New Secured Environments Registrations

We’ve had a successful month for Secured Environments with three new registrations this month. Bath Spa University, Nottingham Trent University and Marlowes Shopping Centre. This security risk management accreditation is offered by ACPO CPI. The award is focused on the organisation (and any type of organisation or business can register) meeting six key principles. Commitment to create a secure environment Understand the […]

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Perpetuity Welcomes New Staff for Organised Crime Project

The Perpetuity team will be welcoming two new staff members. Sarah Webb, Ruth Crocker will be starting at the beginning of April. Their focus will be on our latest research project: Reducing The Impact of Serious Organised Crime in Local Communities. We are undertaking this work with the Police Foundation. As volume crime continues to fall, concern about serious organised […]

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New Editions to the Crime Prevention and Security Management Series

The Crime Prevention and Security Management series is a collection of books published by Palgrave Macmillan and edited by Martin Gill. It is widely recognised that we live in an increasingly unsafe society, but the study of security and crime prevention has lagged behind in its importance on the political agenda and has not matched the level of public concern. […]

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Secured Environments: Promotion Updates

Secured Environments exhibited an ACPO training event this month. Promotion of the Secured Environment award is continuing with the help of the police and many new organisations have registered this month. This security risk management  accreditation is offered by ACPO CPI. The award is focused on the organisation (and any type of organisation or business can register) meeting six key principles. Commitment […]

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Security Research Initiative: Call for New Membership

The SRI is supported by ASIS International (UK Chapter), British Security Industry Association (BSIA) and The Security Institute (SyI). Companies sign up for three years. Each year we undertake a study that develops new insights into security practice. Full details of previous projects are on our website, they include tool-kits on strategy development and procurement, and reports on the value […]

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Perpetuity Research will be exhibiting at IFSEC International 17-19 June 2014, ExCeL, London, UK

If you’re looking for focused content, features and leading suppliers catering for every security requirement, IFSEC International in London is the only destination for you this June! With a global focus on expertise and guidance, you’ll discover high level security content that covers both public and private security, from SMEs to the largest enterprises. An international gathering of over 28,000 […]

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FREE Access to Palgrave Macmillan Journals during March

From March 1-31, 2014 Palgrave Macmillan will be running its Access All Areas campaign. All journals, including Security Journal (Edited by Martin Gill and Bonnie Fisher) will be free to view online. Perpetuity Research members and journal contributors are encouraged to take advantage of this opportunity to sample journal content, and to share the promotion (and their work) with colleagues […]

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ASIS 13th European Security Conference & Exhibition

Martin Gill will be speaking at the ASIS 13th European Security Conference & Exhibition which is taking place on 1-3 April 2014 in The Hague, Netherlands at the World Forum. The two-day educational programme will feature 44 educational sessions delivered by industry leaders from important companies and organisations such as Morgan Stanley, Bank of England, Deutsche Telekom, Leiden University, Abu […]

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New Project: Reducing the Impact of Serious Organised Crime in Local Communities

We are delighted to report that we are about to start a new project entitled ‘Reducing the Impact of Serious Organised Crime in Local Communities’. We are undertaking this work with the Police Foundation. As volume crime continues to fall, concern about serious organised crime, which is costly, harmful and widespread, is rising. It targets the most vulnerable people and […]

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