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Now on desks is the January 2017 print issue of Professional Security magazine.
We’ve got a London feel to this month’s magazine; we bring you the three 2016 hotel security officer of the year winners, from The Ritz Hotel on Piccadilly; and how private security guardforces are at work in the public realm in the centre of London.
We report from the recent UK Security Expo at London Olympia, on drones and other security matters at a port; the latest on the railway policing side of Project Servator; how theme parks are secured discreetly while they retain the entertainment experience; regulation of airport security; more on stadium security, following the interview at Norwich FC in the December 2016 print issue; and how the Government’s new proposed apprenticeship scheme isn’t felt to be a good thing for the event stewarding sector.
Plus our regular contributor Una Riley, who sees in the new year for us from Scotland; four pages of new products and services; four pages of ‘spending the budget'; and pages for and about installers, and networked and IP security; and the book review page.
Plus fraud prevention in the charity sector; museum security; and Professional Security MD Roy Cooper’s gossip.
To view online, visit the ‘magazine’ section of the website: http://www.professionalsecurity.co.uk/online-magazine/24-12-16/27-01/.
A reminder that the first Security TWENTY event of 2017 runs at Nottingham on Thursday, February 9.