Corps Security is helping the National Army Museum, Chelsea secure its Building for the Future redevelopment project by donating to its £23.25m fundraising appeal.

The Museum’s redevelopment project will see the radical transformation of the current Chelsea site with a bright open atrium, stunning new galleries, a dedicated learning suite, an upgraded research centre and new café and shop facilities.

Central to the redevelopment has been the need to respond to the public’s call to create a Museum which provides a more modern, welcoming and social environment for families and to create displays and programmes that foster dialogue and debate about an Army which has been part of British society for over 400 years.

Corps Security provides security and customer visit staff for the Museum’s site in Chelsea and for the bespoke warehousing facility in Hertfordshire. Corps Security and its staff are key to making the Museum’s visitors feel welcome and its one million strong, world class Collection secure.

For further information please contact Corps Security on 0207 566 0500 or E:

Corps Security has announced the introduction of a new business division that provides a diverse range of consulting, investigative and training services specifically designed to help customers improve risk and threat management. CorpsConsult fully utilises the extensive in-house expertise that Corps Security possesses and which makes it the industry leading provider of specialist security services.

CorpsConsult is headed up by noted industry authority and Corps Security’s director of security consulting, Mike Bluestone, who commented, ‘Our experts all have recognised academic and professional security qualifications and come from a diverse range of corporate backgrounds. In addition, several leading members of the team have served with distinction in the police and military. This wide ranging experience combines to ensure that CorpsConsult has unrivalled levels of knowledge and expertise that can be used to advise companies on the security of their people, property and assets through both human and technological means.’

A key element in having the right security solutions in place is an awareness of risks and threats. CorpsConsult’s consulting services provide both strategic and logistical answers to an organisation’s security requirements. These services include: strategic security reviews; the development of corporate security policy and strategy documents; risk and threat assessments; security surveys; and audits. CorpsConsult prides itself on providing clear reports with easy to follow guidance and recommendations.

CorpsConsult’s investigative services are used by organisations looking to carry out due diligence in areas such as mergers and acquisitions and the examination of corporate fraud and financial impropriety. Areas of potential risk can be identified through discreet checks on the backgrounds and reputations of companies and individuals. Other services include scene of crime, personnel screening and vetting, and corporate surveillance.

To complement its other activities, CorpsConsult also offers a selection of training courses that are delivered by its specialist experts. These courses can be designed to meet a client’s specific needs and subjects include security management, security auditing, fraud prevention, strategic security and security awareness training.

Corps Security’s chief executive, Peter Webster, said, ‘The importance of a clearly defined and implemented security strategy cannot be overstated and organisations in all business sectors now realise that expert guidance is an invaluable part of this process. Although we have offered consultancy services for many years, the formation of CorpsConsult galvanises our extensive knowledge into one complete offering. I believe it is a valuable addition to our existing specialist security services and we will continue to develop it to meet the ever changing needs of our customers.’

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