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Contract Security Manager of the Year (Justine Craig, Bullring Birmingham)


WINNER


Contract Security Manager of the Year (Justine Craig, Bullring Birmingham)


Contract Security Manager of the Year (Justine Craig, Bullring Birmingham)


Guarding Company of the Year (Third straight year)


Guarding Company of the Year (Third straight year)


Shortlisted: Finalist:


Guarding Company of the Year (Third straight year)


Guarding Company of the Year (Third straight year)


Shortlisted: Shortlisted:


Inspiration in HR (Second straight year)


Inspiration in HR (Second straight year)


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Shield Guarding holds SIA approved contractor status for the provision of Security Guarding, Door Supervision, Key Holding and CCTV services.


Shield Guarding holds SIA approved contractor status for the provision of Security Guarding, Door Supervision, Key Holding and CCTV services.


Shield Guarding holds SIA approved contractor status for the provision of Security Guarding, Door Supervision, Key Holding and CCTV services.


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Inspiration in HR (Second straight year) Inspiration in HR


(Second straight year)


Security Partnering Initiative of the Year (South Bank Employers Group Patrol)


Security Partnering Initiative of the Year (South Bank Employers Group Patrol)


Contract Security Manager of the Year (Justine Craig, Bullring Birmingham)


Security Partnering Initiative of the Year (South Bank Employers Group Patrol)


Security Partnering Initiative of the Year (South Bank Employers’ Group Patrol)


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