Security – A Profession?. Australasian Council of Security Professionals. Presenter | Matthew Curtis, Chair. Service Group Manager, Security, GHD. The ‘Profession’.
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Presenter | Matthew Curtis, Chair
Service Group Manager, Security, GHD
The Security Profession consists of practitioners who provide security services in government, business, academia and NGOs in areas such as security policy, security management and the range of security consulting.
The Profession provides services critical to the public interest and is recognised as a distinct managerial and technical discipline with its own body of knowledge, research and application of expertise.
It is also recognised that the Profession should be held to same standards as other managerial advisors with specific reference to management, governance, planning and application of security as a managerial discipline.
In working towards the formation of a true profession, we work closely with the Registry to promote professional standards and to ensure that Security Professionals perceive the primacy of service to the community in their work.
Dr Miles Jakeman
Security Professionals’ Registry Australasia
SECURITY PROFESSIONALS’ REGISTRY AUSTRALASIA
Group of individuals that: