Freedom of information response
- A bullet point list of all the measures the council has taken in preparation for the introduction of the ‘Protect Duty’ which is expected to come into effect in 2022
- The full amount (in £) the council has spent to date implementing the aforementioned measures as
- well as the amount of money (in £) assigned to make the above changes ahead of the introduction of ‘Protect Duty’
- If you have not yet assigned a budget or implemented measures ahead of ‘Protect Duty’ coming into
- effect, do you expect to do so in the next 6 months? (please answer either Yes, No or N/A)
- Shared details of the Protect Consultation with key partners and Council wide teams and encouraged consideration.
- Counter Terrorism Police have visited Thurrock Council and carried out an assessment of potential vulnerabilities and made some suggestions of how we may be able to mitigate the risk to our officers and buildings.
- We continue to monitor ‘Protect’ related matters through our Prevent Board
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