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Kris Jenner, the family matriarch, has revealed that herself and her children – Kim, Kourtney, Khloe, Rob, Kendall and Kylie – are “protected to a crazy level” now in the wake of the burglary. Kris said: “It’s an eye-opener how many people have tried to access our homes . Now we’re protected to a crazy level.”
The family are still coming to terms with Kim’s ordeal, after she was robbed at gunpoint in Paris last October.
Kendall has jewellery worth $200,000 stolen (Photo: Splash News)
In new security measures, guests have to be “patted down by security” before entering Kim and her husband Kanye West’s home. The insider told Us Weekly magazine: “Kim’s staff had to take polygraphs to see if anyone was involved in her robbery . Everyone passed .. .
Before going into Kim’s house, you get patted down by security . It’s intense.”
An ADT security services van was spotted outside Kendall’s home (Photo: Splash News)
Police fear the theft was an inside job (Photo: Splash News)
The Keeping Up With The Kardashians3 star called the police at around 1am on Thursday morning when she realised her jewellery worth around 162,000 was missing. Police found no evidence of a forced entry and now believe it was taken by someone who attended a party at the house on Wednesday night, according to TMZ. Kendall is said to have held a party at her Hollywood Hills home with a group of friends.
It’s reported that $200,000 worth of jewellery was stolen (Photo: Splash News) Kendall’s home in the Hollywood Hills (Photo: Splash News)
It was only when she returned home at 1am after an hour out of the house that she realised the expensive jewellery was gone and called police. The burglary at Kendall’s home comes just a few months after her half-sister, Kim Kardashian-West was robbed at gunpoint in Paris.
Media gather outside Kendall’s home (Photo: Splash News)
A terrified Kim kept silent in the immediate aftermath of the drama but spoke in detail about the incident in scenes to air on the next episode of KUWTK.
Kim can be seen make-up free as she huddles with sisters Kourtney, 37, and Khloe, 31, and discusses just what happened in the French capital and how the robbers knew to launch their attack when Kim was alone without bodyguard Pascal Duvier4 .
If you wait across the street you can see the lights on . We were the first floor and they must have been told we were the first floor . They must have been watching, says Kim.
Kim was robbed at gunpoint in Paris in October (Photo: E!) She’ll open up about it on the next KUWTK episode (Photo: E!)
I turned the lights off and went upstairs, what I think happened now, after thinking about it so much, is there was probably a group of guys following us the entire trip.
“I was Snapchatting that I was home and everyone was going out, so I think they knew Pascal was out with Kourtney and I was there by myself.
They had to have known we were leaving that day .
They had that window of opportunity and just went for it.
Pontins holidaymaker dies after being ‘restrained by security guards’ and arrested by police at holiday park
A Pontins holidaymaker has died after being ‘violently restrained by security guards’ and arrested by police following a bust-up at the holiday park. Paul Gladwell, 38, from Colchester, Essex, was arrested on suspicion of assault after a row with another guest at Pontins Pakefield, near Lowestoft, Suffolk, on Tuesday night. An ambulance was called after Mr Gladwell became ill shortly after the arrest and the dad reportedly needed to be resuscitated four times before being placed into an induced coma.
The dad-of-three’s life support machine was switched off earlier today. His heartbroken sister-in-law Tiazah Rogers, 20, claimed up to three security guards held his arms and legs while another kneeled on his neck before police failed to notice he had fallen unconscious as he was carried away.
The dad-of-three allegedly had his neck kneeled on by security guards (Photo: Free Picture) The dad-of-three was arrested on suspicion of assault (Photo: East Anglia News Service) Police were called to Pontins near Lowestoft on Tuesday (Photo: BPM)
She said: “(Police) turned up and carried him out the building into a riot van and said he was asleep , when in actual fact he was unconscious due to lack of oxygen to the brain from the security guard kneeling on his neck.
“The police neglected the fact he was passed out in the building and just carried him out when they should have observed his situation and called paramedics.
“When they realised something was wrong they took him to hospital where he had to be resuscitated and died 4 times before being put into an induced coma due to his brain being very swollen and bleeding.”
The Independent Police Complaints Commission is now investigating his death. An IPCC spokesman said: Paul Gladwell, 38, from Colchester was initially detained by staff at Pontins Holiday Park, London Road, Kessingland, Lowestoft at about 11.40pm, 14 February and subsequently arrested on suspicion of assault.
Paul Gladwell pictured with girlfriend Carrie Bennett (Photo: East Anglia News Service) Mr Gladwell fell into an induced coma (Photo: East Anglia News Service) Paul Gladwell with his girlfriend Carrie Bennett (Photo: East Anglia News Service)
While being transported to Great Yarmouth Police Investigation Centre in a police van officers became concerned for his wellbeing, stopped the van, and contacted an ambulance.
