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Security Insights – Train to gain – that is the message from ICTS

Ryan Frost, Training Coordinator at ICTS has provided a really fascinating account about his role and shares his perspectives to our Security Insights series.  We think you will find this insightful. I am currently a Training Coordinator in our Corporate Security Division – I started my career by obtaining a SIA license through the DWP, …

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Think you would make a good security officer? Then read on…

Vijay Varnadevan is a security officer at Allied Universal.  Below he shares with us some insights into his role, what he likes about his job and the challenges he has faced. What is your current role and how did you get there?  Security officer. I applied after some through networking. Why did you first join …

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Security Insights – A member of Bidvest Noonan shares why she enjoys working in security

As well as helping to keep people safe, security professionals need a wide variety of skills to perform their role.  Below, we gain an insight from a member of  the Bidvest Noonan’s security team about what she likes about her role and working in security.  If you are interested in finding out more about the …

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Security Insights: SmartSec Solutions provide their thoughts on working in our industry

As we continue our Security Insights Series to promote the benefits and roles on offer in the security industry below are some insights from members of the team at SmartSec Solutions.  If you are considering a career in security you can find out more about how to apply and what vacancies exist by clicking on …

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Security Insights: From Supermarket Shelf Stacker to Managing Director

As we continue to promote the benefits of working in the security industry we are delighted to share the thoughts of Neill Catton, Managing Director at CIS Security. What is your current role and how did you get there?  I am currently the Managing Director for CIS Security and have worked here for 16 years.  …

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Interested in a career in Security? Read on…..

The Security industry offers a wide range of varied and interesting roles and opportunities for everyone.  Whether you are a school leaver, a university graduate, or interested in a change of career whatever your age or experience then there are plenty of companies and opportunities you can explore. The City Security Council has asked a …

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CSC Intelligence Group Briefs on Environmental Activism in the UK

The City Security Council has set up its own intelligence group which is chaired by Stephen Shackell.  The group has only been established for a few months but is already developing ways for our members to benefit from shared intelligence. The first ever briefing document from the group has been produced and is based on Environmental …

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Joint Training on Major Incident Responses Launched by City Security Council and City of London Police

The City Security Council (CSC) and the City of London Police (CoLP) have launched an initiative to improve responses to major incidents such as terrorist attacks or natural disasters.  The Major Incidents, JESIP and Reception Centres: Joint response training is a new programme designed to boost awareness of procedures and encourage collaboration between private security firms …

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Communication is critical in the management of incidents, by Sophie Malone

Planned and unplanned events can arise anywhere, at any time. Each incident is different: some you know in advance; some you know could happen one day and others are just impossible to predict. Therefore, the ability to prepare, respond and emerge stronger from threats and crime requires specialised expertise, an understanding of key risks, situational …

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