At Island Site Protective we believe there is no such thing as “one size fits all”. In the context of safety and security, nothing could be further from the truth. While there are of course similarities and commonalities, we will always approach each situation as unique and propose measures accordingly.
With our personnel’s wide ranging experience, we are uniquely qualified to advise our clients on the most appropriate products, processes and tactics to provide an appropriate HVM plan for their requirements.
Having been responsible for the development of numerous island sites around the UK and beyond, our team have protected everyone from royalty, presidents and Hollywood A-listers to those attending much smaller and less significant, but no less important public gatherings, festivals and sporting events. Our ethos has always been that of proportionality in line with the risk.
Our personnel have been responsible for the planning and deployment of complete solutions for the following (inexhaustive) list of events:
- COP26 Glasgow
- G7 Summit Cornwall and Enniskillen
- The Euros
- Nato Summits – South Wales and Watford
- Presidential visits
- Royal Weddings
- Operation London Bridge
- Party Political Conferences
- Wimbledon tennis
- UEFA Champions League Final Cardiff
- Commonwealth Games
- UCI Cycling World Championships
- D-Day 75
- Nuclear Security Summit – Netherlands
We have unique access to the products and skills required to create both an Island Site or a HVM scheme. This experience and access make us perfectly placed to offer appropriate advice to protect your asset.
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“Russ is widely known as the subject matter expert in his field. His dedication to providing the best advice and HVM solution to any event is outstanding. It is without doubt that his unique specialist knowledge in this field has likely helped reduce the threat and risk to the UK of a vehicle as a weapon attack at major events”DCS Michael Orchard – National Coordinator, Protect and Prepare, UK Counter Terrorism Policing.