The Handbook of Security Third Edition has been published

The third edition of the Handbook of Security, edited by Perpetuity Research Director Martin Gill, has been published. The book contains 45 contributions from the leading scholars in the world, topics cover a vast arrange of issues from security and the margin footprint; the ways security is portrayed in films; the economic case for security; evaluations of different Security approaches; […]

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London Bridge City achieves police award for security

London Bridge City has been presented with the prestigious Secured Environments award on 13th June 2022 by Guy Ferguson, Chief Executive Officer, Police CPI. The estate, located in an iconic neighbourhood, surrounded by famous London landmarks, is a destination for shopping, entertainment and dining, and hosts a range of residential and business premises. As such the area presents a range […]

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A new Economic Crime and Corporate Transparency Bill will provide greater protections for consumers and businesses

A new Economic Crime and Corporate Transparency Bill (“Economic Crime Bill”) was outlined in the Queen’s speech which will give further and stronger powers to tackle illicit finance, reduce economic crime and provide greater protections for consumers and businesses. This follows on from the Economic Crime (Transparency and Enforcement) Act 2022, which received Royal Assent on 15th March, following an expedited […]

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

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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Influencing the Security Budget

Historically security managers have been marginalised from key decision-making roles in organisations but there is evidence this may be changing as security professionals are increasingly able to demonstrate that security is a business enabler. Perpetuity Research is seeking the views of security professionals, in order to better understand the obstacles faced by security managers/directors. We would welcome your insights.   […]

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Perpetuity Research Joins Movement to Shine a Spotlight on Fraud

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 […]

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New Research Launched – Security Managers in HM Prisons: Perspectives on Security Management

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 […]

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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 […]

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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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