- Security TWENTY
- Women in Security Awards
The British Security Industry Association (BSIA) has opened nominations for all categories of its annual security officer awards.
The winners will be named on Wednesday, July 10, at the Marriot Hotel, Grosvenor Square. The trade body says its British Security Awards will celebrate the achievements made by security officers and teams across the UK’s private security industry, as well as acknowledging innovations in technology and business and the contributions made by long-servers in the industry. The 2019 awards have 16 categories including: Security Personnel, Innovative Security Project, National and International Partnership, Entrepreneur of the Year, Business of the Year, Apprentice of the Year and Bravery.
Finalists of each category will go forward to the national stage on July 10. A round of regional winners runs before the finals for the Security Personnel Awards, winners of which will also go forward as finalists.
Simon Banks, Chairman of the BSIA, said: “The British Security Awards is the national event to recognise the talent and commitment of our industry’s finest. The scale of achievement from across each sector is quite remarkable and recognises acts of untold bravery, ingenuity in the application of new technology and successful delivery of projects by forward thinking self-starters.
“We are looking forward to rewarding these exemplars for the dedication to their chosen profession, and welcome stakeholders and colleagues from across the industry to share in this celebration of excellence.”
To enter one of the categories visit the British Security Awards website at www.britishsecurityawards.co.uk.
The British Security Awards is sponsored by Camberford Underwriting (Security Personnel), Securitas (International Partnership), the NSI (Apprentice of the Year) and SaferCash (Bravery).