Free Event: South East Business Crime Conference 2013

Free seminar to help local businesses improve security and tackle crime Tackling business crime and improving security for businesses based in the South East is the focus of a free half-day conference and exhibition being held at Brighton and Hove Football Club on 30th October 2013. Organised by the British Security Industry Association (BSIA) – the trade body representing the […]

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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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Bundled vs Single Service Security: A Discussion

This month we released a new report based on interviews with suppliers and procurers of security services that looks at the benefits and drawbacks of providing security as a ‘single service’ or as part of a ‘bundle’ alongside other facilities management services. The report identifies a range of drivers that determines success or failure in outsourcing arrangements. This includes: The […]

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The Police Foundation’s Annual Conference

The Police Foundation’s Annual Conference on “Policing organised crime – Changing landscape, changing practice” will be held on Tuesday 5 November 2013 at the BT Auditorium and Customer Showcase, London. Concern about serious organised crime, which is costly, harmful and widespread, is rising. The internet offers attractive new opportunities for committing crime, rising commodity prices and the increasing mobility of […]

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The role of leadership in promoting ethical police behaviour

Leadership is consistently identified as one of the most important aspects to maintaining police integrity and ensuring police professionalism. Identified weaknesses include lack of supervisory presence, superior officers not setting common standards, and supervisors willingly turning a blind eye to corrupt behaviour. Leadership principles from organisational psychology, such as transformational leadership and operant leadership offer guidance on effectively promoting ethical […]

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R£TAIL LOSS PREVENTION SUMMIT 2013

Tuesday 10th September 2013 The Cavendish Conference Centre, London WC1 A one-day conference Cost-effective loss prevention strategies and solutions – striking a balance between revenue maximisation and fraud loss exposure http://www.retail-loss-prevention-summit.co.uk/ Retailer delegate fee: £99 + vat Conference chaired by: Professor Martin Gill, Director, Perpetuity Research & Consultancy International (PRCI) Ltd Speakers CONFIRMED include: Ray Palmer, Head Of Asset Protection, […]

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