PINKERTON is advertising for a Regional Investigator to work in London, United Kingdom. The Regional Investigator, assigned to EMEA, conducts various investigations and analysis for a specific client. The Investigator will complete all investigations by gathering pertinent data, reviewing investigative gaps, preparing case files, and completing associated reporting requirements.
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EMEA Regional Investigator, UK. – PALADIN JOBS
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Police are beefing up fortifications at Cambridge’s police station with a 12,000 black fence to surround the building. The move comes despite plans to sell Parkside police station in a cost-cutting exercise by force chiefs in an effort to keep the same number of officers on the front line. The station is currently secured by a vehicle barrier, but the force has now submitted plans to build a 2m high security fence and gate to surround the property.
Jason Ablewhite, Police and Crime Commissioner for Cambridgeshire, said the fence plan comes after vandals attacked several police cars over the last few months . He denied it was because of the terror threat level.
Parkside police station (top left) Police commissioner Jason Ablewhite outside the station and right – Chief Constable Alec Wood
The planning application submitted to Cambridge City Council says: This application is submitted by Cambridgeshire Constabulary to provide higher levels of security and restricted access to the application site as a whole.
When Parkside Police Station was originally built some 40 years ago security was not perceived to be as great an issue as it is today and therefore the security requirement of the force has to be updated to provide a safe environment for the users of the site.
The proposal is to erect a 2m high weld mesh security fence with matching gates between the buildings to the Warkworth Terrace front. The application adds: Given the current social and political environment, security is a significant issue for the police force both in terms of ensuring the security and wellbeing of its officers and to those who are in their custody.
Police cells at Parkside
The application proposal for security gates and fences is a measured response and seeks to use the proprietary security fencing systems that are often used in visually sensitive locations such as around schools and sports grounds.
No barbed or razor wire is proposed on top of the fencing and it will be used in its standard form.
Police and Crime Commissioner Jason Ablewhite announced the closure of Parkside police station in a massive sell off of the force s estate, as the News reported. Currently valued at 35 million and costing 4 million a year to run, recent moves have already seen the number of police buildings reduce. A project is under way to find a suitable site in the Cambridge area to construct a new investigation centre to replace the station.
Mr Ablewhite said: The proposed fence application is not in relation to the current national terror threat level.
Over the last 12 months a number of marked vehicles at Parkside Police Station have been damaged creating a risk to both public and officers.
The proposed application will help reduce the vandalism at a cost of circa 12,000.
I can confirm that there are still plans to construct a new investigation centre outside of the city which would replace the custody facilities located at Parkside Police Station.
A number of options are being considered . A local police presence in the city will be maintained.
Relocating Parkside is part of an ongoing project to review the estate of the constabulary in order to support the changing requirements of operational policing and support services.
Parkside police station
The police estate is currently valued at 35 million and costs 4 million annually, to run. The fence planning application was lodged with the city council on July 10.
Householders, business and groups affected by the plan have until August 2 to submit any comments and objections to the council.
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