- Security TWENTY
- Women in Security
Tuesday, February 3, is the date and Nottingham the venue for ST15 Midlands, the first free to attend event in the Security TWENTY 15 series. The venue and time of year are the same as 2014, pictured: the University of Nottingham conference centre.
Speakers for the morning conference, which begins at 9.30am, are: Mark Babington, the CCTV control room manager at the Birmingham-based public transport operators Centro; Mike White, chairman of IPSA and David Thorp, MD of The Security Institute; Simon Gordon, of the online reporting software Facewatch; and Simon Banks, NSI director.
As in previous years, the event is for installers, security managers and consultants and specifiers, anyone in fact to do with UK private security. You can turn up from 8.30am to register and enjoy a free bacon butty, do the rounds of the exhibition alongside the seminar, and be away and begin your working day – something new for 2015. As ever, there’s free tea and coffee at the mid-morning conference break, and a free buffet lunch.
The conference is sponsored by the distributor Y3K, the Monday night networking dinner by Canon, and the lanyards and bags for visitors by the distributor Anixter. To register (just so we know how many are expected to attend, so we can tell the caterers) click this link.
To learn more, contact the event organiser Liz Lloyd; email firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are staying at the university campus, or just visiting and curious, here is the most recent annual report by the university’s security department, led by Gary Stevens, security manager. And if you are arriving by car and parking, you will be glad to know from Gary: “Theft of motor vehicles on our campuses is not an issue at present with only two reported crimes this year [2013-4] and one in each of the four previous years.”