Research, Intelligence, Security, Knowledge and Solutions (RISKS)
The Salus Fellowship (TSF) is a research company that aims to provide independent, professional and specialist management consultancy on all aspects of Research, Intelligence, Security, Knowledge and Solutions (RISKS).
We will assist and support your organisation with all your policies, procedures and structures to manage your safety, your security and that of your customers. This can be achieved through short, medium and long term projects, utilising our experience and expertise, and investigative research and intelligence techniques.
We also aim to provide a centre of excellence or fellowship where evidence-based solutions can be developed through independent research and the knowledge of 'what works' shared.
We undertake independent research to ensure that we provide you with the most up-to-date solutions to satisfy your needs and priorities.
We provide bespoke innovative solutions for all your safety needs, including health and safety, personal safety, community safety, crime prevention, physical security and problem solving.
We utilise the best possible intelligence available to meet your future needs and to build trust and confidence in your organisation, including community intelligence, business intelligence, emotional intelligence and social intelligence.
We offer comprehensive and personalised support and services to your organisation no matter what challenges you may face.
'The condition of being protected from or unlikely to cause danger, risk or injury'
'A group of people meeting to pursue a shared interest or aim'
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15th January 2021
The Secretary General of INTERPOL has warned of the ‘parallel pandemic’ of crime threats linked to COVID-19.
14th January 2021
The Home Office has published a report entitled; Police Powers: Pre-Charge Bail: Government Response.
13th January 2021
The FSR has published her Annual Report for 17 November 2019 to 16 November 2020.
12th January 2021
The MoJ has published a statistical report entitled; Criminal Justice Statistics Quarterly, England and Wales, July 2019 to June 2020.
11th January 2021
The JCHR has published a report entitled; Legislative Scrutiny: Covert Human Intelligence Sources (Criminal Conduct) Bill: Government Response.
10th January 2021
The APCC has published an aricle entitled;'Police issuing fines to those who break the coronavirus rules.
9th January 2021
PolicingInsight (Online) has published an article entitled; Dubai Police: Citizen focus, community engagement and victim support.