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'
Oxford Dictionaries Online
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7th April 2020
The Senior National Coordinator for Protective Security has launched an updated version of the ACT Awareness e-Learning course.
6th April 2020
The Home Office has published guidance entitled; Coronavirus (COVID-19): support for victims of modern slavery.
5th April 2020
PolicingInsight (Online) has published an article entitled; Policing in this pandemic: What are the main issues and concerns?
4th April 2020
INTERPOL has issued a warning to organizations that cybercriminals are targeting critical healthcare institutions with ransomware.
3rd April 2020
The NPCC and the NCA have urged children, parents and carers to ensure they know how to stay safe online.
2nd April 2020
The Home Office has published a report entitled; National Referral Mechanism Statistics UK, End of Year Summary, 2019.
1st April 2020
The Victims’ Commissioner has published a report entitled; Sowing the Seeds: Children’s Experience of Domestic Abuse and Criminality.