Accreditors & Affiliates
The National Association of Security Dog Users is recognised as a promoter of Welfare, Standards, Training and Education within the Security Dog Sector by the SIA, the Home Office and others.
Project Griffin is the national counter terrorism awareness initiative for business produced by NaCTSO to protect our cities and communities from the threat of terrorism.
Project Griffin was developed by the City of London Police and formally introduced in London in April 2004 as a joint venture between the City and Metropolitan police forces. Its remit was to advise and familiarise managers, security officers and employees of large public and private sector organisations across the capital on security, counter-terrorism and crime prevention issues.
Project ARGUS is a NaCTSO counter terrorism testing and exercising initiative. Project Argus focuses on "preventing, handling and recovering from a terrorist attack." It takes participants through simulated but realistic terrorist attack for participants to learn what would likely happen in an attack, what are the priorities during an attack and to have the necessary plans in place before an attack.
British Institute of Innkeeping
BII is a professional body, for the licensed retail sector, with charitable status and a remit to raise professional standards. We consider the responsible retailing of alcohol to be vitally important, which is why our operatives are both qualified and as a company we support BIIAB.
Armed Forces Covenant
The Armed Forces Covenant is a promise by the nation ensuring that those who serve or who have served in the armed forces, and their families, are treated fairly. As a signatory, Alpha 1 received the Bronze award.
Disability Confident organisations play a leading role in changing attitudes for the better. They’re changing behaviour and cultures in their own businesses, networks and communities, and reaping the benefits of inclusive recruitment practices. Alpha 1 is a Level 2 DC employer.
Westminster Licensees Association
The Westminster Licensees Association was formed in response to moves by Westminster City Council to improve consultation with the late-night entertainment sector and the development of new planning and licensing policy.