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By: Duncan Ashwell

A Basic Security Thought

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This book sheds light on concerns and potential failings in the security industry, with the goal of improving standards for security officers and companies. Many security officers quickly forget the basics of their training as security companies forgo quality in favour of quick online certifications that lower industry standards.

The book prompts reflection on the core responsibilities of security officers and the training required to prepare them for the role. It explores whether current standards in the industry are high enough, challenging security officers to assess their own work ethic compared to others.

Ultimately, the book aims to spark important conversations and drive positive change in an industry where high standards and proper training are essential. Both security companies and officers have a shared duty to protect people and property, which begins with re-examining training protocols and performance expectations.

Duncan has been involved within the security industry for over 15 years. He has held many roles within this industry from gatehouse to research and development sites. He has qualifications in advanced security management and has a general passion for the security industry. Within this timeframe, Duncan has seen many changes, both good and bad.

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