International Professional Security Association News

International Professional Security Association Offers Maritime Security Courses For Dealing With Terrorist Threats

 IPSA is building on its course base for supervisors, officers and trainersThe International Professional Security Association (IPSA) has recently reintroduced a specialist but limited Maritime Sector to deal with the increased needs of the maritime industry as they affect members, and company contracts. IPSA is offering, within its training programme, courses not only at Port Facility Security Officer and Ship's Security Officer level, but also for manned guarding companies involved in th...

IPSA Welcomes Decision To Retain Licensing In The Security Industry

IPSA is also in discussion with purchasers of security servicesThe International Professional Security Association (IPSA) welcomes the Government decision to retain licensing in the security industry, albeit with some changes as to how it is to be regulated. Indeed, as disclosures in the press show, the Government has had a change of heart on licensing, with in some cases press releases changing by the hour, and the industry can be proud of what it has achieved in recent weeks. On behalf of its...