Reducing the impact of serious organised crime in local communities 

A new project  Perpetuity Research and The Police Foundation are running a two year project which will focus on helping the police and their partners to work towards identifying strategies to reduce the impact of serious organised crime in local communities. Bridging the knowledge gap As volume crime continues to fall, concern about serious organised crime, which is costly, harmful and widespread, is rising. Organised crime […]

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Child Rights: Impact of Legal Aid Changes

This Child Rights Impact Assessment examines the impact on the rights of children and young people within the remit of the Children’s Commissioner of changes to civil and prison law Legal Aid since April 2013. This study is a rapid evidence assessment to systematically review relevant literature and data available. This initial review has helped identify early indicators of impact on […]

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Aspiring to Excellence: The Case of Security Suppliers and Corporate Security

What are the most important characteristics of an excellent corporate security department? What makes an excellent security supplier? Our latest Security Research Initiative report explores the characteristics needed to achieve outstanding performance as rated by both corporate security personnel and security suppliers. Views were also garnered on whether in practice excellence in security is actually being achieved. While overall the […]

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Corporate Security Organisational Structure, Cost of Services and Staffing Benchmark

An update to the most comprehensive security and risk management benchmark in the security industry is now being conducted by the Security Executive Council’s Security Leadership Research Institute. This year the benchmark will be focusing on security budgets and staffing. There is no cost to participate and the resulting in-depth analysis and report will only be made available to those […]

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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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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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