Sutton’s Slug and Lettuce has become the first venue in the borough – and one of the first in London – to receive the first ever National Policing Award for safety and security.
Liverpool’s Ink Bar nightclub, known widely for its urban DJs, hip hop and R&B entertainment, has become one of the first licensed premises in England and Wales to receive a National Policing Award for Safety.
The Government is considering introducing legislation to Parliament at the earliest opportunity that will require organisations and venues to put in place security measures to protect the public from terror attacks.
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- Sports and social clubs are safer than most types of licensed premises, but ‘being Licensing SAVI will help improve their safety record every year’