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Lockdown procedures are normally based on NaCTSO guidance, which covers threats like dangerous intruders, dangerous animals and chemical or environmental incidents.
According to NaCTSO dynamic lockdown is the ability to quickly restrict access to a site or building in response to a threat, either external or internal.
Tony Jopson, business crime reduction manager for the Chamber of Commerce, said: "Three years ago, NACTSO delivered the very first Project Argus here in Liverpool, then focusing on the retail sector.
City chiefs decided to install the bollards after a report from the National Counter Terrorism Security Office (NaCTSO), which said crowded places in city centres presented an "attractive target" to terrorists.
The National Counter Terrorism Security Office (NaCTSO) is working with police forces and councils across the country to protect areas identified as crowded places.
The city council has taken guidance from Northumbria Police and NaCTSO on the risk that could be posed to Northumberland Street, which has led to the plans for the new safety measures being created.
The South Wales Police project, called Argus, worked with the National Counter Terrorism Security Office (Nactso).
The National Counter Terrorism Security Office (NaCTSO) is working with police forces and council across the country to protect areas identified as crowded places.
During the past two years, Liverpool Chamber has hosted training events on behalf of the National Counter Terrorist Security Office (NaCTSO) and Merseyside police, aimed at local businesses.
Graham Smith, of the National Counter Terrorism Security Office (NaCTSO), this week updated the NFU Council on the situation.
However, recent efforts by NaCTSO have resulted in producers and users of ammonium nitrate fertiliser becoming increasingly aware of the threat and the need to restrict sales to bone fide customers.
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