Written on March 15, 2013
Manchester’s annual security event is set to return to The Bridgewater Hall next week, and delegate places are still available to book, free of charge.
Organised by the British Security Industry Association – the trade association representing the UK’s private security industry – in partnership with Greater Manchester Police and Manchester City Centre Crime Prevention Panel, the event aims to explore new and innovative methods of providing business security and community safety.
Themed as ‘Manchester 2013: Securing the Future’, the event aims to educate and inform local businesses from across the North West, bringing them together with local Police forces to facilitate discussion of the security challenges faced by the region, and the solutions on hand to combat such issues as crime and anti-social behaviour.
Free to attend for delegates, the event will take place on Wednesday 20th March 2013 at The Bridgewater Hall in Manchester city centre, and welcomes back popular speakers from last year, as well as some new faces, including Deputy Chief Constable, Ian Hopkins, who will formally open the event.
Returning to the event in 2013 is Superintendent Stuart Ellison of Greater Manchester Police, whose presentation on Manchester’s night-time economy proved popular in 2012. This year, he will be speaking on the subject of integrated partnership working, and what this means for policing Manchester’s busy city centre.
Also speaking at this year’s event will be Chief Superintendent John O’Hare, whose presentation will focus on policing a major event, with a specific emphasis on the recent TUC march.
In addition to the informative conference programme, the event will include a comprehensive exhibition, enabling delegates to see first-hand the innovative range of products and services to delegates from a range of end-user businesses.
Local business representatives can find out more details and book their place at this year’s event via the BSIA’s website.
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