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101 - Wave 2 - Rolling Out the Service Nationally - Key Principles and Objectives
A Consultation Document - Safer Places - A Counter Terrorism Supplement (Responses by: 10/07/2009)
A Consultation Document - Working Together to Protect Crowded Places (Responses by: 10/07/2009)
A Consultation Paper - Controls on Deactivated Firearms (Responses by: 25/05/2009)
A Consultation on Empowering Individuals, Families and Local Communities to Shape and Determine Local Licensing - Rebalancing the Licensing Act (Responses by: 08/09/2010)
A Consultation on the New Code of Practice for Alcohol Retailers - Safe - Sensible - Social - Selling Alcohol Responsibly - England and Wales (Responses by: 05/08/2009)
A Summary of the Responses to Consultation on the Guidance Document - Planning for a Possible Influenza Pandemic - A Framework for Planners Preparing to Manage Deaths
Action Plan - Together Tackling Anti-Social Behaviour
Addressing Lessons from the Emergency Response to the 7 July 2005 London Bombings - What We Learned and What We Are Doing About It
An Employers' Guide to Community Safety Accreditation Schemes
Animal Procedures Committee - The Use of Primates Under the Animals (Scientific Procedures) Act (1986) Analysis of Current Trends with Particular Reference to Regulatory Toxicology
Animal Welfare - Human Rights - Protecting People from Animal Rights Extremists
Animals (Scientific Procedures) Inspectorate Annual Report 2004
Animals (Scientific Procedures) Inspectorate Annual Report 2007
Burial Law and Policy in the 21st Century - The Need for a Sensitive and Sustainable Approach
Business as Usual - Maximising Business Resilience to Terrorist Bombings - A Handbook for Managers
CBRN News - Issue 3
CBRN News - Issue 4
Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear Resilience Programme News - Issue 1
Cm 4061 - Miscellaneous No. 09 (1998) - Amendment to Annex I and Adoption of Annexes VIII and IX to the Basel Convention on the Control of Transboundary Movements of Hazardous Wastes and their Disposal
Code of Practice - Housing and Care of Animals used for in Scientific Procedures (Animals (Scientific Procedures) Act 1986)
Code of Practice for the Housing of Animals in Designated Breeding and Supplying Establishments (Animals (Scientific Procedures) Act 1986)
Code of Practice for the Public Emergency Call Service (PECS) Between Public Network Operators and the Emergency Services
Command Paper 5224: Report of the Departmental Committee on Fire Brigade Services "The Riverdale Report"
Committee of Inquiry into Crowd Safety and Control at Sports Grounds - Final Report (Popplewell Report)
Committee of Inquiry into Crowd Safety and Control at Sports Grounds - Interim Report (Popplewell Report)
Consultation - Planning for a Possible Influenza Pandemic - A Framework for Planners Preparing to Manage Deaths
Consultation Paper - Modernising Police Powers - Review of the Police and Criminal Evidence Act (PACE) 1984
Consultation on EU Proposals for a New Directive on the Protection of Animals Used for Scientific Purposes (Responses by: 03/07/2009)
Consultation on Transitional Arrangements for Changes to the Regulation of Lap Dancing Clubs and Similar Venues in England and Wales (Responses by: 14/12/2009)
Consultation on the Partial Regulatory Impact Assessment on Security Guards at Sports and Other Events and the Private Security Industry Act 2001
Counter-Terrorism Powers - Reconciling Security and Liberty in an Open Society - A Discussion Paper
Criminal Procedure and Investigations Act 1996 (S.23(1)) - Code of Practice
Criminal Procedure and Investigations Act 1996 (S.23(1)) - Code of Practice Under Part II
Dangerous Dogs Act 1991
Dealing With Disaster
Dealing with Disaster
Development and Practice Report 20: Alcohol Audits, Strategies and Initiatives - Lessons from Crime and Disorder Reduction Partnerships
Draft Guide to Fire Precautions in Existing Residential Care Premises (issued Jan 1983, with further guidance, August 1990)
Elaboration of a Risk Assessment Toolkit for the UK Fire Service - Final Report
Equality Impact Assessment - Mandatory Code of Practice for Alcohol Retailers
Evaluation of Alternative Risk Assessment Methods - Final Report
Exemption for In-House Football Stewards from Licensing Under the Private Security Industry Act 2001 Framework
Findings 214: Violence in the Night-Time Economy - Key Findings from the Research
Fire Precautions Act 1971 - Guide to Fire Precautions in Existing Places of Work that Require a Fire Certificate - Factories, Offices, Shops and Railway Premises
Fire Precautions Act 1971 Circular 21: The National Health Service and Community Care Act 1990 - Removal of Crown Immunities from Health Service Bodies
Fire Precautions Act 1971 Circular 22: Fire Precautions in Hotels and Boarding Houses
Fire Precautions Act 1971. Guide to Fire Precautions in Existing Places of Work that Require a Fire Certificate. Factories, Offices, Shops and Railway Premises. Factories, Offices, Shops and Railway Premises. Second Impression with amendment slip 1996.
