What were the reasons behind the shift from “bouncer” to “door supervisor”

The term bouncer has been around for a long time, but the idea of "bouncers" as we know them today really took off in the 1970s. The word originally meant someone who... Read more »

Audax® wins key project with Mitie for prestigious JLL managed Regent Street development with next generation Bio-AX® body worn video

Audax is proud to announce it has secured the provision of a significant number of their latest body worn video cameras, Bio-AX®, for Mitie Security’s frontline security team in Regent Street. Owned... Read more »

Corps Security introduces VR training for security officers

Corps Security has partnered with tech company MoonHub to deliver virtual reality training to its security officers at two key London sites. More than 70 officers at BNP Paribas and the Royal... Read more »

Watchtower Security Solutions Achieves Gold with Constructionline

International mobile CCTV tower specialists, Watchtower Security Solutions, has achieved Gold Membership status with Constructionline, the UK’s leading procurement and supply chain management service. Read more »

Concourse Shopping Centre security officers praised after saving a person’s life using defibrillator

Two members of the security team at the Concourse Shopping Centre in Skelmersdale have been praised, after using their first aid training to help save a member of the public’s life.   ... Read more »

Stories you couldn’t make up continued-an example of someone who should not be working in the security industry

This happened a few years ago – passage of time has not dimmed my memory! Read more »

Stories that you couldn’t make up!

Several years ago I went to meet a friend at the office building that they worked in. I got there at about 1930hrs. Although I wasn’t in a uniformed position at the... Read more »

The direction a conversation takes is often dictated by how it starts

Over the years I’ve seen a lot of heated discussions between colleagues in the security industry and people that they interact with. Read more »