The man was treated at the scene before being taken to hospital by ambulance in a critical condition . Sadly earlier today, 16 February, Mr Gladwell was pronounced dead.
The incident was referred to the IPCC, an independent investigation has been launched, and a team has attended the scene and post incident procedure . His family has been informed.
Investigators are carrying out house-to-house enquiries, speaking to witnesses and gathering CCTV footage.
IPCC Commissioner Cindy Butts said: Our thoughts are with the man s relatives and friends at this difficult time.
“Our investigators will be conducting a thorough enquiry into all the circumstances surrounding his interaction with the police.
A Suffolk Police statement said: ‘Police were called around 11.45pm on Tuesday night, 14 February, to reports of an altercation at premises at London Road, Pakefield, Lowestoft.
An investigation has been launched into his death (Photo: East Anglia News Service)
“Officers attended and found a man in his late 30s had been detained by staff on the site . The man was arrested on suspicion of assault.
“As he was being transported to Great Yarmouth Police Investigation Centre in a marked police van he became unwell . The man was then taken to the James Paget hospital, where he remains in a critical condition.
“As is standard procedure in cases of this nature, the incident has been referred to the IPCC .A full investigation into what happened is underway”
Pontins has been contacted for comment.
Anyone who witnessed the incident is asked to contact the IPCC by email at email@example.com or by telephone on 0800 096 9070.
Nearly all IT decision makers in large multinational corporations have experienced a cyber-attack
BT launches a competition to find innovative new ideas from small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) aimed at protecting the UK s critical infrastructure and keeping public sector and business data secure. BT SME Award 2017: Securing the Nation will give SMEs the chance to showcase their new technology and product ideas within three award categories: Cyber Security; Data collection, mining and analytics; and Digital Innovation . The winning entrants are expected to demonstrate how their new ideas will address key challenges in securing data for businesses and public sector organisations. For the data collection, mining and analytics category, BT is searching for SMEs with ideas for solutions that can help the Police and the Home Office tackle modern slavery and human trafficking.
Not enough effective data
There is currently not enough effective data and insight to tackle this growing crime, and so innovative, new solutions have the opportunity to make a real impact . The competition is an opportunity to demonstrate that technology can be used for good, and SMEs with digital technology experience, who may never have thought about how technology can be used to combat trafficking, are encouraged to apply. There is a total prize pot of 30,000 across all three categories . The judges will award each category winner a cash prize of 10,000, plus six months flex membership at TechHub s sold out London start-up space which includes access to the London and all global TechHub spaces, plus the opportunity to network with the community of members all working on technology products.
All three winners will have the opportunity to work with BT to explore technical and commercial partnerships to bring their solutions to market with BT. The issue of cyber security is increasingly forming part of board level discussions at large companies because of the rapidly escalating and evolving nature of the threat . Recent research from BT and KPMG reveals that 97 per cent of IT decision makers in large multinational corporations have experienced a cyber-attack, with half of them reporting an increase in the last two years.
Companies remain unprepared
However, only a fifth of respondents are confident that their organisation is fully prepared against the threat of cyber-attacks . The latest BT Infinity Lab competition is aimed at developing new innovative ways of helping organisations of all sizes to address the threat. Ben Gummer, minister for the cabinet office and paymaster general, says, Small and medium-sized businesses make a huge contribution to our economy and account for over 99 per cent of all private sector businesses .
Entrepreneurs, risk-takers, family businesses and start-ups have created more than 2.7 million jobs and launched almost a million new businesses since 2010.
But there is more we can do which is why the government is committed to spending 1 in every 3 with small businesses by 2020 . By doing so, we will harness the knowledge, skills and experience of our SMEs and use them to improve our public services. Colm O Neill, MD major and public sector at BT, says, Cyber security is a really important issue for the UK public sector and businesses of all sizes . BT has developed world class capability through protecting its own and its customers networks and we recognise that some of the most innovative ideas often come from our diverse SME community.
This initiative aims to provide a platform for these ideas, and an opportunity for SMEs to develop them into solutions that will tackle real world challenges, including the issue of modern slavery . We are really excited to see the results, and to work alongside these organisations to ensure the UK continues to lead the way in security.
Elizabeth Varley, co-founder & global CEO of TechHub, says, This is the fourth year of TechHub s partnership with BT to provide a boost to growing technology companies .
We are proud to join BT in supporting those startups that could make a big impact to securing our world in the future.