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The Security Commonwealth Announces New Board Members, David Ward & Houdah Al-Hakim
*Press Release* Following confirmation at the recent meeting of SyCom members, the Board are delighted to announce two new Board Members, David Ward and Houdah Al-Hakim CSMP. They join Chair, Jayne King Jayne King, past chairs Guy Mathias FSyI and Joe Connell, Secretary Dave Cooke, Graham Bassett, Oliver Curran and Mike Hurst. Houdah is the founder and CEO of Quick Click Security, an online platform in its...
City Security Council and City of London Police Coordinate Joint Hi-Visibility Patrolling Strategy
All 22 members of the City Security Council took part in a joint, hi-visibility patrolling strategy with the City of London Police as part of an initiative to deter attacks. The joint initiative, which was implemented over the May Bank Holiday weekend, saw combined patrols being set up across the CSC sites within the Square Mile.  With approximately 1,000 security officers taking part supported by the police who were out in force both on...
CSC releases statement on Security Officers’ status as Critical Workers
City Security Council Chair, David Ward, releases a statement regarding the status of Security Officers and why they should be considered to be "Critical Workers". “The City Security Council has been working closely with key stakeholders in the City of London to gain London based security officers essential worker status, which will ensure they can continue to serve and support the City during the coronavirus crisis. 
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City Security Council arranges first major training exercise in City of London.

On Saturday 22nd February 2020, businesses in the east of the City of London took part in a training exercise arranged by the City Security Council (CSC), and sponsored and supported by the City of London Crime Prevention Association, to test responsiveness to major incidents. The activity, which took place around Leadenhall Street, involved over 200 emergency service and private security personnel partic...