April’s newsletter lets you know about online counter-terrorism training that has been developed by the National Counter Terrorism Security Office (NaCTSO).
This month, our enforcement update is the prosecution of a Bradford man who disappeared when asked to attend an SIA interview.
In our ‘Licensing Matters’ section, we explain why our licence conditions are important, and what changes you need to tell us about.
The nominations for the Women in Security Awards are now open. Why not nominate the women you work with and recognise the contribution they make to the private security industry.
Finally, the British Standards Institution (BSI) has issued a draft version of BS102000 – Code of practice for the provision of private investigations for public comment. Let them know your thoughts.