All SecurityMax Staff have now completed an ACT Awareness Course (Action Counters Terrorism), allowing us to keep our staff, clients and most importantly the community safe!
The police and the security and intelligence agencies depend on information from you. Be our eyes and ears and help keep yourself, your family and your local community safe by looking out for suspicious activity and reporting it to the police, in confidence.
You may see or hear something that could be that vital piece of information needed to stop a terrorist attack.
Terrorism is rare in the UK, but an attack could happen at any time or place without warning. The current threat to the UK stands at Substantial, which means an attack is likely.
By working together with the police, staying alert and thinking about your safety and security at home or work or when you are out and about, you can make it harder for terrorists to plan or carry out an attack.
What can I do?
If you have any information about suspicious activity or behavior, you can report it in confidence, either by calling the police or making an online report.
Call the police confidentially on 101 or use the link to complete the online form https://www.scotland.police.uk/contact-us/ . If you are deaf or have hearing difficulties and want to make a report, please complete the online form. Remember, in an emergency, if you need urgent police assistance, you should always dial 999.
What should I report?
You should report suspicious activity or behavior – anything that seems out of place, unusual or just doesn’t seem to fit in with everyday life. These are just some examples of suspicious activity and behavior which terrorist could potentially be related:
• Anyone hiring or acquiring large vehicles or similar for no obvious reason
• Anyone buying or storing a large amount of chemicals, fertilizers or gas cylinders for no obvious reasons
• Anyone taking notes or photos of security arrangements, or inspecting CCTV in an unusual way
• Anyone visiting the dark web, ordering unusual items online or carrying out unusual bank transactions
• Anyone who has illegal firearms or other weapons or has shown an interest in obtaining them
• Anyone holding passports or other documents in different names, for no obvious reasons
• Anyone who goes away traveling for long periods of time but is vague about where they’re going
Remember in an emergency, if you need urgent police assistance you should always dial 999.