Project PEGASUS campaign Date published: 4th October 2017 12.48pm

On Monday 18th September, a newly branded Project PEGASUS campaign was launched across the country. As you may know, this is the joint Border Force, National Crime Agency and Police initiative to increase vigilance in and around the UK’s airfields.

Serious and organised criminals and terrorists can exploit GA for crimes ranging from illegal immigration, importing drugs and trafficking firearms. Therefore, the aim of the campaign is to encourage the public to report unusual or suspicious activity which may be an indicator of criminal activity.

How you can help

  1. Update web pages Forces across the country already have web pages to promote Project Pegasus. These should be update with the new-look posters and leaflets which can be accessed via the link below. You should where possible include a link to the Crimestoppers anonymous reporting page: https://crimestoppers-uk.org/pegasus
  2. Promote the campaign via social media To help raise awareness of the campaign among the aviation industry and general public, you should make use of social media to promote the campaign. You can find animated and static Twitter graphics at the link below, along with some example Tweets.
  3. Print and display campaign materials Posters and leaflets are available to download and print. These should be displayed at GA locations across the country and used at events where appropriate.

Campaign materials, including posters, leaflets and social media graphics are available to download here.

If you require bespoke communications assets or further content, please contact the Border Force Communications team.