Fire Research and Development Group - A Guide to Fire Safety Planning and Management
Fire Safety and Policing of the Channel Tunnel
Fire Service Guide - Dynamic Management of Risk at Operational Incidents - Health and Safety
Fire Service Guide - Vol 2: A Guide for Managers - Module 18 'Health and Safety Audit'
Fire Service Guide - Vol 3: A Guide to Operational Risk Assessment Health and Safety - Section 5.7 is Superseded by Generic Risk Assessmet 5.7 - Explosives Version 2: Part 1
Good Practice Safety Guide for Small and Sporting Events Taking Place on the Highway, Roads and Public Places
Guidance on Dealing with Fatalities in Emergencies
Guidance on the Operation of the Animals (Scientific Procedures) Act 1986
Hillsborough Stadium Disaster: 15 April 1989. Inquiry by the Rt Hon Lord Justice Taylor. Interim Report
Home Office 999 Liaison Committee - Telematics Protocol - Appendix 6
Home Office Circular 1/2000: Performing Animals
Home Office Circular 12/1999: Performing Animals
Home Office Circular 17/1997: Dangerous Dogs Act 1991 - Proposed Amendment
Home Office Circular 18/2007: Trespass on Protected Sites - Sections 128-131 of the Serious Organised Crime and Police Act 2005
Home Office Circular 19/2003: Guidance on Operating the New Powers of Seizure in Part II of the Criminal Justice and Police Act 2001
Home Office Circular 2/2008: Amended Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984 (Pace) Codes of Practice (A-E)
Home Office Circular 21/2007: The Police and Justice Act 2006
Home Office Circular 23/2007: Amendments to the Home Office Health and Safety Guidance for Police Officers and Police Staff
Home Office Circular 27/1998: Police Health and Safety
Home Office Circular 29/1997: Dangerous Dogs (Amendment) Act 1997
Home Office Circular 29/1998: Dangerous Dogs Act 1991 as Amended in 1997
Home Office Circular 34/2007: Safety of Solicitors and Accredited and Probationary Representatives Working in Custody Suites at Police Stations
Home Office Circular 35/1997: The Police Health and Safety and Training
Home Office Circular 39/1996: Stage Hypnotism - Review of the Hypnotism Act 1952
Home Office Circular 40/1996: Offensive Weapons Act 1996 - Schools
Home Office Circular 50/1996: Guidance on the Management of Health and Safety in the Police Service
Home Office Circular 55/1999: Licensing Dog Breeding Establishments - Guidance Updated to Take Account of the Breeding and Sale of Dogs (Welfare) Act 1999
Home Office Circular 56/2005: Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984: Revised Codes of Practice 2005 and Accompanying Guidance Revised Notice of Rights and Entitlements - Including Annex A
Home Office Circular 67/1991: Dangerous Dogs Act 1991
Home Office Circular 78/1989: Model Byelaws for Amusement Premises and Revised Model Byelaws for Pleasure Fairs (including BYE 9/1 and BYE 9/2)
Home Office Circular 80/1992: Further Advice Concerning The Dangerous Dogs Act 1991
Home Office Circular 9/1994: Further Advice Concerning the Dangerous Dogs Act 1991
Home Office Circular 9/1997: Breeding of Dogs Act 1973 and Breeding of Dogs Act 1991
Home Office Communications Advisory Panel - HOCAP Guidance Note HGN(F)15 - Hazards Caused by Radio Transmissions
Home Office Online Report - Assessing the Impact of CCTV - The Northern Estate Case Study
Home Office Online Report - Cemeteries and their Management - Final Report
Home Office Online Report - Violence at Work - Findings from the 2002/2003 British Crime Survey
Home Office Primates Stakeholder Forum Held on 9th January 2004 - On the Report by the Animal Procedures Committee (APC) on the use of Non-Human Primates under the Animals (Scientific Procedures) Act 1986
Home Office Research Study 229: The Economic Costs of Fire
