Published: 13 April 2018 by Graeme Cushion
Alcohol licensing solicitor, Graeme Cushion, has appeared on the BBC East Midlands Today television news show discussing a messaging platform between the private and public sectors on issues of security and business resilience.
This platform has been developed by the Cross-sector Safety and Security Communications (CSSC) initiative, founded in June 2011 by a team of senior security experts.
The initial focus of CSSC was to help businesses prepare for business as usual in the lead up to, and during the London Olympic and Paralympic Games.
The initiative was formed on a partnership basis between law enforcement, government departments and nearly every industry sector that operates in the capital and beyond. Industry Sector Leads (ISLs) were identified for each industry, with a remit to participate in briefing calls and events, and disseminate appropriate messaging conveying “one single truth” to their networks.
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