Paul Lotter has been promoted to the role of managing director for Corps Security’s security guarding business. Lotter has served as regional operations director for Corps Security since June last year. His focus has been on operations within London and the South of England, overseeing all aspects of service delivery to Corps Security’s myriad customers in the public and private sectors.
The new appointment comes at a pivotal time for the business as it develops its suite of cutting-edge security solutions.
In his new role, Lotter will look to strengthen Corps Security’s well-established security guarding offer with the latest sensor and CCTV surveillance technology as well as hospitality-focused concierge services.
Lotter boasts more than 20 years’ experience in the security industry. Before joining Corps Security, he worked with various service providers across a range of high-profile corporate sites in the South West of England and around Greater London. Lotter’s expertise really lies in managing the strategic direction of all operational security requirements.
Corps Security cites the appointment as reinvesting back into the operational side of the business. In his role as managing director, Lotter will work closely with the regional divisions of the organisation to ensure that a high level of service is delivered consistently across the UK.
Commenting on his promotion, Lotter said: “It’s been great working for such a strong brand with such a powerful heritage. I’m really looking forward to further developing our services for customers by looking at the integration of technology through our Remote Monitoring Centre.”
Mike Bullock, CEO of Corps Security, added: “We’re thrilled to have Paul lead Corps Security’s guarding business. He’s already implemented positive change and has shown his expertise in the sector. This appointment will further support our steady growth across the UK as a dynamic business that provides a truly innovative security offer.”