Jayne King, Head of Security & Site Services, Guys and St Thomas National Health Service Foundation

Jayne King joined the National Health Service (NHS) in 1991 and is currently Head of Security and Site Services.She has been at Guys and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust since 2001and the Trust constantly scores well in the staff survey as being responsive to dealing with Violence and Abuse. One of Jayne’s key priorities is the building of partnership links and community working within the security setting. She is currently a member of the South Bank Business Watch, the London Bridge Security Forum and represents NAHS on the Security Commonwealth.

Superintendent Mark Cleland, British Transport Police

Mark has led on a number of key areas including Acquisitive Crime, Mental Health, Criminal Justice Solutions, Violent Crime and marginal gains theory to improve police performance and confidence. Most recently Mark is the Sub Divisional Commander for BTP Western, is working with Detective Superintendent Tor Garnett on Take:90, the response to Violent Crime in the UK, leading Nationally on tackling cycle crime and pretty much all types of crime and safeguarding on the railway in the South West of England.


Jackie Mackenzie, SPAR UK, MD Group Functions (Interim)

Jackie Mackenzie joined SPAR UK in 2016 as CIO where she has been responsible for SPAR’s financial accounts, management information, supply chain and technology operations. She has subsequently taken on the responsibility for central HR, legal and governance issues and since January 2019 has taken on the interim joint-MD role leading the SPAR UK team.

Terence Bourke, Head of Loss Prevention, Cardtronics UK

Terence has worked in the ATM industry for over a decade; previously focused on the safe and secure replenishment of ATM’s, working as the Business Risk Manager at a major UK CIT business and more recently securing ATM’s end to end with Cardtronics, since 2014. A First Class Degree with Honours in Applied Criminology and nine years frontline Police Service experience with West Yorkshire Police have given Terence a great blend of theoretical and practical real world expertise that is now being applied to the Cash and Payments Industry, both in the UK and Globally.

Harjeevan joined ACS in September 2018. He is currently a student from the University of Surrey and is carrying out his placement year at ACS.

Harjeevan is responsible for finding prospects to join the supplier membership, and also assists the Commercial team with day to day activities, managing relationships and events.



Jenny Alleyne, Head of Retail Risk, The Co-op

Jenny Alleyne is Head of Retail Risk Health and Safety at Coop and has worked in a variety of roles across Coop for a number of years. Having come through the business  Jenny remains grounded and understands the changing landscape of crime ,passionately champions the impact of crime on colleagues who work in stores as they are often the forgotten victim of retail crime.

Jayne Crowe, Security and Investigations Manager, The Co-op

Jayne Crowe is currently the Physical Security and Investigations Manager at the Co-op supporting all areas of the business for the last two years,  having previously worked in various field based roles. Jayne has witnessed and supported many colleagues during and after incidents of robbery, burglary, anti-social behaviour and shoplifting and has carried out many Investigations following these incidents. Jayne understands what affect this has on not only colleagues, family and friends and the wider community,  and has over 30 years working in the Retail trade- 25 linked to security.

Joe Rutlidge, Regional Security Manager, One Stop

Joe Rutlidge is employed by Tesco as the Lead Regional Security Manager for Onestop. A Convenience Retailer with 777 stores and over 12,000 colleagues, Joe is accountable for Security throughout the UK and predominantly responsible for protecting the companies’ people, property and profits. Joe has previously volunteered for the Police as a Special Constable in Lancashire and did so whilst studying Public Services, Criminal Law and Civil Law. He has previously held the role of Loss Prevention Investigator and Loss Prevention & Security Manager at E.H Booths & Co.

Nicole Vazquez, Director, Worthwhile Training

Nicole Vazquez has over 25 years experience in providing practical support to organisations to reduce the level of violence, aggression and personal safety risks for their employees. She has developed countless training programmes including a national programme on managing conflict for front line staff in the Rail Industry that is seen as the industry standard. Her advice is valued in the UK and beyond, across sectors including retail, rail, housing and government departments for its pragmatic, straightforward approach and measurable results.