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NSI Summit

The National Security Inspectorate (NSI) is again running the NSI Summit; on Thursday, March 22 at the same venue: Vox Conference Centre by the Birmingham NEC. NSI approved companies are now invited to book to attend. The Summit is now in its fifth year. The 2018 Summit theme, ‘Strengthening Partnerships’, marks the success of the contribution of private public sector partnership in delivering security over many years and asks how forging even closer working partnerships can build on this.

This one day event offers an opportunity for NSI approved companies to meet and update on industry developments, learn about the latest in the electronic security, guarding and fire safety sectors and benefit from exclusive offers. Suppliers and technology companies will be exhibiting.

The conference has three concurrent content streams. The sessions will include a focus on sectors that have particular security systems, guarding and fire safety challenges such as retail and further education, as well as specific sessions for case study examples of how the private sector is increasingly working closely with law enforcement. Attendees can ask about specific standards-related updates and meet NSI’s technical staffers.

Richard Jenkins, NSI Chief Executive, is pictured speaking at last March’s event. He says: “The Summit is a valuable and enjoyable opportunity for NSI approved companies to keep up to date with the latest thinking and innovations in our fast-changing sectors. This year we are extending a personal invitation to individuals from the guarding services and fire safety sectors as we broaden the content of the event to include all NSI approved companies and industry stakeholders. Our aim is to deliver an enriching experience for all delegates, whatever their areas of expertise and interest. We are delighted to be returning to the Vox, an easy to reach, modern venue ideally suited to our delegates, exhibitors, sponsors and speakers.”

NSI approved companies can find out more and register at


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