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Non-Executive Director John LS Malcolm Retires

Non-Executive Director John LS Malcolm Retires

SecuriGroup announces today the retirement of Mr John LS Malcolm QPM from the board, following a very successful eight year relationship with the organisation as both Chairman and most recently as a Non-Executive Director.

Before joining SecuriGroup, Mr Malcolm's 36 year policing career included divisional command roles, and as Assistant Chief Constable (Crime) of Strathclyde Police, he was the senior investigating officer to the Glasgow Airport terror attacks. For Distinguished Services to Policing, Mr Malcolm was awarded the Queen's Police Medal in the New Year's honour list of 2009.

Mr Malcolm has contributed greatly to the most successful period of growth in the company's history, using his unique range of skills and experience. SecuriGroup has benefited vastly from his dedication to the business and we all wish John a happy and enjoyable retirement.


For all media enquiries, please contact the SecuriGroup Communications team at communications@securigroup.co.uk

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