Daily Archives: 12 August, 2008

Premier League bashing, and help for police

Today SMT’s venerable editor Brian Sims kicks off with his strident views on security at Premier League football matches. He also continues getting stuck into knife crime. You won’t know what everyone else is talking about unless you read it.

And Security Installer editor Alan Hyder reports on new software designed to allow police to gain access to evidence more quickly.

Did you miss out on the news that Michael Jackson is working for Salto? He is.

You’ve got until the end of this week to get your vote in for Security Manufacturer of the Year at the 2008 Security Excellence Awards. Cheer on your favourite as they battle it out in this intriguing contest.

Then go and visit www.jobsforsecurity.com. It’s a website, right, with jobs in security and information about getting jobs in security. How delightful.

Finally, if you’re in Scotland’s famous Edinburgh this week, go and see my friend Tim Minchin’s comedy and piano-playing show. It’s good, I promise you.

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