OTHER RECENT NEWS
- ICTS launches a new service, REACT
- American Airlines chooses ICTS UK & Ireland as their preferred security partner
- Welcoming Worldwide Flight Services back at London Heathrow Airport
- Season's Greetings from ICTS UK & Ireland
- China Eastern Airlines selects ICTS as their security partner at London Gatwick Airport
- 2019 UK Outstanding Security Performance Awards Finalist
- WinterSong Charity Concert 2018
- ICTS wins three Awards at this year’s Security and Fire Excellence Awards: ICTS UK & Ireland wins the ACS Champion of the Year and ICTS Consult wins S
- Olympia London includes ICTS UK in its Framework Agreement for the Provision of Security Services
- New contract with Icelandair at London Heathrow Airport
ICTS presents the advantages of using Canine detection services at the AOA Conference on 30 April 2018.
Jed Marshall, Divisional Director – Canine Security Services, ICTS UK & Ireland, joined forces with Mark Lloyd, Head of Canine for Securitas, and together they addressed the aviation community at the recent Airport Operators Association (AOA) conference on 30 April 2018 in Newcastle, presenting the benefits of using canine detection services.
ICTS Canine Security Services are in operation up and down the country working in a variety of different sectors, from financial institutions, educational establishments and sporting arenas, to name but a few. As well as drugs and explosives detection ICTS’ Canine units provide currency and firearms detection and patrol services.
“Our Canine teams have worked for a number of airlines and tour operators at Regional and International Airports. The AOA conference offered us a valuable opportunity to highlight the amazing skill dogs have to detect substances, such as drugs and explosives, in a fast and efficient manner. Their visibility in crowded places, such as transport hubs, offers reassurance to the general public.
I have known Mark Lloyd for many years now and it was a pleasure to jointly present the work of Canine Security to the AOA members,” said Jed Marshall, Divisional Director – Canine Security Services, ICTS UK & Ireland.