Recognising the value of our servicemen and women
On 11 November 2017, Code 9 Security pledged its support for those men and women who have served our country in both the regular and reserve forces in signing the Armed Forces Covenant.
Signing the Covenant is our first positive step to promoting new, exciting and rewarding opportunities for those who have served in the armed forces.
The Armed Forces Covenant was introduced to ensure members of the armed forces community have the same access to services, as any other citizen. Support is provided in a number of areas including housing, education, healthcare, finance and new employment.
As of November 2017, 2000 organisations, across a range of sectors, had signed the Covenant including the AA, British Telecom, Travis Perkins, Rolls-Royce, O2 and Babcock International.
The security industry already welcomes a high number of former servicemen and women, as they possess key transferable skills which lend themselves to a number of roles in our sector. Code 9 Security is particularly proud to employ a number of former servicemen and women in a variety of front line and management roles, and is looking to significantly increase this number in the future.
Proudly supporting those who serve.
Code 9 Security are delighted to have been awarded the Bronze Award as part of the Armed Forces Covenant Employer Recognition Scheme.
This demonstrates our continuing commitment to former servicemen, women and reservists; and the real value they make to our business, and our clients’ businesses too.
We look forward to creating more opportunities and careers for reservists, former servicemen and women in the coming years.