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Confederation of European Security Services (CoESS)

Jan Bogemansstraat 249 Rue Jan Bogemans 249 | B
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Confederation of European Security Services
(CoESS)

Jan Bogemansstraat 249 Rue Jan Bogemans 249 | B
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1780 Wemmel, Belgium

T +32 2 462 07 73 | F +32 2 460 14 31 |
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July
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August 2013 | n°77

News from the CoESS members| General CoESS news


Announcement: CoESS General
Assembly 2013, Board of Directors and Working Committee
meetings, Brussels 10
th
&

11
th
October 2013


CSA, Croatia


CSA becomes CoESS’ Active Member after Croatia’s accession to the European Union, July 1
st
2013.


USP, France


Reform of the law on Priva
te Security: the private security industry in France meets.


SNES, France


National première: SNES launches the “Code of Ethics” in pocket version for all private security
guards

and officers.


SNES, France
-

Results of the first national survey on the
opinion of the French citizens on private security.


Nederlandse Veiligheidsbranche, The Netherlands


More possibilities for private security officials in the public
domain.


Nederlandse Veiligheidsbranche, The Netherlands
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Annual overview of the key f
igures of the security industry in
The

Netherlands.


Federsicurezza, Italy


Federsicurezza presents its Annual Report 2013.


BSIA, United Kingdom
-

Ex
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forces personnel are suitable candidates for roles in security, a survey reveals.


VSÖ, Austria


VSÖ

launches a manual for selecting the right private security provider.


APROSER, Spain


Launch of the National Observatory for the Private Security Sector in Spain.


BSIA, UK
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BSIA calls for Government clarity on the future of security regulation.


July

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August 2013 | n°77

Federsicurezza, Italy


Federsicurezza presents its Annual Report 2013.

On July 16
th
2013 Federsicurezza presented its 2013 report. Italian private security industry is struggling with

economic crisis effects, which is seriously
affecting security companies, plagued, as "Federsicurezza
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Confcommercio Imprese per l'Italia" President Mr Luigi Gabriele recalls, by missing legislative framework

completion that, if in place, would boost our industry. On one hand insecurity perception
is increasing, both

within firms and public opinion, crime is increasing too, on the other hand security providers are declining with

exception of technology products related businesses. Once again, it's worth to recall there is no security where

a CCTV ca
mera is installed without care about maintenance, monitoring and intervention.

Few figures drawn from the survey Federsicurezza conducted in cooperation with Format Research: in 2012

"Istituti di Vigilanza" employees were 52,227, 2.40% less than 2011 and s
ecurity guards were 47,064, almost

2% less compared with 47,982 in 2011. Some of them have been recycled as unarmed security officer, but most

of them applied for unemployment benefits, as statistics are showing. Going through data, in 2012 small

security
firms located in central/southern Italy suffered more the economic crisis effects, but in spite of a more

positive trend large companies have implemented in 2012
-

and are expected to do the same in 2013
-

restrictions on employment policies, above all in
south Italy.

Useful links (Only available in Italian):

Media, press review:

http://www.federsicurezza.it/winFocus.asp?pid=123

Full report:

http://www.federsicurezza.it/public/documenti/RapportoFedersicurezza2013.pdf

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Source: Federsicurezza, Italy

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For further information, please visit
http://www.federsicurezza.eu/


Confederation of European Security Services (CoESS)

Jan Bogemansstraat 249 Rue Jan Bogemans 249 | B
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1780 Wemmel, Belgium

T +32 2 462 07 73 | F +32 2 460 14 31 |
apeg
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bvbo@i
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b
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s.be
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www.coess.eu