeks ideas that could enhance UK security and is related to one or more of the following government departments; Home Office, Department for Transport (DfT),Other Government Security Departments. For more information please visit this page.

Counter Terrorism Policing Launches Winter Vigilance campaign
As winter markets open, Christmas shopping intensifies and festive gatherings take place, Counter Terrorism Policing is launching a Winter Vigilance campaign. From the end of November, the vigilance communications toolkit will be expanded with seasonal social and print assets for partners to use to help amplify the message to trust your instincts and report something which doesn’t feel right. You can already access some assets here. Make sure you keep a look out for the full social media campaign in December that will support partner and stakeholder supported communications.