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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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Corps Security is awarded Social Enterprise Status
After 162 years of dedication to their social purpose, built on a desire to help war veterans into gainful employment, Corps Security are now celebrating their recently awarded Social Enterprise status. Since their inception in 1859 they have followed, what we now term, the triple bottom line ethos of ‘people, planet, purpose’. That’s over a century and a half of social value. Achieving Social Enterprise status acknowledges the good work that...
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Corps Security launches new manned guarding savings calculator
*Press Release* Corps Security has launched its Manned Guarding Savings Calculator to help businesses rightsize their security provision as they plan the return to workplace reoccupation. Facilities or security professionals simply input their manned guarding hourly charge rate and the number of security hours into the calculator and it shows how security costs could be significantly reduced by integrating security monitoring solutions with traditiona...
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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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Corps Security undertakes ambitious project to digitise it’s 161 year history

Corps Security, formally named the Corps of Commissionaires, is well-known for its’ long history which dates back to 1859 when it was established to help ex-servicemen returning from the Crimean War. In order to ensure that this history is preserved, Corps Security has announced that they will be digitising their history and have hired London Metropolitan Archives (LMA) archivist Dorota Pomorska-Dawid.

Ms. Pomorska-Dawid has be...
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Corps Security wins 5-year contract with Midlands College

After a competitive tender process, Corps Security has won a 5-year contract to continue providing a variety of services to Wallsall College near Birmingham. The scope of this contract covers all four campuses and includes manned guarding, control room operations, manned patrols, front of house services and student assistance.

The above-listed services will be carried out by a team of 1...

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Corps Security embraces its’ military origins with Remembrance Day march

160-year-old security provider, Corps Security, is scheduled to participate in this year’s National Service of Remembrance March Past to be held this Sunday at the Cenotaph. Every year this march is held to keep the memory alive of those who have fought for and in many cases, died for, Britain.

Corps Security pays special reverence to this type of event given that it was founded as th...

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