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Paul Germaine

UK companies preparing to microchip employees!

The Daily Telegraph carried a story yesterday saying that Biohax, a Swedish company that provides human chip implants, has reported it was in talks with a number of UK legal and financial firms to implant staff with the devices. “One prospective client, which cannot be named, is a major financial services firm with “hundreds of

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Security News
Paul Germaine

Insurers can “wriggle out” of paying burglary claims

Homeowners sometimes face an uphill struggle to get paid out by insurers after a burglary, an article in The Daily Mail alleges. From not locking outer patio doors as well as more secure main front doors, to leaving keys indoors where they can be seen from a window and “fished” by thieves, are reasons insurers

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Security Systems Buyers Guide
Security Systems
BlitzSecurity

How Do You Choose the Right Security System?

Are you interested with adding protection to your home – but unsure of what home security systems are available and how they stack up? Here at Blitz Security Group, we’d like to help you get the lowdown on security systems, how they work, and how to choose the right one for you. To provide  some clarity

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Security Systems
BlitzSecurity

What is Fog Bandit?

Trying to find out more information on Fog Bandit? Let us explain. If you have business premises with stock or other valuables which might be targeted by thieves who know that they have valuable minutes before police can possibly arrive, you need to know more about the Bandit Fog system. The Bandit Fog is a

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Crime
Paul Germaine

Victims of crime to get right to challenge police

The Justice Minister Damian Green wants victims of crime to have the right to appeal to the magistrates’ court if they believe an offender should have been prosecuted rather than let off with a police caution. The Chairman of the Magistrates’ Association John Fassenfelt said use of police cautions had “got out of hand”, and

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