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NSI hails Women in Security Awards

by Mark Rowe

The National Security Inspectorate (NSI) has hailed last Thursday night’s 2023 Women in Security Awards at Shakespeare’s Underglobe Theatre on the South Bank in London. The event drew hundreds of women practitioners and leaders from the security sector.

Organised annually by Professional Security Magazine and patron Una Riley, the Women in Security Awards celebrate the achievements, contributions and remarkable accomplishments of women within the wider world of security. The National Security Inspectorate (NSI), the UK third party certification body for the security and fire safety sectors, was again proud to sponsor these awards and congratulates each of the winners and finalists who, in four of the five award categories, included representatives from five NSI approved companies:

Contribution to Industry
Sarah Jane Cork – City Group Security (Winner)

Julie Deeming – Westgrove Group (Winner)
Jade Dyer – G4S (Finalist)

Security Manager
Danni Kearney – Securigroup (Finalist)

Business Manager
Sarah Griffin – Unitrust Protection Services (Finalist)

Congratulations also go to Baroness Ruth Henig CBE who was presented with the Special Recognition Award for her contribution to the security industry while and since chair of the regulator, the Security Industry Authority.

Richard Fogelman NSI Chief Executive said: “We were delighted to continue our sponsorship and support of the Women in Security Awards. It is a rare occasion for women in our industry to come together, foster connections and be recognised for the significant impact they have in safeguarding people, property and assets.

“We extend our warmest congratulations to this year’s winners and finalists, who serve as a source of inspiration for both current professionals in the field and those aspiring to embark on a long and fulfilling career in an industry rich with opportunities.”

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