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Now on desks, the February 2018 print issue of Professional Security magazine brings you a four-page report on visitor screening and other security at The O2, the premier London music and sport arena, with restaurants and other allied attractions. The site and the Greenwich peninsula have changed somewhat since Professional Security featured what was then the Millennium Dome (remember that?!) in our May 2000 issue – and so have the security and terror threats.
As ever, we seek to bring something newsy for everyone interested in UK and Ireland private security, whether you’re a security manager, an installer of security products, or a specifier or consultant, or someone in related occupations who wants to keep up with the sector. Hence we feature the luxury market – catering for VIPs whether in hotels or for their children in boarding schools, or when requiring close protection.
We round off our five-part series on the V Festival, the open-air long-weekend pop music event that we visited on the Shropshire-Staffordshire border last summer to see the stewarding and event security operation by Showsec. We take a look this month (and next) at the night-time economy; and whether and how fake news matters for the IT or general security manager.
As ever we have four pages of new products, Roy Cooper’s gossip, and an interview by Una Riley, this time visiting the guarding company MD Paul Evans. We feature manned guarding, networks and cyber, and continue a look at protection against drones.
You can read past issues of the magazine going back a couple of years on the ‘magazine’ section of the website. Roy and Una and other regulars have their articles on the ‘blogs‘ part of the website.