Security Services

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Business security and modern slavery risks
11:30 - 12:00
Session
Director of Strategy
Gangmasters and Labour Abuse Authority

The session will explain the current legislation, role of the GLAA and its powers, prevention, signs of exploitation, business and security professionals, capable guardians, and impacts for business where modern slavery risks are not prevented.

Learning outcomes include:

  • Understand what modern slavery in the context of labour exploitation is
  • The need to assess risks in supply chains, to show due diligence in action and to report processes in the modern slavery statement
  • Where and to who do you report concerns

 

Document Awareness: How the National Counter Terrorism Security Office can help you recognise signs of document abuse
12:00 - 12:30
Session
Document Examiner
National Counter Terrorism Security Office (NaCTSO)

In response to evolving terrorist methodology the National Counter Terrorism Security Office (NaCTSO) has developed the NaCTSO Document Awareness Workshop to strengthen identity document knowledge in HR and recruitment departments of vulnerable companies. The "Do you know who you are employing?" workshop is a free to attend document awareness workshop for vulnerable companies. This session outlines the programme.

Learning outcomes include:

  • What is the NaCTSO Document Awareness Workshop
  • Why attend
  • How to recognise signs of ID Document abuse
Lessons learned in introducing and evaluating body worn cameras
13:30 - 14:00
Session
Principal Lecturer in Criminal Justice and Comparative Research
University of Portsmouth

Body worn video cameras have been extensively used, and evaluated, in policing and are now being used in healthcare settings. Many of the lessons learned in these environments are applicable in the security arena, from implementation and roll out, through key issues for use in training, to data capture and evaluation.

Learning outcomes include

  • Understand the current findings on the challenges and decisions required in introducing body worn cameras into security settings
  • Understand the relationship between technological and human factors, including leadership
  • Awareness of the need to specify a clear aim
  • Awareness of how to organise data capture in order to measure success of body camera application 
What's new in 2019 for the Approved Contractor Scheme (ACS)?
14:00 - 14:30
Session
Quality and Risk Manager
Security Industry Authority

The SIA will be presenting an overview of the changes to the approved contractor scheme for 2019.  The changes include those to the ACS standard, the workbook, the ACS eligibility criteria and conditions all of which will be in place from 1st April 2019. 

Learning outcomes include:

  • Understanding the changes to the ACS workbook and  the new eligibility criteria and approval conditions
  • Evaluating what this means for your assessment.
  • Identifying any action you need to take to ensure you will meet the new requirements from 1st April 2019
Owning your space: Project Servator and Unpredictability Strategies
14:30 - 15:00
Session

With the threat of terrorist activity in the UK being an enduring one, it is important to continue to build on the Communities defeat terrorism mantra by engaging and sharing information with a larger audience. David will talk about Project Servator and the importance of unpredictability strategies.

Learning outcomes include the importance of reporting suspicious behaviour, the impact of doing so and simple steps to reduce vulnerability.