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The Infologue.com Big Interview – Peter Webster – CEO – The Corps – Part Two
In the second part of the interview with Peter Webster, Chief Executive of Corps Security, we cover his views on the state of the industry, the British Security Industry Association (BSIA), business licensing and the Approved Contractor Scheme (ACS). We have a healthy security industry…. “I think it is interesting that we have a healthy security industry, despite what I often think are the industry’s best endeavours not to have one. There are many reasons the marketplace should be buoyant at the moment for companies who are forward thinking and dealing with the opportunities that pre...
The Infologue.com Big Interview – Peter Webster – CEO – The Corps – Part One
Following on from the first Infologue.com Big Interview with SIA Chief Executive Alan Clamp we chose Peter Webster as our second target, writes Infologue.com's publisher Bobby Logue. Peter Webster of Corps Security is known for his firm views on issues relating to the security industry, which he regularly shares in his blog on Infologue.com. I decided to meet with Peter to find out more about his views on the industry, and find out more about the Corps business. In Part One of the Infologue.com Peter Webster Big Interview we covered The Corps and their momentous decision to resign from the ...
Infologue Case Study – Securitas – Securitas and South West Water
Infologue.com has introduced four case studies annually to share best practice in the security industry. The second case study is presented by Securitas. Customer quote "Securitas has been able to provide a unique solution based on a complex requirement for our company, which is outside the normal assignment instructions for any normal security company. By working in partnership with us, Securitas has delivered a high level of service, often going above and beyond the contract requirements, to maintain continuity and customer satisfaction." Sarah Swainbank, Emergency Planning & Secur...
SIA CEO, Alan Clamp
The Infologue.com Big Interview – Alan Clamp CEO SIA – Part Two
In the second part of our interview with Alan Clamp, the Chief Executive of the Security Industry Authority, we cover his extensive views on training, development and career progression within the security industry. Alan Camp on Training…. “Well in terms of the training I suppose there’s three parts to this, going back to a previous role of mine: • The content, • The quality with which that training is delivered, and • The assessment at the end with which you can judge quality. “If people are passing the assessment you can say that the training must have been at least accep...
The Infologue.com Big Interview – Alan Clamp CEO SIA – Part One
Infologue.com publisher Bobby Logue went to meet the Private Security Industry Regulator, Alan Clamp, at his offices in Holborn, London. Alan started work as the Chief Executive of the Security Industry Authority on the 1st of June 2015. Alan surprised us with how quickly he had identified the security industry related issues and his transparent views. We left with the belief that the security industry can do business with Alan Clamp. The interview has been divided into two parts, the first on Alan Clamp’s previous experience, his first impressions of the security industry, looking at develo...
Bobby Logue of Interconnective Ltd
Infologue.com Top 30 UK Companies in the Regulated Security Sector 2015
In terms of the Regulated Security Services in 2015, it was pretty much a non-event, other than the appointment of a new Chief Executive of the Security Industry Authority, writes Interconnective's Bobby Logue. Margins of security companies continued to fall and the Regulator was given extended powers in terms of the Proceeds of Crime Act. Peter Webster reviewed the wider security picture on Infologue.com last week in his blog - Peter Webster – The issues that shaped the security industry in 2015. Finally, the spectre of workplace violence raised its head further in the security industry ...
Bobby Logue of Interconnective Ltd
Infologue.com Top 30 Table of UK Security Companies 2014
Infologue.com Top 30 table of UK Security Companies 2014 Infologue.com believes that in 2014 the regulated security sector has remained static in terms of turnover at £3.2 billion for the past year. Due to the popularity of the Infologue.com Top 30 companies list as well as numerous requests we have decided to increase the Infologue.com Top 30. The annual turnover of the new Infologue.com Top 30 is estimated at £2,905,500,000 representing 92.3% of the annual turnover of the regulated security sector The “Top 5” G4S, Securitas, Mitie TSM, VSG and OCS share approximately 55.9% of the ...
Bobby Logue of Interconnective Ltd
UK Top 25 Regulated Sector Security Companies 2013
Infologue.com believes that in 2013 the regulated security sector has remained static in terms of turnover at £3.18 billion for the past year, writes Infologue.com publisher, Bobby Logue. Due to the popularity of the Infologue.com Top 20 companies list as well as numerous requests we have decided to increase the table to 25 companies which will be known as the Infologue.com Top 25. If we examine the turnover of the Infologue.com Top 20 companies there has been an increase this year of £70 million over the turnover figure of last year (2012). The turnover of the Infologue.com Top 20 in 201...
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2012 Infologue.com ‘Building the Future’ Award winner – Janet Williams
The 2012 Infologue.com ‘Building the Future’ Award winner is Janet Williams, Deputy Assistant Commissioner Janet Williams QPM of the Metropolitan Police Service, Specialist Operations. Several worthy names were considered in 2012 but the selection panel felt that the progress made towards greater collaboration between the Police and the Security Sector was worthy of acknowledgement. Deputy Assistant Commissioner Janet Williams QPM of the Metropolitan Police Service, is responsible also for business engagement. In addition she is the ACPO lead on E-Crime. In the run up to the Olympic &am...
2011 David Evans
The 2011 Infologue.com ‘Building the Future’ Award winner is David Evans, the British Security Industry Association (BSIA) Project Director-2012, and is responsible for focusing the work of the trade association for the 2012 Olympic Games. David Evans has received the award firstly for his work on the origination of the LOCOG Bridging the Gap initiative which will result the infusion of young students into a career in the private security industry and secondly for the promotion of the private security industry to the 2012 Olympic Games stakeholders, including the UK Government. David Ev...
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