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Carl Palmer – Choose your Company Values Carefully In his latest blog for infologue Carl Palmer, Exec Chairman at CIS Security writes on the subject of the importance of meaningful values for People in Security, and why. Read on »
Bob Forsyth – What’s in Store for 2019? In his latest blog for Infologue Bob Forsyth, Chief Executive Officer at Kings Security writes about what we may expect of the Security Sector in the New Year.  Read on »
Carl Palmer – Take a Walk in Their Shoes In his latest blog for Infologue Carl Palmer, Exec Chairman at CIS Security writes about his experiences on the Clipper Boat Race, his business approach and how one has influenced the other. Read on »
Friday, 18 January 2019

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SIA Promote safer Security at Brighton’s student haunts

Tonight, Friday 30 November, the Security Industry Authority’s (SIA) South East Partnerships and Interventions team and Sussex Police will be calling at Brighton’s top student pubs and clubs. They will share best-practice guidance on safer physical intervention for door supervisors as a reminder of how to keep their clients and themselves safe. The aims of […]

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East London security bosses sentenced for supplying unlicensed guards to Upton Park development

Yesterday (Thursday 22 November), Martin Makesa (49) of Bettons Park in east London, the sole director of London Guard Security Limited, and Emily Kamau (35) from Stratford and a former company director, were sentenced at Snaresbrook Crown Court. They were found guilty of providing unlicensed security guards – an offence under the Private Security Industry […]

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New Regional Chair of Security Communications Partnership Calls for increased Business Involvement

Security and Risk professional Guy Mathias has been appointed as Chairman of the Eastern Region of the CSSC (Cross-sector Safety and Security Communications). Operating on a charitable basis and founded in June 2011 by a team of senior UK security experts, the CSSC was started as a means of facilitating communications between the private and […]

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Record number of businesses gathered at Manchester Security event to share best practice

Businesses from the North-West region benefit from security event held at St Ann’s Church on Tuesday 13th November 2018. Organised by Manchester City Centre Crime Prevention Panel (MCCCPP) with the support of Greater Manchester Police, Manchester City Council and Atmaana Business Consulting, this annual event aims to inform businesses about current issues facing the region […]

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Unlicensed security director from Caernarfon ordered to pay over £18,000 from proceeds of crime

At Caernarfon Crown Court last Friday 9th November, Mark Pursglove (52) of Llanberis Road, Caernarfon was ordered to pay over £18,000 for his previous convictions including working without a Security Industry Authority (SIA) licence. Pursglove’s previous convictions were for providing unlicensed security operatives, giving the SIA false information and working as an unlicensed director. The court […]

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Marine pollution crime: First global multi-agency operation

An international law enforcement operation against maritime pollution has revealed hundreds of violations and exposed serious cases of contamination worldwide. Codenamed 30 Days at Sea, the month-long (1 to 31 October) operation saw some 276 law enforcement and environmental agencies across 58 countries detect over 500 offences, including illegal discharges of oil and garbage from […]

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Wiltshire security boss who deceived school for 12 years by supplying unlicensed guards pleads guilty

Steven Renouf, who is the owner of Taghna Security Services, had supplied up to 40 unlicensed staff to the school over the course of a contract dating from 2006. In addition to deceiving his client, Renouf had dishonestly convinced his own employees that they didn’t require a licence. Renouf appeared at Swindon Magistrates Court on […]

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BSIA announces departure of James Kelly as Chief Executive

In a Statement released on their website, the BSIA has announced today that James Kelly will be stepping down as Chief Executive of the Association. Whilst a replacement is sought, David Wilkinson, Director of Technical Services will oversee the responsibilities of the role as the search for a new Chief Executive commences. Simon Banks, Chairman of the […]

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