State Security Associations
The Security Providers Association of Australia Limited (SPAAL)
The Security Providers Association of Australia Limited (SPAAL) is a national security industry association and approved security industry association for security providers, providing industry education, compliance and business services.
SPAAL’s membership is a diverse range of security companies and professionals and we have continuous engagement with Federal and State Governments, Standards Australia and the Construction and Property Services Industry Skills Council (CPSISC).
Queensland Security Association Incorporated
- To promote and safeguard high standards of service in the industry and represent the interests of members both impartially and ethically.
- To promote the services of our members and help mediate during disputes between consumers.
- To submit appropriate legislation for the security industry through constructive dialogue with other industry associations.
- To support members in their dealings with government authorities and promote cooperation between police and the industry.
- To encourage quality training programs for security officers, installers and providers.
The Security Institute of South Australia
The Security Institute of South Australia (SISA) was established in June 1972 as a voluntary, non-profit organisation with membership open to individuals or corporations engaged in security duties.
SISA now has the largest membership of any body representing the security industry within South Australia.
SISA exists to further the professionalism of the security industry in South Australia.
The Victorian Security Institute Inc.
The primary objective of the VSI is to provide a forum for the advancement of Security Professionals and the industry in which they work.
The Victorian Security Institute (VSI) was established in 1973 by security professionals in order to develop the science of security management and to develop and direct the professional standards of the security industry. Today, the membership consists of security practitioners and educators from a broad range of industries who share a common belief in the value of high professional and ethical standards for the security industry. As a means to this end the Institute has initiated and developed educational and professional development programs to assist its membership and the security industry.
In summary, the VSI aims to:
- Promote and have input into the development of professional standards.
- Encourage and facilitate professional development
- Act as a conduit through which information can be communicated to members, and
- Provide networking opportunities for the betterment of its members.