01, Mar, 2024

The Foundation Hosts City Security Council At The VRU Session

City Security Council Joins London Irish Foundation to Promote Women's Opportunities in the Security Sector

The City Security Council recently worked with the London Irish Foundation, marking a significant step towards advocating for improved security measures and increased job opportunities for women in the security industry. With a robust membership of over 35 members representing ACS-approved contractors under the Security Industry Authority scheme, the City Security Council is well-positioned to drive positive change and create a more inclusive and diverse security sector.

One of the key objectives of this collaboration is to highlight the importance of security in today's society and raise awareness about the significant role that women can play in this field. Traditionally considered a male-dominated industry, the security sector offers many exceptional job opportunities for women, from front-line security personnel to leadership positions in security management.

By working with the London Irish Foundation, the City Security Council aims to nurture a supportive environment that encourages women to pursue careers in security. Through various initiatives, such as workshops, training programs, and mentorship opportunities, the council seeks to empower women to excel in this dynamic and rewarding industry.

By being part of the ACS-approved contractor network, the City Security Council ensures its members uphold the highest standards of professionalism, competence, and integrity in delivering security services. This certification not only enhances the credibility of its members but also instils confidence in clients who rely on their services for safeguarding their assets and ensuring public safety.

We can expect to see a positive impact on the security sector, with more women actively participating and excelling in various roles. By promoting gender diversity and inclusivity, both organisations are paving the way for a more vibrant and resilient security industry that reflects the values of equality and opportunity for all.

With International Women’s Day next week, the collaboration between the City Security Council and the London Irish Foundation signifies a shared commitment to championing women's empowerment and advancing the security sector towards a more progressive and inclusive future. Together, they are reshaping the security landscape and paving the way for women to thrive in this vital industry.

Lampton School's Mr Smale said:

"After a fantastic session with The London Irish Foundation, I spoke to a number of  attending Lampton pupils and several girls stated, they would now consider a career in security"

We at the Foundation very much look forward to continuing our work with Sarah Cork and the City Security Council.

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