G4S partners with SJUK Leaders in Security

March 12, 2024


Security Journal UK is thrilled to welcome security system supplier G4S as a partner for the SJUK Leaders in Security Conference, which will take place in Manchester at the Hilton Deansgate on Tuesday 16 July.

Organised by Security Journal UK and held in association with Eagle Eye Networks, SJUK Leaders in Security is positioned to be a premium conference and networking event for senior security professionals working in the UK and Europe. Attendance is strictly by invitation only, with members of the industry advised to register their interest in attending early to avoid missing out.

G4S joins Eagle Eye Networks, Morse Watchmans, Buro Happold, Gallagher Security, Acre, International SOS, Keri Systems, Guardhouse, Police CPI, Irisity, Everbridge in its support of the event, which also has the backing of ASIS UK Chapter, Security Institute, IFPO and the Association of Security Consultants.

Commenting on the news, Simon Martindill, Head of Marketing at G4S Secure Solutions (UK) said: “We’re excited by the opportunity to participate with other senior security leaders and engage in peer-to-peer knowledge sharing and provide guidance and education on some of the key challenges facing modern security.”

About G4S

G4S is part of Allied Universal, a leading security and facility services company that provides proactive security services and smart technology to deliver tailored, integrated security solutions that allow clients to focus on their core business.

Through a global workforce of approximately 800,000 people, G4S leverages best practices in communities all over the world. With revenues at approximately $20 billion, it is supported by efficient processes and systems that can only come with scale to help deliver its promise locally: keeping people safe so its communities can thrive.

In the UK, G4S’s people and technologies are trusted to secure a diverse range of environments. From national critical infrastructure to sporting and leisure venues and from major retailers to key government facilities. 

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