The LTA re-awards its security contract to ICTS UK & Ireland

The Lawn Tennis Association (LTA) has once again selected ICTS UK & Ireland’s Canine Security Division for the provision of security services at its tennis tournaments, including the 2022 Rothesay Open Nottingham (4-12 June) and the 2022 Cinch Championships played at The Queen's Club in London (13 - 19 June).

This marks the fourth year of ICTS working in partnership with the LTA. ICTS explosives detection dogs and their handlers have worked behind the scenes to ensure the safe running of what are iconic events in the international tennis calendar.

“We are delighted to carry on working with the LTA. Our Dog Teams provide a versatile, mobile and rapid screening service which is non-intrusive, efficient and well received by the public. Urged on by a distinct hunting drive, sniffer dogs can detect a wide range of items including drugs, explosives, pyrotechnics, etc. ICTS Teams remain the only ones to hold the Home Office Explosive Detection Dog Standard, the National Canine Training Accreditation Scheme – Private Security Sector (NCTAS-P) accreditation”, said Andy Dodds, Head of Canine Security Services, ICTS UK & Ireland.

ICTS UK & Ireland is a leading provider of Canine Security and Detection Services in the UK and Ireland. In addition to patrol services, our Dog Teams can identify a wide range of concealed or contraband items including explosives, drugs, firearms, currency, tobacco, pyrotechnics and electronic devices.