Directions: Throgmorton Avenue, London EC2N 2DQ
Directions: Throgmorton Avenue, London EC2N 2JJ
Tue17Jun2014Tallow Chandlers' Hall
Directions: 4 Dowgate Hill, London, EC4R 2SH
Superintendent Norma Collicott of the City of London Police will present on the changing Night-time Economy and the link between the changes in anti-social behaviour and violent crime. She will also outline the current Policing response and the introduction in October (subject to Court of Common Council approval) of the late night levy in the City.
Tue17Jun2014Thu19Jun201410:00 amExCel, London
City of London Crime Prevention Association, together with City Security magazine, will have a stand at this year's IFSEC International, 17 - 19 June at ExCel. Come and meet us at stand B1920.
IFSEC International say "Discover the latest security expertise, insight and innovation over 3 days at IFSEC International. With education sessions pertinent to the industry in the IFSEC Academy and leading solutions from key players, IFSEC attracts a global audience keen to discover what's in store for the future of security."
To register for this event, go to ifsec.co.uk/city
Mon14Jul2014Tue15Jul2014Queen Elizabeth Conference Centre
After successfully delivering two Securing Asia summits, in 2014, Africa will be an integral part of the summit, opening a forum for Asia, Africa and the West to engage and explore strategic business collaborations. Securing Asia & Africa 2014, will cover over 100 countries, the fastest growing economies that IMF predicts will remain so in the coming years.
Over the course of two days, the Summit will encompass a conference, an exhibition, business meetings, networking opportunities and access to specialised concierge and business facilitation services.
The sectors focus for 2014:
- Transport Security covering Aviation, surface and maritime
- Critical Infrastructure Protection of Assets in Energy, Oil & Gas, and Minerals
- Cyber Security & Forensics
- IED Detection, Demining and Counter Measures
- Screening, Scanning and Detection related to Counterterrorism and Narcotics
- Training and Modernisation in Homeland Security and Defence
Directions: Dunster Court, Mincing Lane, London EC3R 7AH
The presentation will encompass recommendations (and some examples of why it should be done) around pre-employment and ongoing screening including identity authentication. It is well documented that internal fraud, of whatever type, is a major issue and contributes a high percentage of Economic Crime.
The inaugural UK Joint Security Associations’ annual fundraising event will be held in London on Tuesday 30th September. It is hoped the event will raise in excess of £40,000, which will be divided between St Giles Trust and PTSD Resolution.
Proving skills and employment support for ex-offenders, St Giles Trust has already helped over 16,000 clients across the country. Working in prisons and the community, they aim to enable people to live independent lives, with advice and support around housing, employment and relationships.
PTSD Resolution provide counselling services for the UK Armed Forces, TA and Regular Reserves, and their dependents, to relieve mental health problems. The PTSD Resolution Outreach programme has over 200 counsellors trained in trauma focussed cognitive behaviour therapy and provides a contact point for anyone requiring counselling.
The ticket price of £100 includes three-course dinner and one entry to the £20 ticket prize raffle, with guest speaker Lord Carlile of Berriew CBE, QC.
The joint security associations responsible for organising this event include the City of London Crime Prevention Association, The Security Institute, ASIS International IPSA and ADS Group Limited. To secure your place, please go to: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/thejointsecurityassociationsfundraisingevent2014tickets11414066781
Tue14Oct20146:30 pmThe Grange City Hotel, Coopers Row, EC3N 2BQ.
The CSSC Annual Charity Celebration Dinner. Reception: 6.30pm. Dinner: 7.0pm Carriages: 11pm Dress: Black tie
Cost £85 (inc Vat) per person. £850 for a full table of ten.
This includes a three course dinner with wine, cheese and coffee.
Details of special guests and speakers will be announced nearer the time.
Corporate bookings for tables of ten are welcome.
We hope that you can join our charity celebration dinner.
Please note this event in your diaries, and advise Irona Wilson or the CSSC Hub team if you wish to reserve an individual seat, or a full or part table.
Cheques should be made payable to ‘CSSC’ or credit card payments through the charity secretary Irona Wilson.
Directions: London Bridge, London EC4R 9EL
Our speaker, Simon Lewis, Head of UK Emergency Planning & Response at the British Red Cross will present on the capacity and capability of the British Red Cross. This will cover what they do in the UK, day in, and day out, plus what they are capable of providing across the UK in an emergency. He will also discuss how they link to the global Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement.
As part of the measures being launched in response to the increased threat, the National Counter Terrorism Awareness Week of action will take place 24-30 November. Further details will be posted as they become available.