News & Events-Frazer-Nash to attend Security and Policing Event

Frazer-Nash's security and resilience team will be exhibiting at this year's Security and Policing Event, at Farnborough on the 11-13 March 2014. The event brings together the world's leading experts from the police, law enforcement and security professionals who are tasked with security, civil protection and national resilience. The Frazer-Nash team will be based on stand F26.


Chris Cullis, Business Manager, for security and resilience, who will be attending the event, commented "We know that maintaining the delivery of services during and after natural and human-driven incidents is critical to our clients' business success. By preparing people, technology and processes, we help preserve their capabilities, brands and reputations by combining skills and experience gained from operating across a range of industry and government sectors."


Chris Cullis has recently featured in Defence Codex, where he discussed the intrinsic link between resilience and the armed forces ability to maintaining operational capability to in the face of budget cuts.


He has also been published in The Institution of Engineering and Technology's  Infrastructure Risk and Resilience publication, where he discussed the requirement for greater collaboration between emergency agencies when planning for and responding to an emergency. The article looked at the impact of flooding on transport infrastructure, including major rail junctions and the consequences of an uncoordinated response. The points raised were especially pertinent given the recent flooding experienced in the South West and other areas of the country.


For more information on how Frazer-Nash can add value to your business visit us on stand F26 or email


More information on Security and Policing Event can be found on the event website.