In July’s newsletter we share the announcement that our Chief Executive, Alan Clamp, is to step down in the autumn.
This month, you can read about the new partnership we’ve sealed with HMRC to tackle incidents of tax fraud in the private security industry. In other SIA news, we have written a blog reflecting on our Manchester open day.
For security businesses, we highlight the importance of cyber security and share guidance from GCHQ so you can stay ahead of any threats. We also remind you to nominate the women you work with for a ‘Women in Security’ award – deadline is Friday 10 August 2018.
In our public protection section we are inviting security operatives and businesses in Scotland to register to attend the ACT counter-terrorism events we are hosting with Police Scotland.
Read our enforcement update; our regional partnerships and interventions teams are on Twitter – follow them to find out about regional security news, campaigns and partnerships.
You can also read about one of our recent prosecutions; a door supervisor prosecuted for fraud and working without a licence is jailed for two years.
In our licensing matters section, our ‘Explaining the licensing process’ article is about how your criminal record can affect your licence application.