Rethinking the role of front-line security staff – an opportunity to present a new image?

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Date: Tue 3rd Nov 2020     Time: 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm

Members are invited to take part in this week’s Thought Leadership Webinar provided by Perpetuity Research / The OSPA’s  Register

Previous webinars have highlighted the distinct contribution of frontline security operatives. This is important because many people’s impressions of security generally is based on perceptions of the effectiveness of the frontline security role. In this webinar we will examine the changing nature of the frontline role, enhanced, as it has been, by a broader range of important new duties brought about by having to deal with Covid-19, and via engagement with a broader range of new technologies and the availability of more data. What has changed and what needs to be adjusted, for example education and training? And how might this lead to a change in perceptions. This webinar will discuss:

  • To what extent has the role of frontline security operatives changed for the better?
  • What needs to change now to enhance the role?
  • How can recent developments lead to a broader recognition of improvements and lead to a sustained enhancement of image?

Panellists:
Charles “Chuck” Andrews – Founder of Friends of Chuck (US)
Chris Middleton Dip ML – Security Director at ABM UK
Dr Peter Stiernstedt, CPP, CISM – Lecturer in Criminology at University of West London (UK)

Register here

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