PSIRA announces Private Security Indaba
The regulatory body will host its first compliance-focused event.
The Private Security Industry Regulatory Authority (PSIRA) has announced it will be hosting the first ever Private Security Indaba on 3 and 4 July, an event dedicated to exploring compliance within the private security industry.
This inaugural event will be held at Emperors Palace, in Johannesburg. The Indaba will include talks by keynote speakers such as current Minister of Police, Bheki Cele; PSIRA CEO, Manabela Chauke; and the President of the International Association of Security & Investigative Regulators. The event will play host to captains of industry, researchers and government entities from first world countries and on the African diaspora.
The event will include exhibitions by players and service providers in the private security industry, discussions about the challenges bewildering the industry, and global trends, and will feature a gala dinner event on the first evening of the Indaba.
Members of the media are invited to attend this event. For more information, enquiries and interviews, please liaise with Siziwe Zuma on (086) 107 7472 or firstname.lastname@example.org. More information is available at https://securityindaba.co.za.
PSIRA was established in 2002 in terms of Section 2 of the Private Security Industry Regulation Act (ACT No 56 of 2001). The primary objectives of the authority are to regulate the private security industry and to exercise effective control over the practice of the occupation of the security service provider in the public and national interest and the interest of the private security industry itself. PSIRA strives to protect the constitutional rights of all people to life, safety and dignity through the effective promotion and regulation of the private security industry.