Following the success of last September’s relaunched Manchester Security event, the Manchester City Centre Crime Prevention Panel (MCCCPP) has announced that its free-to-attend breakfast seminar will return to St Ann’s Church on Wednesday 20 September.
Assistant Chief Constable Garry Shewan QPM from Greater Manchester Police will open the event which is set to feature a comprehensive seminar programme covering topical subjects including counter-terrorism, local policing and how to protect businesses from the ever-present cyber threat.
The event is sponsored by SelectaDNA and organised by the MCCCPP with the support of Greater Manchester Police, Manchester City Council and Atmaana Business Consulting.
Peter Maddison QPM, chairman of security and emergency services at Atmaana, explained: “Last year’s event was a huge success with over 170 delegates in attendance, including representatives from well-known city centre retailers, banks and both public and private sector organisations. This year’s event promises to deliver another varied seminar programme, allowing businesses to gain further insight into the challenges and opportunities they may face while also providing advice to help them stay as safe and secure as possible. This event is completely free to attend and it’s one not to be missed.”
*Doors open at 8.30 am. Refreshments and breakfast snacks will be provided, and there’ll be opportunities to network both before and after the event (which is due to conclude at around 11.30 am)
**Exhibition space is available for those companies wishing to showcase their products and services. Contact event co-ordinator Christine Brooks on (telephone) 07785 569719 or via e-mail at: firstname.lastname@example.org for more information
***Online registration is available at: https://manchestersecurity2017.eventbrite.co.uk