Fellowship – F.Sec.I.I

Fellowship of the Institute is open only to persons who have demonstrated the highest levels of progression and professionalism within the security industry in any country. Fellows of the Institute are recognised by the use of the title F.Sec.I.I after their name.

The Fellowship is bestowed by the Institute to recognise the highest commitment to and input into the Security Institute. The additional criteria for this award are based on honourable behaviour, honesty in dealing with others and the gathering and use of knowledge for the betterment of the Security Institute and the security industry in Ireland, EU, USA and Internationally.

Personal Member – M.Sec.I.I

Membership of the Institute is open to professional experienced persons in any country. Members of the Institute are recognised by the use of the title M.Sec.I.I after their name. On completion of these courses, successful candidates may apply for membership of this internationally recognised professional body. A successful application for membership is an indication of progression within your career.

Corporate Membership

The SII Corporate Section represents companies involved in the following areas: Manned Guarding; Door Security; Alarms; Electronics; Monitoring; Equipment Manufacture; Locks and Safes; Cash-in-Transit; Private Investigations; Close Protection and Training.

Mission Statement – The Security Institute will:

  • Encourage and facilitate private security companies seeking to deliver quality service and standards excellence.
  • Offer a range of services and facilities that allow companies to promote professionalism amongst both security practitioners individually and private security companies in general
  • Through the facilitation of training and provision of information seek to build on existing standards throughout the private security industry in Ireland.
  • In consultation with its members, stakeholders and relevant statutory bodies develop positive impact initiatives to enhance the reputation and standing of the industry in the eyes of the public.

The Security Institute Corporate Section is Ireland’s representative organisation at the Brussels based CoESS (Confederation of European Security Services). They (SII) partake in the EU Social Dialogue for the European Guarding services industry. They are also involved in the National REA (Registered Employment Agreement) for discussions on behalf of the individual and corporate members