Today we bring you details of BT Redcare’s new flexible contracts for CCTV transmission – a hot topic for installers and BT’s other customers.
There’s also the heartwarming story of Y3K’s success at IFSEC, adding over 100 new trade accounts since the show and its attendant marketing.
And US trade association NAPBS is forming a European group for pre-screening employees.
Tomorrow is Friday, which means it’s Songs About Security day. Don’t forget to visit I4S to find out just which music video has been spuriously reinterpreted as being about the security business. Can you guess which song it will be? I can.
Two other important things. Vote for the Security Manufacturer of the Year in the Security Excellence Awards.
And visit www.jobsforsecurity.com. It’s about jobs, and it’s about security, and when you put them both together, you get this exact website. It’s been scientifically proven.
Today we bring you some pretty cool pictures of JVC domes in action at the G8 summit held in Japan earlier this month. They were used for communication rather than out and out security purposes, but that’s close enough, right?
There’s also some details of the full judgement in the SIA’s right to prosecute case that we first mentioned last week.
And big network video player Axis has reported good results for the first six months of this year – that’s 2008, for anyone playing along at home.
Brian Sims’ SMT Editor’s View, published yesterday, has prompted a flurry of responses, particularly with regard to knife crime. Read the whole thing and let us know what you think.
The opportunity to express your interest in tendering for security work at the 2012 London Olympics is still available – the deadline is August 18.
And there are two things to remember: one is to vote for Security Manufacturer of the Year in the 2008 Security Excellence Awards; the other is to visit www.jobsforsecurity.com, because it’s jolly useful.
Today Brian Sims brings us his SMT Editor’s View, and he takes a close look at the UK’s knife crime problems as well as giving his take on CCTV Cities and police red tape.
We’ve also got the story of a major reduction in crime incidents in Johannesburg, South Africa.
And for all the fans of our semi-regular garden security stories, you’re in for a real treat – we’ve got the lowdown on barriers you can put plants in. Wow!
Of course, you’d be much happier, wiser, and potentially wealthier if you paid a visit to the most wonderful security jobs site there is: www.jobsforsecurity.com. It’s where all the really cool job seekers and employers hang out.
Today Brian Sims brings us the news of the SIA’s confirmed power to prosecute, and also details of Operation Relentless – the exhausting-sound name for its work with Derbyshire Police.
There’s also information on the new three megapixel 360 degree camera launched by Mobotix – and a camera designed to warn of fires; appropriate, perhaps, on the day the Grand Pier at Weston-super-Mare burned down.
Remember to keep your votes coming in for the Security Excellence Awards Manufacturer of the Year.
And go ahead and visit www.jobsforsecurity.com. I thoroughly recommend it.
Today Brian Sims brings us news of arrests as part of Operation Seahog, the ongoing crackdown on security businesses operating illegitimately.
And Alan Hyder plays matchmaker as he brings a CCTV questioner from Karachi together with our CCTV Doctor Jon Hill to answer a query about frame rates. Or was it images per second? Read the story for some clarity.
Don’t forget to vote in the Manufacturer of the Year category of the Security Excellence Awards 2008. It’s open to the public. So make your voice heard, and don’t let the thing be decided by hanging chads or anything of that nature.
And get yourself a job, or get someone into a job, by using www.jobsforsecurity.com. It’s a website about jobs. For security! That really is the truth.
Today there’s news of the first cash-in-transit criminal conviction using forensic technology SmartWater – a sign for the future? At the very least his mum’s not going to be happy when she sees that top.
And following the survey on travel security from Barclaycard earlier this month, the Anvil Group is advising business travellers to remain cautious and alert, especially when moving through airports. This, I’d imagine, is doubly true for representatives of UK Government agencies carrying laptops.
Don’t forget to get your vote in for Security Manufacturer of the Year, as part of the Security Excellence Awards 2008. Have your say – it’s people power at its absolute finest. It really is.
And if you’re in the mood for finding a new job, or a new employee, you could do a hell of a lot worse than heading over to www.jobsforsecurity.com. It’s our sister jobs site, and as the name suggests, the jobs are all security related. A nice idea, huh?