Founder John Harvey has returned to the helm at The Protector Group as Chief Executive 20 years after he launched the business – and in time to oversee its successful work at the recent Commonwealth Games.
The Gateshead Company’s significant contract to secure three separate Glasgow venues, follows its successful operation to secure equestrian events at the London 2012 Olympics.
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Only choose the best in the Industry, The Protector Group is a member of the SIA Approved Contractor Scheme (ACS) and this sends a strong message to buyers of Security. The SIA has produced a download which explains the benefits of engaging an SIA Approved Contractor and this is available here.
http://www.police.uk/ (link opens in new window) provides a snap-shot of crimes and anti-social behaviour at street-level along with the outcome on the investigation. It is updated on or before the last working day of each month.
A useful resource of information for gathering statistics.
Following the invitation last November to sign up to the Commonwealth Games Framework Agreement, Protector is delighted to announce it has been successful in being awarded part of the contract to support Scotland’s staffing commitment for the upcoming 2014 games. The contract will align with the existing safety and security processes for the Games to provide security and stewarding personnel as part of the overall safety and security operation.
Protector Group are currently recruiting in excess of 200 part-time roles with a particular emphasis on stewards and security officers for Glasgow 2014. To cope with this massive recruitment drive, Protector have trained 6 members of the team for certification to perform vetting in accordance with BS7858:2012. In addition, the group has also recruited 5 new operational staff to cope with the expected organic growth which has been generated from an increase in business activity throughout the UK market.
Beamish Community Football Club Under-14’s (above) have been sponsored by The Protector Group, who arranged for former Newcastle United star Olivier Bernard to present football tops to the team at Beamish and East Stanley Community Sports Club