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The London-based private security company, Ultimate Security Services, is now part of the Security Research Initiative (SRI).
Supported by the industry bodies the Security Institute and ASIS International (UK Chapter), the SRI, part of Perpetuity Research, is a rolling three-year research programme, which launches a new study every year.
Director of Perpetuity Research and Consultancy International, Prof Martin Gill, said: “Perpetuity Research is delighted to welcome Ultimate Security Services to the Security Research Initiative. The SRI is geared to developing new insights and knowledge via an annual study. Ultimate is showing its commitment to thought leadership and I am very pleased that the company is on board.”
Paul Harvey, pictured, board director, Ultimate Security Services, said: “Ultimate Security Services is a natural partner for the SRI and is proud to support high quality and relevant research that will not only help the company deliver a greater service to its clients, but will also advance the standards and credibility of the sector nationally.”
About the SRI
The SRI’s projects are designed to develop knowledge and insights on key security issues and to generate practical tools and recommendations that develop the sector’s capabilities and potential as a partner of choice. Previous SRI studies include investigations into cyber crime, and the opportunities for partnership between the police and the private security industry. Two other projects have resulted in the production of toolkits to help companies of all kinds to develop effective security strategies and to manage security procurement. The current topic: the strategy for change in the sector in a rapidly changing security landscape.