Jane Moore Presenter at the British Security Awards
The British Security Industry Association (BSIA) announces that broadcaster and journalist Jane Moore will be the lead speaker and presenter at the annual British Security Awards, taking place in London on Wednesday 10 July at the London Marriott Hotel, Grosvenor Square.
Jane Moore has been a journalist for 38 years and is the longest-running opinion columnist for The Sun, and was the paper’s first-ever female editor of its flagship music column, Bizarre. She is a regular on ITV’s Loose Women, and contributes regularly to BBC1’s Question Time, This Week with Andrew Neill, ITV’s The Agenda and Andrew Marr’s Sunday AM.
In 2012, she was named Columnist of the Year at the prestigious British Press Awards and awarded the same accolade at the Conde Nast Glamour magazine Awards the following year. Jane is also a patron of the charity Help for Heroes.
The British Security Awards celebrates the achievements made by security professionals and teams across the UK’s private security industry, as well as acknowledging the business innovations and technological prowess displayed by its members. Industry exemplars will be recognised in the following categories: Security Personnel, Innovative Security Project, Business of the Year, National and International Partnership, Contribution to the Industry, Apprentice of the Year and Bravery.
There will also be a special Chairman’s Award, presented by current incumbent, Simon Banks. The Bravery Awards will be presented by Assistant Chief Constable Sarah Boycott of the West Midlands Police. Mike Reddington, Chief Executive of the BSIA, said: “The British Security Awards is the BSIA’s national event that recognises the talent and commitment of our industry’s finest. We are delighted that Jane will be speaking at our prestigious awards and look forward to her playing an integral role in this celebration of our industry’s successes and achievements.
“Our members’ contributions remain at the heart of the Association’s ongoing commitment to be the voice of the professional security industry, and the British Security Awards is a major platform on which we have the opportunity to celebrate and showcase the very finest in security excellence.”
The British Security Awards also includes a drinks reception and lunch as well as drinks following the awards ceremony.
Tickets for the British Security Awards are on sale now, with BSIA members benefiting from a discounted rate of £150 + VAT. To book your place at what promises to be an entertaining and rewarding afternoon, please visit the British Security Awards website. The British Security Awards is sponsored by Camberford Underwriting, Securitas, NSI, SaferCash, IFSEC International, Messe Frankfurt and TrackTik.