CONSEC in the Community

About Consec in the Community

As a locally based security provider, we believe in the concept of community and have a mission to work collaboratively with other organisations and public bodies to ensure the safety of residents and communities.

Everyone has the right to feel safe and secure in their respective communities and be free to live and enjoy themselves without the fear of becoming a statistic. Consec Risks’ community interest initiative was set up to provide just that. Based in Brighton but with a view to expand exponentially we hope to improve peoples safety and security by working closely with young people, the wider community and businesses involved in the night time economy.

We have very recently commited to honour the Armed Forces Covenant and support the Armed Forces Community. In doing so we are supporting the employment of veterans young and old, striving to support the employment of Service spouses and partners, aiming to actively participate in Armed Forced Days as well as various other ways we can show our support to those who have served our country.

Consec Risk Management are proud to say we are an Armed Forces friendly Organisation.



Current Projects

We created these workshops not to preach abstinence but to embrace the excitement of impending adulthood by encouraging safe, conscious and no nonsense night outs.

There is a recognised and growing need for providing a safe environment for young people in Brighton. Many organisations work to respond to incidents and improve awareness however they cannot cope with the scope of the problem. Consec in the community will support these organisations by equipping young people with the knowledge and skills needed to avoid dangerous situations and deal with incidents effectively and efficiently. Our workshops will cover:

• Developing intuition and recognising dangerous behaviours in others
• Beach safety, covering meaning of flags, hydration, sun protection (input from Council beach team)
• Conflict management & communication skills
• What to do in a terrorist attack (input from anti-terrorists squad)
• First aid
• Sexual consent
• Outline of all the organisations working hard behind the scenes to keep them safe and what that will feel like when on a night out so that standards of behaviour are being set.
• Signposting to organisations able to offer help & advice in the City. There will be workshops for both genders for people between 17 and 19 as well as first year university students.


Link to BCRPLink to RNLILink to SAFE SAPCE

We are working in partnership with a number of organisations, some providing space for a workshop, freebies for participants, events, marketing and on the ground support. If you would like to get involved in any capacity please get in touch. Collaboration is key to success and we are always eager to work with like minded people who want to make a difference to our communities future.

For more information or to register your interest please email: