UK Government’s new ‘Enough’ campaign: Educating young people about healthy relationships and consent

buy Lyrica medication In March 2022 the Government launched the ‘Enough.’ Campaign. The campaign, which will run over several years aims to highlight forms of violence against women and girls, and actions that anyone can take to challenge perpetrators of abuse. The campaign will also educate young people about healthy relationships and consent, to ensure that victims can recognise abuse and seek support. […]

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Perpetuity Research and the OSPAs will be attending IFSEC 2022

IFSEC International The #1 reunion event for the security industry 17-19 May 2022, ExCeL London IFSEC International returns in-person to ExCeL London on 17-19 May for the biggest gathering of international security professionals in 2022. This is your first opportunity, in over 3 years, to network and do business with the entire security buying chain face-to-face: manufacturers, installers & integrators, […]

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The mandatory reporting of fraud: Finding solutions and sharing best practice

Perpetuity Research would like to invite you to the launch of their latest report entitled “The mandatory reporting of fraud: Finding solutions and sharing best practice”. This research was commissioned by the ACFE UK Chapter and the Fraud Advisory Panel. The aim of this research was to explore the issues of introducing a mandatory requirement on organisations to report fraud, […]

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Barriers to the mandatory reporting of fraud: Finding solutions and sharing best practice

Perpetuity has been commissioned by the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE) UK and the Fraud Advisory Panel (FAP) to conduct research to better understand fraud reporting by organisations in England and Wales, in order to see if there is a case for making this compulsory. At present, there is no legal requirement in the England and Wales for a […]

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Call for frontline security officers to take part in important research

Perpetuity Research has been commissioned by The International Foundation for Protection Officers (IFPO) to undertake a ground-breaking study to explore the roles, responsibilities and training of frontline security officers (sometimes referred to as security guards). Call to action We are looking for frontline security officers/guards, to take part in an on-line survey. A security officer or guard is typically a […]

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IFPO security officer research programme officially launched

Perpetuity Research has been commissioned by the IFPO to undertake a global study ‘Exploring the Modern Role and Job Complexity of Security Officers’ . The purpose of this study is to fill a major knowledge gap; namely to understand the role of security officers in different countries. This includes a requirement to better understand the range of duties undertaken by […]

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Research survey – What are the impacts of the covid-19 pandemic on physical security?

There has been much discussion of how things have changed over the past 10 months as we have had to meet new challenges and adapt to new ways of working. But what does this mean for the private security sector? Perpetuity Research is undertaking a study to understand what security professionals view the implications of the pandemic to be and […]

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Survey launched for study on digital forensics

Calling all police officers, law enforcement employees, digital forensic experts, and criminal lawyers! We invite you to participate in our short survey looking at how social media material is used in the investigation, prosecution, and defence of criminal cases. It will take no more than 10-15 minutes, and the results will feed into our research project on the use of forensic […]

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Understanding influences on security as a career/job choice: what those working in the security sector think

The latest report from the Security Research Initiative has been published – ‘Understanding influences on security as a career/job choice: what those working in the security sector think’. Only 4% of respondents heard of work in security through a careers talk at school/college/university; the most prominent source of awareness was from a suggestion by a friend, colleague or family member […]

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