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THE FUTURE OF PRIVATE SECURITY COMPANIES

Lt Col Tim Spicer OBE

Chief Executive Officer

31 October 2006

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The Future of Private Security Companies

“The 2006 Quadrennial Defence Review for the first time outlines a vision of the National Security Battle Space with significant private sector involvement”

NDU Report 2006

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The Future of Private Security Companies

  • Current and future operational environment
  • Key factors
  • Commercial
  • Government
  • Humanitarian
  • Assessment
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The Future of Private Security Companies

  • THE LANDSCAPE
  • The Unstable World
  • Protracted Asymmetrical Warfare
  • Terrorism
  • Organised Crime
  • Deep rooted problems
  • Threat of traditional warfare between states
  • Natural disaster, famine, drought, tsunami, earthquake and associated complications
  • Wide spectrum of actors
  • Continuing inability of UN to act quickly, decisively and effectively
  • Media
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The Future of Private Security Companies

  • CURRENT MARKET DRIVERS
  • IRAQ
  • AFGHANISTAN
  • GOVERNMENT Vs COMMERCIAL
  • NATIONALISATION
  • COMPETITIVE TENDERING / MARKET FORCES
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The Future of Private Security Companies

  • SIZE OF INDUSTRY
  • 20,000 in Iraq alone
  • 2nd largest Coalition Partner
  • Revenues in excess of $100 billion by 2010 ????????
  • In US Service contracts including security 40% of DOD contract
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The Future of Private Security Companies

CRITICAL FACTORS

REGULATION

IMAGE

CAPABILITY

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The Future of Private Security Companies

  • REGULATION
  • National
  • International
  • Aggressive Self-regulation
  • Quality Standards
  • Insurance Liability
  • Contractual compliance
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The Future of Private Security Companies

  • CAPABILITY
  • Management & leadership
  • Professional Standards
  • Effective Delivery
  • Engage carefully
  • Innovate to survive
  • Mutual Support
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The Future of Private Security Companies

  • COMMERCIAL WORLD
  • Can’t escape the threat
  • Greater awareness for need of security
  • Duty of Care
    • Sarbanes – Oxley Act 2002
    • Insurance
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The Future of Private Security Companies

  • GOVERNMENT
  • US
  • UK: FCO, MOD
  • Home Defence (Homeland Security)
  • Peacekeeping/Peace enforcement
  • Security Sector Reform
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The Future of Private Security Companies

  • HUMANITARIAN
  • UN ?
  • Natural Disasters
  • NGOs
  • ‘The Humanitarian Space’
  • Post conflict reconstruction
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The Future of Private Security Companies

  • ASSUMPTIONS
  • Threat will continue
  • No abrogation of sovereignty
  • No abrogation of responsibility for National Defence at home/overseas
  • Conflict Resolution by established Armies
  • UN & unilateral government action will lead in Peacekeeping/enforcement
  • Quest for regulation will continue
  • Media
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The Future of Private Security Companies

  • ROLES
  • COMMERCIAL
    • Business Intelligence
    • Physical Security
    • Duty of Care
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The Future of Private Security Companies

  • GOVERNMENT
  • UK/US outsourcing
  • Protective Security
    • - Static
    • - Mobile
  • Military Support
    • - Force Protection
    • - Lines of communication
    • - KP
    • - Training
    • - Air & Aviation
    • Specialist EOD/Medical
  • SSR / DDR
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The Future of Private Security Companies

  • HUMANITARIAN
  • Protective Security
  • C3I
  • ‘Hearts & Minds’
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The Future of Private Security Companies

  • INDUSTRY FUTURE TRENDS
  • Continue to strive for legitimacy
  • Engagement
  • Consolidation
  • Diversification
  • Internationalisation
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The Future of Private Security Companies

  • SUMMARY
  • Healthy but at a critical milestone
  • Solid sector in UK and US
  • UK could be “quality” market leaders
  • Work together