Security Providers Association
Pro Bono Publico
The National Australian Security Providers Association
was launched on the 1st March 1998
Mission Statement of the
National Australian Security Providers Association NASPA
To promote and safeguard high standards of services in the security industry
To educate and inform the community about security issues
To produce quality training programs for security officers and providers
To promote the services of member security providers and security officers
To suggest appropriate legislation for the Australian security industry
To support members in their dealings with authorities
To promote co-operation between police and security industry clients
To promote and sustain constructive dialogue among security industry providers
To establish a constructive dialogue between members and employers
To help mediate during disputes between consumers and members
To represent the interests of the security industry impartially and ethically
The NSW Security Industry Registry has written a letter to all security providers and has provided a list of "approved organizations". There are several organizations listed. NASPA is not an approved organisation and will not be seeking approval status.
Among the approved associations are ...
For those members who have contacted us asking for details about BSCAA we have listed them below: We contacted BSCAA and we found them to be polite and helpful.
Post Office Box 554 Crows Nest NSW 1585
Phone 02-94390142 Fax 02-99068146
Security Providers Association Of Australia Limited
Phone: (02) 9894 1622 (International: 61+2+ 9894 1622)
Fax: (02) 9894 7113 (International: 61+2+ 9894 7113)
Office: 27/10 Gladstone Road, Castle Hill NSW, 2154
Mail: PO Box 8184, Baulkham Hills BC, NSW
For the full list of approved organisations contact the NSW Police Security Industry Registry Unit.
NASPA has no affiliation whatsoever with BSCAA or SPAAL and does not endorse them over other associations. We are providing the links as a free service to our members.
NASPA will continue to oppose the regulation which forces security providers to join so called "approved" association.
NASPA believes that membership to an association should be a voluntary process and that security providers should have the right to choose which association they wish to join.
Members holding NASPA's Security Industry Gold Card are bound by a code of ethics. The card is a symbol of professionalism, high quality of service, and absolute integrity.
NASPA members join us because they want to -- not because they have to.
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