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35th Anniversary Celebrations

On Saturday 25th June, the Security Institute celebrated its 35th Year Anniversary. The event was well attended by many past, present and future members, directors and presidents. In a keynote speech, Joseph Moloney said “In 1980, 7 men (Kevin Malone, Patrick Turner, Brian Pilkington, Michael Birmingham, William O’Higgins, Hugh Bracken & Joseph Maloney  met in […]

Board of Governors for Academic Standards

The Security Institute of Ireland is pleased to announce, with immediate affect the establishment of the SII Board of Governors for Academic Standards The Board of Directors of the Security Institute of Ireland decided at their board meeting on the 7th of June 2016 that the SII Board of Governors for Academic Standards should be […]

Corporate Member Category reintroduced in response to industry demand.

A decision by the Security Institute to reinstate the Corporate Member Category has been warmly welcomed by Companies in the Security Sector and related fields. Stakeholders expressed the opinion that a new ‘Body’ was required to ensure their views were being represented at various fora. The membership has been growing steadily and John Byrne CEO […]

Professional Investigations Management Pilot

Pilot of the Professional Investigations Management course designed and developed by the Security Institute receives excellent feedback> This qualification is designed to satisfy the requirements of management personnel with responsibility for commissioning and managing investigations in the workplace. This includes security managers, department managers and other senior executives with responsibility for all aspects of loss […]

Upcoming SII Seminar

Our next seminar will take place on Tuesday 28th February 2012 in the Osprey Hotel, Naas, Co. Kildare. Tea and coffee will be available from 09:15hrs. The seminar will commence at 10:00hrs sharp and run until approximately 12:30hrs. a light lunch is provided on conclusion. The main issues for discussion will be recent developments in […]