Humanitarian Assistance in Emergencies - Guidance on Establishing Family Assistance Centres - Introductory Letter
Impact Assessment for the Licensing Act 2003 (Alcohol Mandatory Licensing Conditions) Order 2010
Impact Assessment of Crowded Places Guidance
Incorporating Best Value - A Review of the Structure and Organisation of Her Majesty's Fire Service Inspectorate
Introducing the 101 Service
Keep Safe - A Guide to Personal Safety
MG 41 Issue 1: Type Approval Technical Specification
MG 41A Issue 1: At-Incident Telemetry - Common Air Interface Document - Technical Standard
Memorandum of Understanding - SOS-Alerts Using GSM Networks - Annex to Appendix 6
Out of the Line of Fire - Modernising the Standards of Fire Cover
Planning for a Possible Influenza Pandemic - A Framework for Planners Preparing to Manage Deaths
Planning for a Possible Influenza Pandemic - A Framework for Planners Preparing to Manage Deaths
Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984 (PACE) (s.60(1)(a) and S.66) - Codes of Practice (Revised Edition)
Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984 (PACE) (s.60(1)(a) and s.66(1)) - Codes of Practice A-E - Revised Edition Effective 1 April 2003
Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984 (PACE) (s.60(1)(a), s.60A(1) and s.66(1)) - Codes of Practice A-G
Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984 (PACE) - 2004 Edition - Codes of Practice A-F (s.60(1)(a), s.60A(1) and s.66(1))
Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984 (PACE) : Codes of Practice A-E (s.60(1)(a) and s.66): Revised Edition
Reforming the Law on Involuntary Manslaughter: The Government's Proposal
Regulatory Impact Assessment (RIA) on Football Stewards and the Private Security Industry Act 2001
Research Report 66/1995: Fire Safety Planning and Management
Response Time Fatality Rate Relationships for Dwelling Fires
Review of Emergency Planning
Safe - Sensible - Social - Selling Alcohol Responsibly - Government Response to the Consultation on the Code of Practice for Alcohol Retailers - England and Wales
Safer Communities - Towards Effective Arson Control - The Report of the Arson Scoping Study
Selling Alcohol Responsibly - A Consultation on the New Code of Practice for Alcohol Retailers - Overview Report
Standards for Civil Protection in England and Wales
Summary of the Development of a Risk Assessment Toolkit - Draft Summary Report
Technical Bulletin 1/1989. Breathing Apparatus. 2nd Edition
Technical Bulletin 1/1990: Rope Rescue Procedures and Equipment. Second Edition.
Technical Bulletin 1/1992: Explosives Guide
Technical Bulletin 1/1993: Operational Incidents in Tunnels and Underground Structures
Technical Bulletin 1/1994: Periodic Inspection and Testing of Fire Service Equipment. Third Impression 1997
Technical Bulletin 1/1997: Breathing Apparatus - Command and Control Procedures. Second Impression, incorporating Amendments dated November 1998
Technical Bulletin 2/1992: Acetylene
Technical Bulletin 2/1993: Incidents Involving Radioactive Materials
The Cost of Fires - A Review of the Information Available
The Crime and Disorder Act - Introductory Guide
The Decontamination of People Exposed to Chemical, Biological, Radiological or Nuclear (CBRN) Substances or Material - Strategic National Guidance - First Edition
The Hillsborough Stadium Disaster - Inquiry by the Rt Hon Lord Justice Taylor - Final Report
The Release of Chemical, Biological, Radiological or Nuclear (CBRN) Substances or Material - Guidance for Local Authorities
UK Resilience - The Exercise Planners Guide
You + Alcohol + Safety - A Guide On How To Keep Yourself Safe When You're Drinking

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