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Awards for Security Institute women

The Security Institute : 22 September, 2015  (Company News)
Three high profile members of the security institute have been nominated for the Women in Security awards with past chairman Emma Shaw winning it
Awards for Security Institute women

The Security Institute was able to claim three candidates nominated for the prestigious Security Industry Award at this year's Women in Security Awards which were presented during the IPSA Chairman's Dinner in London on Thursday evening.

The award was won by Emma Shaw CSyP, immediate past Chairman for her initiative and vision in developing the Institute's Manifesto for Professional Security. Among a number of suggestions for improved collaboration by organisations across the sector was that there should be created a Security Commonwealth which would act as a rallying point for all the various groups to develop and speak with a single voice on the main issues affecting the industry and profession. This Commonwealth has now been formed and is beginning to work on establishing itself as a potent force within the sector.

Also nominated were Security Institute Vice Chairman, Dr Alison Wakefield, of The University of Portsmouth for her inspirational work in encouraging high calibre entrants into the profession and Lynn Watts-Plumpkin of IQ Verify for the major role she has played in shaping standards within the security industry. Lynn is Chairman of the Security Institute's Standards Committee.

Praising the contribution made by all three nominees, Institute Chairman Garry Evanson CSyP said "It is fantastic that three out of four of the nominees for this award play a prominent role in the activities of the Security Institute as members, as officers or as active participants in our key activities. We have always set out to promote security as an excellent career for women and the Women in Security Awards - which we will be hosting in 2016 - open an excellent window into the many ways in which women are active across the sector"

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