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The Security Institute plans to set up a framework of best practice working groups across a range of specialist security disciplines.

One of the primary outputs of each working group will be the production of a SyI guideline, which will be an amalgam of the expertise represented in each working group. Possible topics for specialist working groups are: <br><br>· CCTV <br><br>· The Corporate Response to Terrorism <br><br>· TSCM <br><br>· Law (Criminal, contract, employment) <br><br>· Security Risk Assessment <br><br>· Physical Security <br><br>· Background Screening <br><br>· Hiring Contract Security <br><br>· Crisis Management <br><br>· BCM <br><br>· Maritime Security <br><br>· Aviation Security.<br><br>Where relevant, individual working groups will link up with any national standards development or other lead bodies for their particular areas of specialism. <br><br>The first step is to identify subjects and working group leaders. If you have a particular area of expertise and are willing to collaborate with like-minded colleagues on the development of best practice and production of a guideline, send David Cresswell an email detailing your experience and qualifications in that area, and whether you would like to be a working group member or leader. <br><br>Email address – [email protected] <br><br>An inaugural coordination meeting of volunteer leaders is proposed on Wednesday 24 Jun at SyI HQ, Nuneaton. <br><br>A note of caution – don’t underestimate the commitment, and don’t volunteer unless you are certain that you will be able to devote the time to writing best practice.

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