Police give advice to visitors on terrorist attacks

Paul Markham from the University of Roehampton (Assistant Director of Property and Facilities Management), PC Dan Wray (Wandsworth Borough), Inspector Simon Ward (New Scotland Yard) and Lynton De Silva (Manager of the Grand, Clapham Junction).

Paul Markham from the University of Roehampton (Assistant Director of Property and Facilities Management), PC Dan Wray (Wandsworth Borough), Inspector Simon Ward (New Scotland Yard) and Lynton De Silva (Manager of the Grand, Clapham Junction).

First published in News

Police hosted an event informing people of what to do if there is a terrorist attack.

Project Griffin took place in the Clapham Grand, Saint John's Hill, Battersea on Thursday.

The day aimed to establish relationships between the police and the community, with the chance to hear talks from specialist officers.

Visitors learned how to deal with threats posed by terrorism, as well as how to deal with suspicious items.

There are plans to host future sessions for people to keep aware of any developments.

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4:19pm Sat 10 Nov 12

puzzled says...

I wish someone would tell the Clapham Grand that it is not in Clapham
I wish someone would tell the Clapham Grand that it is not in Clapham puzzled
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