Professor Martin Gill wins two awards

Professor Martin Gill of Perpetuity Research and the OSPAs has won two awards. On October 13th 2016 Martin was awarded the Imbert Associations Prize during the 2016 CONSEC Conference at the London Heathrow Marriott Hotel. The Prize is awarded to an individual in recognition of his or her significant contribution to the security sector for the year, as nominated by ASIS, BSIA, IPSA and the […]

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Professor Martin Gill is now a Chartered Security Professional

At Perpetuity, we are pleased to announce that our Director, Professor Martin Gill, is now a Chartered Security Professional. His application was approved by the Chartered Security Professionals’ Registration Authority and he was admitted to the Register of Chartered Security Professionals on 11th January 2016. Martin was presented with his Certificate of Admittance at the Annual Celebratory Dinner for the Register […]

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Professor Martin Gill shortlisted for Imbert Associatons Prize

Having been nominated by the BSIA (British Security Industry Association), Professor Martin Gill was a Finalist for the 2015 Imbert Associations Prize. The Imbert Associations Prize is awarded each year to a person who has made the most notable contribution to the security industry in the preceding year, and is nominated by ASIS, BSIA, IPSA and the SyI, and adjudged […]

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Martin Gill will be speaking at the Markets in Policing conference

‘Markets in Policing: The Appetite for and Organisational, Cultural and Moral Limits to Markets in Public Policing’ International and Comparative Experiences from Europe and Beyond An ESRC Public Policy Conference   11th & 12th July 2016 Liberty Building, University of Leeds   For some time, public policing has been shielded from debates about marketisation and the greater involvement of the […]

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Brand New Article By Martin Gill and Paul Ekblom in the European Journal on Criminal Policy and Research

Professor Martin Gill and Paul Ekblom have just had their article ‘Rewriting the Script: Cross-Disciplinary Exploration and Conceptual Consolidation of the Procedural Analysis of Crime’ published in the European Journal on Criminal Policy and Research. Abstract: The use of Cornish’s crime-scripts approach in situational crime prevention grows apace. However, we believe the conceptual foundation of cognitive scripts imported from Abelson […]

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Martin Gill

Martin is the Director of Perpetuity Research and Consultancy International. He started the company in 2002 when it was formally launched by HRH Prince Michael of Kent. Martin is also a Professor of Criminology and for over two decades has been actively involved in a range of studies relating to different aspects of crime and its prevention. In the past […]

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Martin Gill speaking at SyI Christmas Curry Night

For the third year running Professor Martin Gill FSyI, Director of Perpetuity Research & Consultancy will be presenting the results from the annual SRI (Security Research Initiative) survey at The Security Institute’s Christmas Curry Night. You can read more about the research on ‘The state of the security sector: what those who work in security are saying about it’ here. […]

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New Research report during Covid-19 on “Why is the death rate of security officers comparatively high? Thinking about the reasons”

Perpetuity Research are pleased to share their latest report on “Why is the death rate of security officers comparatively high? Thinking about the reasons” commissioned by Corps Security. The focus of this report was to try and better understand the high rate of Covid-19 deaths experienced by security officers in the UK (compared to other occupations) as recently reported by the […]

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