The BSIA’s British Security Awards 2020 goes digital

British_security_awards_2020On May 19th 2020, the British Security Industry Association (BSIA) announced that this year’s British Security Awards will be held as an online broadcast. This decision was taken due to the uncertainty caused by the Coronavirus Pandemic. Originally due to be held on July 1st in London, the BSIA’s flagship event will now be broadcast live to 12,000 participants from around the UK for the first, and perhaps only, time.

The event will feature the announcement of this year’s winners, including individuals, groups and companies across 15 categories. As ever, the British Security Awards 2020 will celebrate the best that the British security industry offers and shine a spotlight on those who have achieved at the highest level and demonstrate industry best practices. This year’s event will also feature special guest, Metropolitan Police Commissioner , Cressida Dick who will be presenting the Bravery Awards.

“The British Security Awards is a major event in the industry calendar and due to the unforeseen circumstances of the last three months, we will now be hosting this event online.

The British Security Awards Online 2020 promises to be a fantastic showcase of talent and expertise from the industry, and we are honoured that the Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police, Cressida Dick will also be taking part in the proceedings.

Despite the most challenging issue of our lifetime, our members have still managed to present us with a large number of award nominees, and it is only right that we continue to honour both their commitment and the achievements of their employees in the most fitting way we can,” said British Security Industry Association, Chief Executive, Mike Reddington.

This year’s sponsors include Texecom (Installer of the Year), Optex (Best Use of Technology), Innovise (Business of the Year), NSI (Apprentice of the Year), Camberford Underwriting (Security Personnel), SaferCash (Industry Bravery)

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