- Security TWENTY
- Women in Security
It’s set in a new (to ST) and central location; the Principal Hotel in Manchester on Tuesday, July 2; over the road from Oxford Road railway station, and an NCP car park is a short walk away in Whitworth Street. As ever, the conference will bring together security industry speakers while it’s supported by an exhibition of products and services. Doors open by 8.30am allowing access to the exhibition with the conference running between 10am and 1.30pm. The exhibition will close by 4pm.
For more information visit https://www.professionalsecurity.co.uk/security-events-and-conferences/security-twenty-home/.
Most importantly if you register in advance and whether you are an installer, an end user, specifier or a consultant, or someone to do with private security, in the police or the armed forces, a buyer of security services or someone interested in getting or staying updated on the sector, you will be able to attend for free; and there is such a thing as a free lunch, for you get a hot buffet lunch, besides mid-morning tea and biscuits, and bacon butties if you are the bacon butty type and arrive early enough for them (around 8.45am).
Register here: https://www.professionalsecurity.co.uk/security-twenty-register/. Or email ST organiser Liz Lloyd at firstname.lastname@example.org. While you can turn up on the day, we do ask you register beforehand, to help us gauge numbers for catering.
As at the previous ST19, in Glasgow (pictured), speakers invited have a local campus flavour; including Trevor Jones, head of security at the University of Salford. For the full list of exhibitors see the ST part of the magazine website.
About Arc Monitoring
Bristol-based Arc Monitoring will be showing its CCTV and alarm monitoring services. Set up in 1999, Arc Monitoring is an NSI Gold Approved CCTV Monitoring and Alarm Receiving Centre (ARC), that’s working with Installers across the UK. It has BS5979 and BS8418 compliance. Visit: www.arcmon.com.