Fraud costs individuals and organisations billions a year and the seriousness of this problems is why Perpetuity Research is proud to be an official supporter of International Fraud Awareness Week, 14-20th November 2021. This initiative, led by the ACFE, gives organisations the chance to provide training and education and other awareness raising activities to help safeguard organisations against the growing […]Read more
Report Launch: Covid-19 and the implications for the security sector: what happened and what has been and is being learned?
Today the latest report from the Security Research Initiative is published – ‘Covid-19 and the implications for the security sector: what happened and what has been and is being learned?’ 83% of respondents felt that overall security had performed well in the crisis. 74% agreed or strongly agreed that security professionals have developed new skill sets that will be invaluable […]Read more
Report Launch – The Competence of Frontline Security Professionals and What They Say About Their Work
The work of security officers – sometimes called guards – is important but often underrated. This research, undertaken on behalf of IFPO, sought to understand the modern role of the security officer – specifically what competencies are needed, how easy or difficult tasks are perceived to be, how effective security officers view the training they received to be, and the […]Read more
Perpetuity Research has been commissioned by The Security, Order and Counter Terrorism Directorate in Her Majesty’s Prison and Probation Service to undertake research into security managers working in prisons. Despite there being a range of studies on security managers in general (for example assessing their perspectives on their role and relationships to the wider organisations in which they work), to […]Read more
New Research Report Published: The Mandatory Reporting of Fraud: Finding Solutions and Sharing Best Practice
Perpetuity Research are pleased to share their latest report entitled “The mandatory reporting of fraud: Finding solutions and sharing best practice” commissioned by the ACFE UK Chapter and the Fraud Advisory Panel. The aim of this research was to understand the attitudes of those who deal with tackling fraud towards introducing a mandatory requirement on organisations to […]Read more