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Corps Security Appoints New National Accounts and Operations Directors
Certified Social Enterprise, Corps Security, has appointed a new national account director and a new operations director. Mark Taylor has been appointed to national account director at Corps, supporting major accounts including the portfolio for global commercial real estate services and investment firm CBRE. Taylor brings over 20 years of extensive experience working at a senior level within international security companies and has been responsible f...
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Social Enterprise Corps Security renews partnership with iconic Royal Opera House
London’s Royal Opera House, one of the world’s leading arts organisations, has re-appointed Corps Security to deliver a full spectrum of security services at its iconic Covent Garden site. The renewed partnership will see Corps continue to develop the security offering on site, introducing new roles and innovative, state of the art training technologies. Established as the Covent Garden Opera Company in 1946, the Royal Opera House brings together ...
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Corps Security Wins Living Wage Champion Award
At last night’s Living Wage Champion Awards, Corps Security received the Recognised Service Provider Award in recognition of its leadership in advancing the Real Living Wage within the security industry and among its client network. Established initially as the Corps of Commissionairs in 1859, Corps Security has always been committed to providing the highest standard of employment, including pay rates to its colleagues. Today, as an accredited Recog...
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Corps Wins Prestigious 3 Plus 2 Year Canary Wharf Contract
Canary Wharf Group has appointed Corps Security to deliver security services across its retail portfolio. Under the three-plus-two-year contract, more than 80 officers will deliver corporate and retail security services. Canary Wharf takes its name from the quay where fruit and veg from the Mediterranean and Canary islands was once unloaded. The disused Docklands site, formed by a loop in the Thames, was turned into a second financial district to riva...
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Corps Security wins multi-site contract with Zurich Insurance
Zurich, one of the world’s leading insurers, has appointed Corps Security to deliver guarding services across its UK portfolio which includes premises in London, Birmingham, Glasgow, Swindon, Whiteley and Farnborough. The three-year deal was secured in collaboration with Corps long standing partner leading global commercial real estate services provider CBRE and will see 27 security operatives deliver customer focussed security duties, all underpinn...
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Corps Security appoints Amy Wilkinson as new Social Value Lead
*Press Release* Throughout Amy Wilkinson’s career she has been passionate about corporate social responsibility. Amy played a lead role in Corps Security obtaining Social Enterprise, from investigating how to apply, what credentials needed to be met, working closely with the senior management team to achieve Corps new status, Amy played a pivotal role. Mark Rogers, Executive Director, Corps Security comments, “Social Enterprise status bring...
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Corps Security wins three-year contract with Bird & Bird at 12 New Fetter Lane
Bird & Bird has appointed Corps Security to provide security services at 12 New Fetter Lane, in London. Under the three-year contract, Corps will deliver daily manned guarding for the building and provide security services at the reception. Twelve security colleagues will work at the site. Bird & Bird is an international law firm with a focus on helping organisations being changed by technology and the digital world. It has over 1,300 lawyers in...
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Corps Security rejoins the British Security Industry Association
Corps Security has rejoined the British Security Industry Association (BSIA) the trade association for the professional security industry in the UK as a principal member. Last week, BSIA CEO Mike Reddington presented Corps CEO Mike Bullock with a membership certificate at Corps’ London head office. Mike Reddington, Chief Executive, BSIA, said: “The BSIA is delighted to welcome Corps Security back into membership and to be given the opportunity ...
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Why Thank Your Security Officer Day in the perfect time to thank front-line teams
Paul Lotter, Managing Director for Corps Security discusses the importance of recognising the contributions of security in the wake of the pandemic and why Thank Your Security Officer Day is important. This Thursday marks Thank Your Security Officer Day, the second annual day of recognition for security officers run by Corps Security. It falls during a wider international week of recognition: Security Officer Appreciation Week and it couldn...
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Corps Security publishes report in to Covid-19 security officer mortality rate

Corps Security has just released the findings of a new report, conducted under commission by Perpetuity Research, on why security officers have one of the highest death rates from Covid-19. This report follows the announcement in May by the Office of National Statistics (ONS) that the death rate among security officers Is 45.7 deaths per 100,000 people, one of the highest in the UK.

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