Register of Chartered Security Professionals admit 250th registrant
The Register of Chartered Security Professionals has announced the admission of the 250th registrant: Deputy Chief Constable Jane Gyford. Being admitted to the Register and becoming a CSyP is means of being recognised and continuing to represent the highest standards and ongoing proficiency. It is the gold standard of competence in security.
Jane has 30 years policing experience and is currently the Deputy Chief Constable of Cambridgeshire Constabulary. Her career spans many roles across public protection/safeguarding, national counter terrorism/domestic extremism intelligence, child abuse and sexual exploitation, anti-corruption proactive investigations, homicide and major incident inquiries, specialist firearms and organisational change. Jane is currently leading on the delivery of the Chief Constable’s vision and strategy for Cambridgeshire including driving change, transformation and continuous improvement, learning culture and operational efficiencies. Jane’s role also includes workforce planning and professional standards and creating the Strategic Threat & Risk Assessment (STRA) process and supported financial planning.
Prior to being appointed to her current role, Jane worked as a Commander in the City of London Police with responsibility for all policing operations and investigations and protective security. Jane led a major transformation programme for the force along with the Secure City programme to design a future proof city and police force in line with the 2025 Policing vision. Jane moved to the City of London Police from the Metropolitan Police where she served for 24 years.
Jane said: “I am delighted and honoured to be successfully admitted as the 250th Chartered Security Professional. I pursued this position building on and utilising my 30 year policing service with three fantastic forces, to strive for more progressive thinking for the future of collaboration with security and police professionals. Together we can provide the highest standards of service and continuous professional development to ensure the utmost safety and security of the communities in the United Kingdom and globally.”
For more information about becoming a Chartered Security Professional please visit www.charteredsecurityprofessional.org