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Public views sought on railway station security

The EU SecureStation project is seeking the views of the travelling public regarding security at railway stations. The project is looking at how to reduce the risks of general crime, fire, and the extreme of a terrorist attack, and is asking the public’s views on different security measures. Find out more and take part in

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RRUKA Conference presentations

Jon Paragreen and Adam Beagles presented aspects of their research (SecureStation and SustRail respectively) at the RRUKA annual conference at the Royal Society in London on 7th November 2012. Presentations and short papers are available for download.

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EU project SecureStation begins

MERail at Sheffield is a partner in the major EU research project SecureStation. This project aims to improve rail passenger station and terminal design for safety, security and resilience to terrorist attack. It runs for 3 years, from 2011 until 2014.

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