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MAJOR INCIDENT Procedure Manual Eighth Edition MAJOR INCIDENT LESLP Manual Eighth Edition Published by TSO (The Stationery Office) and available from: Online www.tsoshop.co.uk Mail, Telephone, Fax & E-mail TSO PO Box 29, Norwich, NR3 1GN Telephone orders/General enquiries: 0870 600 5522 Fax orders ...

... trust if a person you don't know asks you for money. 6. Stay safe if you use your phone or computer to go on the internet. Get something called anti virus software. This helps keep your information private. You can ask in a computer shop or phone shop for help with this. 7 Who to tell if a crime happens ...

... no hidden defects or disabling codes and are subject to recognised and appropriate release procedures, including the latest version of a proprietary virus detection software package approved by the Authority, and the Contractor shall procure that corresponding obligations are imposed on its sub-contractors ...

Selection of MPS responses to online consultation on 2007/08 Policing Priorities Prepared by Dialogue by Design Final version April 2007 2 Foreword Last year I invited all those who live, work or study in London to let us know their views and concerns about crimes that have a direct impact on their ...

MAJOR INCIDENT Procedure Manual Eighth Edition MAJOR INCIDENT LESLP Manual Eighth Edition Published by TSO (The Stationery Office) and available from: Online www.tsoshop.co.uk Mail, Telephone, Fax & E-mail TSO PO Box 29, Norwich, NR3 1GN Telephone orders/General enquiries: 0870 600 5522 Fax orders ...

... browser. This may stop some of the page functionality from working correctly. CYBER CRIME Computer screengrab of malicious malware Malware (computer virus) is circulating purporting to be from law enforcement agencies.  It locks screens and requests members of the public to pay a fine to get their computers ...

... browser. This may stop some of the page functionality from working correctly. CYBER CRIME Computer screengrab of malicious malware Malware (computer virus) is circulating purporting to be from law enforcement agencies.  It locks screens and requests members of the public to pay a fine to get their computers ...

... on computer, showing search results for online dating. All users of the internet should protect themselves by installing robust firewalls, anti-virus and anti spy-ware software. We also provide external links to other partner sites which you may find useful - see related links section.  Listed below ...

... London including a number in Harrow. The scam uses malicious software to infect personal computers after users have accessed certain websites. The virus causes the computer screen to freeze and lock with a message purporting to be from the Met Police's E-Crime Unit advising the user that they have accessed ...

... on computer, showing search results for online dating. All users of the internet should protect themselves by installing robust firewalls, anti-virus and anti spy-ware software. We also provide external links to other partner sites which you may find useful - see related links section.  Listed below ...

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