Locks and Security News: your weekly locks and security industry newsletter
14th October 2020 Issue no. 529
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In this week's issue:
- IPSA responds to abolition threat
- G4S new cashbox will give thieves sticky fingers
- Irish terror threat to UK "worrying" says Northern Ireland's First Minister
- one enterprising individual's simple solution to avoid a call-out fee
- Brainy eh? How Roto designed its new handle
- Makowski: Watchdog tells its part
- and a security guard gets the slip leading to £9k payout
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LASM are pleased to announce a new forum for security professionals – ‘Professional Locksmiths Forum.’
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You will see we have tried to segregate areas so that learners can ask questions at their own level, while guys at the front end of NDE can have their own space – of course you can progress and we will tell you all about that later. There is a place for you too if you're an alarm or access control engineer, insurance surveyor or even a hobby locksmith. But what we need is bums on seats – well OK fingers on keyboards.
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29th September 2010