Wednesday, 24 January 2018

BREAKING NEWS... The Magpie Security Ltd February Newsletter 2018 is OUT NOW

“The only thing worse than training people and having them leave, is not training them and having them stay” -Zig Ziglar         


Introducing the Magpie Security Practitioner Module 1 Programme …

In order to ensure that Magpie Security Ltd Employees are equipped with the right kind of skills, knowledge and abilities to perform their assigned tasks, training and development plays its crucial role towards the growth and success of our business.   By choosing the right type of training, we ensure that our Employees possess the right skills and knowledge for our business.  Good training must provide opportunities to learn and grow.

A comprehensive training and development program helps to enhance the knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary to achieve organisational goals and also to create competitive advantage.  In order to help you achieve your goals our Managing Director Mr. Richard Bailey, has established the following people philosophy and expects everyone to help make it happen.

"Whatever role you play at Magpie Security Ltd our commitment is to give you the opportunity to develop as an individual for the benefit of the team as a whole

“Congratulations to Peter Scott, Magpie Security Ltd
Employee of the Year 2017”

On Tuesday 16th January 2018, Magpie Security Ltd Managing Director Mr. Richard Bailey & Company Director Mr. Jason Bailey presented Peter Scott with the Employee of the Year 2017 Award.
Peter started his career with Magpie in May 2013 and has always been regarded in high esteem by his Colleagues, Clients and the Magpie Management Team.

Peter’s placement at the Greenwood Dale School has seen him become a very popular member of the Nottingham Academy Team and the overwhelming feedback received from clients and parents by the Magpie Management Team clearly highlighted Peter’s outstanding achievement for 2017… making him the coveted Winner of our Employee of the Year.

Some of the amazing feedback can be seen below:

Kayleigh Gemma Gibbins Credit to your company the kids flock to him everyday on school run absolute top man! Well done Peter!!

Nicole Oakey Well done peter, couldnt think if a nicer guy. kids absoluetly adore him and always look for him on the school runs and miss him when hes not there to give him there daily  👊.. Well done xx

Tracey Riley-varley Well done peter u deserved it u r a lovely kind caring man i never worry about sending my kids to school when u r there watching over them n keeping them safe, my 3 kids love u to bits alway give them high five it makes there day u r a credit to the company xx
Clare Rothery Massive congratulations Pete, a lovely lovely chap, makes sure the kids are safe on their way to school, a credit to the school and his employer! Well done Pete! X x

Suzie Freeley I met this man last night at the NA Sneinton Boulevard site, a thoroughly nice & pleasant man well done, most deserved recognition

Professional Security Magazine is pleased to bring you Security TWENTY 18 Midlands Conference and Exhibition. The Conference is aimed at end users, purchasers and those who specify security products and will update attendees on the latest developments in the security sector. Whether you are in corporate security, local government CCTV or retail loss prevention we aim to get key people into the room and share knowledge.

Set in the central location of the East Midlands Conference Centre & Orchard Hotel  in Nottingham on Wednesday, 21 February 2018, the Conference will bring together top security industry speakers and is supported by a large exhibition of cutting edge security products and services. Doors open at 8.30 am allowing access to the exhibition with the conference running between 10.00 am and 1.30 pm. The exhibition will close at 4.00 pm.

Most importantly if you register in advance and are an installer, an end user, a consultant, or someone to do with private security, in the police or the armed forces, or a buyer of security services you will be able to attend the Conference for FREE 

ARSON APPEAL at Nottingham Train Station…”

Police investigations are still ongoing a week after a suspected arson attack caused millions of pounds worth of damage to Nottingham train station.  British Transport Police were present at the station this morning appealing to commuters for any information that they may have.  In what looked like a new advancement in the investigation, officers were seen to cordon off an area around Hopkinson vintage, antiques and art centre on Station Street at 11:30 am.  British Transport Police at the scene confirmed that the development was “part of the ongoing investigation into the fire at Nottingham train station”, but could not provide any further details at the time.  Following the advancement, the British Transport Police were contacted and a media spokesperson said: “The British Transport Police are at Nottingham train station to appeal for any information on the fire last week.
Police officers were also spotted at the train station during the late hours of Thursday 18 January, appealing to anyone who may have been present at the station around the same time last week, in the hours before the incident.  These appeals are part of an arson investigation, as the British Transport Police attempt to ask those who regularly commute at similar hours each week for more information.  In a press release issued from the British Transport Police on Thursday, it was said that the authorities had a particular interest in “any footage that may have been captured on mobile phones or dash cams.”

Did you see or hear anything that may be valuable to our investigation?
Please contact British Transport Police.  Call: 0800 40 50 40. Text: 61016
Reference number 85 of 12 January 2018

“Congratulations to MOHAMMED IKRAM

our Employee of the Month”

Magpie Security Ltd would like to congratulate Mohammed on his Employee of the Month Award.

Mohammed’s exceptional levels of customer service and knowledge of his duties/requirements whilst on a client assignment were highlighted on a Management visit in January 2018

 “Well Done Mohammed, keep it up” – 

Mr. Richard Bailey.
 Managing Director
Magpie Security Ltd