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BSIA announces details of Manchester Security

BSIA announces details of Manchester Security

Businesses thinking about installing security systems to protect their premises in the future have been invited to attend the British Security Industry Association's (BSIA) Manchester conference.

The free to attend event will return at the Bridgewater Hall on March 20th and has the theme of Securing the Future, as it looks at exploring new and innovative methods of providing business security and making communities safer.

Many of the most popular speakers from last year will be in attendance, including deputy chief constable Ian Hopkins who will formally open this year's show.

Chief superintendent Stuart Ellison of Greater Manchester Police will also be back, this time speaking on the subject of integrated partnership working and what it means for policing in the city centre.

In 2012, more than 250 delegates attended the conference, with them coming from both private and public sector groups such as Morrisons, Selfridges and Manchester City Council.

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