One million staff who work in public areas with low security, such as city centres and entertainment venues, will be trained on how to deal with terror attacks.
In light of the attacks in Paris and Belgium, London has increased its security and will train workers through its scheme ‘Project Griffin’, a police initiative that briefs 100,000 workers per year on how to react to an offence.
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