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Theresa May MP Visits NSI HQ


NSIMP Theresa May visited the Headquarters of the National Security Inspectorate (NSI) at the end of September. The Company employs 72 staff including a field force team of auditors who conduct regular visits to alarm installers, guarding companies and fire protection organisations to ensure compliance with the technical standards applicable to their specific area. Mrs May was briefed on the NSI’s role and duties and met a number of staff whilst also presenting silver medals to two members of the Maidenhead team who were celebrating their 20th year working within the organisation. 

Jeff Little, CEO of NSI commented after the visit “We were delighted and most grateful that the Home Secretary took time out of her schedule to visit our headquarters. Security is close to everyone’s mind at the moment and we at NSI share the Government’s determination to reduce crime and maintain high standards across all aspects of the industry. We talked to Theresa about a number of recent developments including the recent regulation of Private Investigators and the future licensing of security companies in the guarding sector.