Event - Engaging with the Prevent Strategy

Engaging with the Prevent Strategy

Conference held at the Southbank Centre, London

Event Purpose
On the important subject of engaging with the Prevent strategy, and an overview of best practice when dealing with counter-terrorism issues.

Featuring talks from:
SecuriGroup Chair, and former Chair of the Security Industry Authority (SIA), Baroness Ruth Henig CBE.
SecuriGroup Operations Director, Allan Burnett QPM BSc (Hons) FSyI, a former Assistant Chief Constable and Head of Counter Terrorism for Scotland.

Southbank Centre

SecuriGroup has a very positive relationship with the Southbank Centre, providing security services to for their events calendar in Central London. The Southbank Centre is one of the UK’s leading arts complexes, hosting a year-long calendar of exhibitions, conferences and talks in its world-leading facilities.


London Universities Purchasing Consortium

As a recent approved supplier on the London Universities Purchasing Consortium (LUPC) framework, our service is led by experts in counter-terrorism and mitigation strategies – a subject that has never been more important or relevant in the current climate.


Speaker: Baroness Ruth Henig

An eminent figure across the security industry, Baroness Henig joined SecuriGroup after completing two successful terms as Chair of the Home Office Regulator, the Security Industry Authority (SIA), also serving on the National Criminal Justice Board and Street Crime Action Group, chaired by the then Prime Minister, Tony Blair.

Appointed as Deputy Lieutenant for Lancashire in 2002, Ruth was made a life peer in 2004 as Baroness Henig of Lancaster.


Speaker: Allan Burnett QPM BSc (Hons) FSyI

Previous to his role as SecuriGroup Operations Director, Mr Burnett had a distinguished 30 year career in the Scottish Police Service, retiring as the Assistant Chief Constable in charge of co-ordinating Counter Terrorism for Scotland.

A graduate of the prestigious Police Senior Command Course at Bramshill in 2003, Mr Burnett was awarded the Queen’s Police Medal in the Queen’s Birthday Honours list of 2010.

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