Last Thursday witnessed the Security Industry Authority’s latest (and extremely informative) Stakeholder Conference.
At conference, there were speeches from Lord Taylor of Holbeach and the Regulator’s chairman Ruth Henig, who spoke in the wake of a controversial Home Office decision which will see the Baroness leaving the SIA come January.
The Police and Crime Commissioner elections take place on 15 November, of course, and you can now view the candidate listings online before making your choices.
Last, but by no means least, there’s the fantastic news announced by the organisers of this year’s 100 in 100 campaign to drive new apprenticeships across the security sector.
The 2012 SIA Stakeholder Conference featured presentations from key individuals and a panel discussion involving members of the Board
CBI deputy director-general tells business leaders of the challenges faced by companies and Trade Unions in the modern workplace
Brian Sims talks to Simon Pears about the security solutions market, diversity and the future of law enforcement
Video Surveillance as a Service (VSaaS) must provide ‘more for less’ in order to grow the sector, according to IMS Research
Can you afford to ignore the lure of social networking? Ken Livingstone and Amy Burrell explain why sites like LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter are now a vital element in today’s education and business landscapes
Cyber security agency calls for an increase in public-private co-operation to tackle cybercrime
Brian Sims chats with Pilgrims Group’s managing director Bill Freear about recent developments in the security marketplace
Crimestoppers, Facewatch and ACPO agree to share technology and improve the tools available for crime reduction
The first international standard to provide guidance for businesses on protecting their products from counterfeiters is available
MITIE secures a contract to provide integrated FM for BSkyB, the UK’s largest entertainment and home communications company
Until next time