Shop staff learn how to prepare for terrorist attacks

Bicester Advertiser: Kym Curtis Kym Curtis

Shop workers are better prepared if the town ever became the target of a terror attack.

Twenty staff from shops across Bicester attended the first training session by the South East Counter terrorism Unit.

It was organised by Kym Curtis, above, co-ordinator of the Cherwell Crime Partnership, who is concerned Bicester could be seen as a ‘soft’ target because of its military links.

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