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Plus Competent Persons Scheme Survey

ProtectUK provides vital information, official guidance and leading advice on protective security. It is a space for individuals, communities, businesses, government and policing to come together, supporting the shared mission of bringing safety and security to the nation.

Following the introduction to the Competent Persons Scheme (CPS) in May, the NaCTSO Team are taking an evidence-based policing approach, with further support from independent market research to help determine the full scope of the scheme.

The Competent Persons Scheme forms part of the Government Publicly Accessible Locations Programme. It is the focus of a dedicated internal unit within National Counter Terrorism Security office (NaCTSO).

The mission of the CPS is to provide the business community with a national standard of knowledge and ability to support the mitigation of risks posed by terrorist threats, and the fulfilment of their duties under the new Protect Duty - whether this be using internal or external skill sets. This is an opportunity for you to be involved in shaping the scheme. We would greatly appreciate if you could take the time to share your experiences with us. These experiences will support us throughout the design processes of the Competent Persons Scheme. Your responses will help define the scope of the scheme and support us in gaining a better understanding of you, our audience and stakeholders.

This is a unique chance for you to have your voice heard by those shaping the scheme, and to be a part of the early stages of development. Share your experiences with us:

Working with individuals and organisations such as yourselves continues to help us deliver the best products that support your needs, practices and capabilities.

If you have not already, please register your interest with the NaCTSO Competent Persons Scheme Team at for the opportunity to take part in future engagement once our research phase is complete.

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