The Court has created two types of Committee to assist with the day-to-day management of the Company; these are The Chartered Security Professionals Registration Authority, and Standing Committees.
The Chartered Security Professionals Registration Authority
As part of the Royal Charter the Company took on the obligation to create and run a Register of Chartered Security Professionals. Responsibility for this is delegated to a Committee of the Court.
The Court created the Chartered Security Professionals Registration Authority to implement and manage the Register of Chartered Security Professionals. The Registration Authority is the agent for the Company – acting under the Company’s delegated authority and operating under Terms of Reference approved by the Court as stated in the Ordinances.
Schedule 2 of the Royal Charter stipulates that the Registration Authority must have a Chair and a Deputy Chair whom are both completely independent of the Court.
For full details of the Chartered Security Professionals and its Registration Authority, please click here.
The Court has created a number of Standing Committees to assist with the day-to-day management of the Company. Each Standing Committee has a specific remit and operates under Terms of Reference approved by the Court and listed in the Ordinances. The Company’s Standing Committees deal with:
- Finance, Audit and other General Purposes;
- Events and Communications;
- and Young Members.
A Standing Committee of Court must be chaired by a Court Assistant appointed by the Court.