London 2012: Olympic security tested on River Thames

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With security a top priority at the Olympic Games, police and military took to the River Thames to test out their response to any potential terrorist attacks.

The officer in charge of Olympic security, Metropolitan Police Assistant Commissioner Chris Allison, Maj Paul Stitson from the Royal Marines and Dr Tobias Feakin of the Royal United Services Institute speak about how preparations are going.

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