Corps Security to deliver security services for Registers of Scotland in Edinburgh

Following a competitive tender process, Corps Security has been awarded a three-year contract to provide security services to Registers of Scotland at Meadowbank House in Edinburgh.

A team of ten officers will provide guarding services with a focus on Front of House, customer service, CCTV monitoring and patrols.

Registers of Scotland is the public body responsible for compiling and maintaining registers relating to property and other legal documents in Scotland.

Mike Bullock, CEO of Corps Security, said: “We’re delighted to be working with such a like-minded organisation. Corps Security is a trust which was set up to provide employment for ex-servicemen returning from the Crimea. We share values with Registers of Scotland and look forward to working closely together with the client.”

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