In Context; Working side-by-side, collectively, and coordinating mass environment security requirements.

Environment Security

Police and security authorities from around the globe have contributed to setting out a practice that implements strategic objectives of resilience to ensure mass people environuts and critical infrastructure are a safer place.  The approach is 

designed to be embraced by those who have an obligation with public transportation, critical infrastructure, and mass public environments.

  • Networking | collaboration
  • Knowledge resource
  • Actionalble operations
  • Field environment security audits

Serious Crime & Security Strategy

Borne out of lessons learned and aged evidence best practices mass environment security strategy that is well proven are divided into three base principles: prevention, protection, and preparedness, in addition to pursuing those who have committed a crime. 

Our programme is now branded as See Say Act, originally implemented by the City of London and Metropolitan Police in 2004 as Project Griffin, it was designed to thwart City bombings. The strategy incorporates the key aspects of:

  • Education
  • Collaboration
  • Communication

See Say Act is designed to involve numerous stakeholders, including, government departments, emergency services, voluntary organisations, and the business sector. The outcome of the work is embodied in the Community Security Best Practice [CSBP].  It offers security guidance based on the three principles mentioned.  It incorporates lessons learned, evidence-based practices and Port Protective Security Management Systems [PSeMS] focusing on quality assurance management.

PGI is designed to involve numerous stakeholders, including, government departments, emergency services, voluntary organisations, and the business sector.

The Practices are designed to incorporate information across physical, cyber and personnel.


In order to assist authorities in implementing the programmes’ that have offered a solid foundation of evidence-based practices, we have devised on-premise and virtual training that address the information and provides tools for an authority to implement strategies based on their own environment.

In addition, implementation of communication, collaboration and public affair strategies are available within the program to assist the authority to implement in their own environment  

  • Development of a Security Culture
  • Train the Trainer
  • Griffin on The Go
  • BRAVO – Behaviour Risk Assessment
  • PSeMS – Protective Security QM
  • Immersive Tabletops

Communication and Collaboration

From operational readiness to disasters and crisis being able to effectively communicate to everyone in your environment and those who you rely on to work with in such events is essential. Today’s threat scenario has shown us how critical it is to have these capabilities after seeing major failures. 

Over the last 15 years our hands-on experience of planning, launching and evolving collaboration and communications programs provide a strategic change from management planning to technical scoping, to overcoming environmental and cultural barriers to onboarding communities with hundreds of thousands of users.   


Supporting security and the human element requires state-of-the-art tools to ensure individuals within the environment are aware of information and events that affect operations, operational readiness, emergencies, and crisis management. 

Our involvement in technology collaboration has been a multi-year process.  In addition to bringing to light technology that is highly worthy of consideration, a global directory designed to allow for collaboration between senior management is available, as well as an intelligence-sharing tool.

Further, we have introduced a low-fee-based Essential Mass Environment Notification software available to any government or public agency.  It is a geo-location-based system with multiple features and provides a global smart app as well as using social media channels for immediate authority use to an unlimited population base.