The NEW Security Institute Certificate in Security Management BTEC Level 3 goes live!

The Security Institute’s Certificate in Security Management BTEC Level 3 has been rewritten and updated to keep abreast of the latest developments in the security sector. With new modules such as ‘Risk, Crisis and Disaster Management’ and ‘Strategic Security’ the course will continue to assist up and coming Security Supervisors and Managers to keep abreast of modern Security Management whilst […]

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Crime Prevention through Housing Design – Rachel Armitage

The next book in Martin Gill’s Crime Prevention and Security Management series has now been published. This book reviews the impact of residential design on crime and considers the current, and historic, importance placed upon crime prevention within the planning system. Armitage provides a comprehensive review of policy and practice in planning crime prevention both nationally and internationally. Bridging the […]

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Home Office – Commercial Victimisation Survey

Martin Gill is on the advisory committee for the commercial victimisation survey, which has reported and indeed planning is underway for the next wave. The 2012 Commercial Victimisation Survey (CVS) is the first of a new series of Home Office surveys covering crime against businesses in England and Wales, focussing on business premises in four industry sectors: manufacturing, wholesale and […]

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Security Excellence Awards Finalist

The finalists have been announced for the Security Excellence Awards 2013. We are delighted to announce that Perpetuity Research have once again been selected as a finalist in the category of ‘Security Partnering Initiative’ of the Year. This is for our work on the Security Research Initiative (SRI) a three year programme of research with a separate study each year. Research […]

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We are moving the Security Strategy Toolkit

Since 2009 our popular Security Strategy Tookit has been accessible online as web-based toolkit. The toolkit was developed due to the finding that surprisingly few organisations have a security strategy in place – and even less have an effective strategy. This toolkit navigates the process, from strategic analysis and strategy development through to implementation and strategic review. It includes examples, […]

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Current issues in security: Manned Guarding

One of our latest Security Research Initiative (SRI) reports was recently referenced in an article for IFSEC Global on whether security guards are becoming unvalued. Our report ‘The Security Sector in Perspective’ looks at how those working in the security sector view it and looks at their perspectives on economic and regulatory changes. The article discussed the current problem of […]

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