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Regton goes to Katy Perry’s Witness: The Tour

Regton goes to Katy Perry’s Witness: The Tour, her latest UK & European tour. REGTON LTD ARE DELIGHTED TO ANNOUNCE EXCITING DEVELOPMENTS IN VENUE SECURITY Regton Ltd announce the introduction of Garrett walk through metal detectors at The Metro Radio Arena, Newcastle to replace and improve the current manual scanning procedure; with the aim of…

Nigel Ingram in Fake Britain.

Regton On BBC

This morning we had an opportunity to see Regton’s Managing Director Nigel Ingram on BBC’s Fake Britain. If you missed the programme this morning you can catch up on BBC iPlayer In this episode Nigel is testing counterfeit Garrett security scanners which infiltrated UK market. He is also talking about very popular among metal detectorists,…

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Security metal detectors have stoped weapons coming into schools

Security moves have stopped weapons coming into schools, say education bosses. Hard-hitting security measures which saw metal detectors installed in some West Midlands schools have deterred pupils from taking weapons into classrooms, education chiefs revealed today. A national debate has been taking place on whether security in schools needs to be increased in the wake…

Boom Baby!

Man takes home live wartime bomb after finding it in a field   WAYNE Elson started off his metal detecting hobby with a huge bang after discovering an unexploded bomb. The 49-year-old, of Hambledon Road, in Waterlooville, found the German Second World War incendiary just a week after buying his £180  metal detector kit. He was…

Call for metal detectors at Bournville College after student is stabbed

Published by The Birmingham Mail, written by Catherine Lillington, Sunday 14th October 2012 DEMANDS have been made for better security at the Birmingham college where a teenager was stabbed. The 17-year-old student was fighting for his life after the incident at Bournville College. West Midlands Police described the teenager’s condition on Sunday as “stable”. A 22-year-old…

Article | More than 30 charged following weekend police operation in Aberdeen

Published by STV Local, 9th July 2012 More than 30 people have been charged following a weekend operation by Grampian Police. Officer launched Operation Diamond on Friday and Saturday night “to make Aberdeen city centre a safer place”. As part of the operation metal detectors were used at the entrances to a number of licensed premises…

Knives, guns and alcohol among more than 3,000 items confiscated at Grimsby’s courts

Published by Grimsby Telegraph, Monday, 30th April, 2012 “MORE than 3,000 items – including knives, guns, alcohol, tools and cameras – have been confiscated at Grimsby’s courts, new figures have revealed. Security officers at the magistrates’ court, in Victoria Street, and at Grimsby Crown Court, in Town Hall Square, have seized 274 cameras, 500 tools…

Bid for permanent metal detector to be installed

Published by Burton Mail “BURTON could be one of the first towns in the country to have a permanent walk-through metal detector outside town centre venues to prevent weapons being taken in. The state-of-the-art security device will hopefully be installed in Burton as part of the Mail’s Safer Burton campaign.” – Taken from Article Click…