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Corps Security Press Releases

Corps Security produces regular press releases to communicate its activities, achievements, news and views to its customers, employees and the wider security industry.

Here are the latest press releases from Corps Security:

  • Corps Security tackles the subject of organisational resilience at its forthcoming Breakfast Briefing

    9 May, 2016

    Building on the success of its previous events, Corps Security, the leading provider of specialist security services, has announced that at its next Breakfast Briefing experts will examine the subject of organisational resilience. The ‘Resilience Against Terrorism and Organised Crime’ event will take place on 9th June between 8.15am-10.30am at Corps Security’s headquarters in Cowcross Street, London.

  • CORPS SECURITY APPEALS FOR POPPY DAY

    11 November, 2015

    Representatives of security specialist, Corps Security, have been collecting money up and down the country for the Royal British Legion this year.

  • Clarence Hyman of Corps Security takes national title at the BSIA Security Personnel Awards 2015

    18 August, 2015

    Corps Security, the leading provider of specialist security solutions, is celebrating after one of its officers – 35 year-old Clarence Hyman - was named as a winner at the British Security Industry Association’s (BSIA) National Security Personnel Awards 2015.

  • Corps Security is once again contracted to provide manned guarding for the Ministry of Defence

    3 August, 2015

    Corps Security, the leading provider of specialist security services, is celebrating after having its contract for civilian manned guarding and CCTV monitoring at a number of military bases renewed. In what was a highly competitive tender involving some of the UK’s major security providers, Ministry of Defence (MoD) HOCS Commercial will continue to work with Corps Security for the next three years, with an option to extend this for a further two.

  • Corps Security’s Dan Potter is summit else when it comes to fundraising

    26 June, 2015

    On the morning of Saturday 20th June, Dan Potter of Corps Security, the leading provider of specialist security services, set his sights on reaching the top of Snowdon, the highest mountain in Wales, to raise money for the Birmingham Children’s Hospital’s Magnolia House Appeal. Six and a half hours later, Potter and his fellow climbers celebrated having ascended and descended the 1,085m high elevation.

  • Corps Security celebrates another highly successful financial year

    12 June, 2015

    Corps Security, the leading provider of specialist security services, is celebrating another highly successful financial year, which saw it increase its customer contract base by 25 per cent. As well as achieving a number of prestigious new account wins, the company also maintained its exceptional contract retention rates, with 94 per cent of all contracts retained with only building closures accounting for the remaining 6%.

  • Corps Security meets The Open University challenge

    27 April, 2015

    The Open University (OU) is the largest academic institution in the UK and a world leader in flexible distance learning. Since it began in 1969, the OU has taught more than 1.8 million students and has almost 200,000 current students, including more than 15,000 overseas.

  • Corps Security’s Salman Shamim gets hot under the collar for the Gurkha Welfare Trust

    27 April, 2015

    Salman Shamim, Key Account Manager at Corps Security, the leading provider of specialist security solutions, is currently pounding the pavements as he prepares to run the Leeds Half Marathon, which takes place on 10th May, to raise much needed funds for the Gurkha Welfare Trust.

  • Corps Security’s Clarence Hyman wins BSIA Regional Security Personnel Award for Best Newcomer

    1 April, 2015

    Corps Security, the leading provider of specialist security solutions, is celebrating after one of its officers was named as a winner in the British Security Industry Association’s (BSIA) Regional Security Personnel Awards 2015. 35-year-old Clarence Hyman emerged victorious as Best Newcomer in the London regional heat and is now in contention for the national award, which will be presented at the BSIA’s Annual Lunch on 15th July.

  • Best Security Company Finalists at the 2015 Event Production Awards

    17 February, 2015

    Corps Security already has a reason to celebrate in 2015, following the announcement that we have been successfully selected as a finalist for the 2015 Event Production Awards.

  • Corps Security Appoints Director For Its Monitoring Centre

    21 January, 2015

    Corps Security is pleased to announce the appointment of Ralph Davies as Business Development Director for its Corps Monitoring business. He will be responsible for developing and implementing a strategic growth plan, increasing revenue and adopting a new market approach for its electronic security services division.

  • Specialist security services provider, Corps Security, triumphs at 2 award ceremonies in 1 day!

    1 December, 2014

    The 27th of November could certainly be deemed a success in the Corps Security calendar as it scooped two top awards in two prestigious award ceremonies simultaneously.

  • Corps Security applies its winning formula to Glasgow 2014

    5 November, 2014

    The XX Commonwealth Games took place in Glasgow during summer 2014 and was considered a resounding success, with over 4,500 athletes and around one million spectators converging on the city to experience one of the world’s most revered and respected sporting competitions. The events were also avidly viewed on TV and the Internet, with an estimated global audience of 1.5 billion people tuning in.

  • Rise in international terrorist threat means companies must take action now, warns head of Corps Security

    11 September, 2014

    In his latest blog, Peter Webster, chief executive of Corps Security, has issued a stark warning to organisations that the increased likelihood of a terrorist attack means they must recognise the threat, take it seriously and do everything possible to minimise the danger to people, property and assets. His comments come after the home secretary, Theresa May, recently announced that the UK’s terror threat level has been raised from ‘substantial’ to ‘severe’ in response to conflicts in Iraq and Syria.

  • Corps Employees Raise £2,100 During Gruelling 24-Hour Rowathon

    30 July, 2014

    Several Corps Security personnel recently raised over £2100 for a number of charities during a 24-hour rowathon.

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