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CCTV cameras installed in Oxford city centre in push to improve women’s safety

24 CCTV cameras have been installed in Oxford city centre as part of a series of security measures implemented by Oxford City Council. Read More

Banham Academy partners with NSI to tackle the industry’s gender gap with Apprenticeship Training Programme for Women

Banham Academy and NSI have joined forces to offer a Fire and Security Systems Technician Training Programme exclusively for potential women apprentices. Read More

Women’s safety campaigners left ‘insulted’ by Home Office backing of women’s safety app

Women’s safety campaigners are calling the Home Office’s backing of an app that allows users to track their friends’ journeys home “insulting". Read More

“Inspiring young people to see this incredibly important industry as a career option has been a key motivation for me” – Kate Blake on the importance of showcasing female talent in fire safety

Kate Blake shines a light on some of the women she is thrilled to now be working alongside at Cranford Controls in the fire safety sector. Read More

“50% of all women feel unsafe walking home alone in the dark” – How can security tech support?

According to recent figures from the ONS, half of women have felt unsafe at some point walking home alone in the dark - how can tech support? Read More

“I’d like to see more women in active, senior roles – they are capable of it, they just need to be shown that it’s possible” – Triton Group’s Natalie Foxcroft

IFSEC Global talks to Natalie Foxcroft, Systems Director at Triton Group, to find out about her journey into the security industry. Read More

‘65% of people want safer stadiums and arenas’, YouGov survey finds

Two out of every three adults are calling for improved safety measures in stadiums and arenas following recent publicity around the safety of women. Read More

“It would be naive of us to say there are no challenges for women in the industry, because we’ve witnessed them first-hand” – IFSEC Global speaks to Women in Fire Safety Awards Co-Founders

Ahead of the first ever Women in Fire Safety Awards, IFSEC Global speaks to its Co-Founders Kate Blake and Chloe Vickery. Read More

More than 80% of women want safer pubs, bars and restaurants, says YouGov survey

Over three-quarters of UK adults think improved safety procedures in bars, pubs and nightclubs is necessary. Read More



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