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Major security institutes take decision on merger.

The Security Institute : 12 December, 2007  (Company News)
Professionalism in the security industry is the ultimate aim of the two main institutions relating to the industry as a result of their decision to join forces.
A new force in the professionalisation of security in the UK will emerge as a result of a decision taken today by members of the Security Institute and The International Institute of Security. From 1 January 2008, the two organisations will merge under the title of The Security Institute, thus bringing together the membership and infrastructure of these two pre-eminent security organisations.

The merger will be marked by the launch of a number of new initiatives, including the establishment of an Academic Board to work towards the further incorporation of academic standards into the national professional security life. At the same time, the synergies that will result from the merger will give a powerful boost to the Security Institute's drive towards a petition for chartered status, and the creation of a chartered designation for security professionals.

Commenting on the merger, Security Institute Chairman Bill Wyllie said: 'This is an historic and exciting development in the drive for professional standards and recognition in the business of security. The Security Institute will continue to work with government, national agencies, the business sector, other professional organisations and people across society, in order to deliver the highest standards of professional competence and integrity.'
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