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The Security Industry Authority endorses the Register of Chartered Security Professionals

The Security Industry Authority (SIA), the government regulator of the private security industry in the UK, has formerly endorsed the Register of Chartered Security Professionals. The Register was established under Royal Charter issued to the Worshipful Company of Security Professionals in the UK.  Admission to the Register signifies the highest standards and ongoing proficiency in security practice.  Alan Clamp, Chief Executive of the SIA said: “The Register of Chartered Securi...

Security Institute appoints David Rubens CSyP and Michael White as board members

Rubens and White will be working closely alongside Garry Evanson and David Thorp to help them achieve their goals David Rubens CSyP and Michael White have been appointed board members of the Security Institute. Security Institute Chairman Garry Evanson CSyP said, "We have some demanding targets for this year and there's a lot to be achieved so I'm delighted to be welcoming two experienced and capable individuals onto the team. They will be working closely alongside m...

The Security Institute organises event on behalf of The Register of Chartered Security Professionals at the House of Commons

The Register of Chartered Security Professionals gathered to celebrate continuing success of the organisation The Security Institute, the UK’s largest membership body for security professionals is pleased to report that following last year’s sell out event at the House of Lords, The Register of Chartered Security Professionals once again gathered to celebrate the continuing growth and success of the organisation. This year’s event was held at the House of Com...

Security Alliance stands as one to work with the Government to form new regulations

The Security Alliance will now hold discussions with the Government and the SIAThe Government's announcement on 14 October that there will be a phased transition to a new regulatory system was given a cautious welcome by the Security Alliance on 15 October. Since then, the stakeholders in industry who formed that Alliance have met and agreed that they will act in a transparent and consensual way to reflect the security industry's views as a single voice and will work with central and devolved go...