Collated below are our topic-specific Security Guidelines - these provide the key requirements to meet the objectives of the BBC Security Policy (see Useful Documents).
Each of our Security Guidelines provide links to our Security Codes of Practice - these documents explain how our security requirements are to be met in practice. Our Codes of Practice are particular to the BBC and may only be accessed by those connected to the BBC network.
This Security Guideline defines the framework of measures by which people and property at the BBC are to be protected against the risk of crime, including management responsibilities, security threat and response levels, security training, risk assessment and incident reporting.
This Security Guideline defines measures to help mitigate the personal security threats to individuals in everyday life, including personal security, privacy, mail handling, travel security, cash handling, dealing with bomb and suicide threats, harassment and stalking.
This Security Guideline define the physical measures required to protect BBC premises from external security threats, including our building security standards, security compliance checks and assessments requirements for building projects / acquisitions.
This Security Guideline defines the facilities management and guarding services that are required to protect our premises, and their occupants, from security threats.
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