Baroness Henig CBE
Baroness Henig joined SecuriGroup after completing two successful terms as Chair of the Home Office Regulator, the Security Industry Authority (SIA). Baroness Henig’s commitment to security and policing is well documented having held the post of Chair of Lancashire Police Authority and the Chair of the Association of Police Authorities in England and Wales which led to the award of a CBE in 2000 for services to policing. The Baroness also served on the National Criminal Justice Board and Street Crime Action Group, chaired by the then Prime Minister, Tony Blair.
She was appointed as Deputy Lieutenant for Lancashire in 2002 and made a life peer in 2004 as Baroness Henig of Lancaster. As a Deputy Speaker of the House of Lords, Baroness Henig takes her place on the European Security Committee on Foreign Affairs and is a member of the Independent Policing Commission.
Alan Morton founded the organisation in 1994, leading it to its current position as one of the UK’s fastest growing security companies. As Chief Executive, supported by the non-executive board, he takes overall responsibility for corporate and financial strategies.
Russel Kerr BSc (Hons) MSyl
A graduate of the University of Aberdeen, Russel Kerr joined the board in 2001 before his appointment as Managing Director in 2003. Russel is the current Chair of the British Security Industry Association, a member of the Security Institute and sits on the SIA’s Strategic Consultation Group and is a Governance Board Member of the Security Alliance.
As a specialist paralegal in licensing from the University of Strathclyde, he presents legal updates on the Private Security Industry Act 2001 to the annual Law Society Conference and is the Vice Chair of the British Institute of Innkeeping in Scotland.