The overall private security market carries
an economic weight of 8 billion euros
The Private Security sector currently employs
over 150,000 people
Created on 17 January 2013, ANAPS brings
together organisations representing
all activities in the sector
Guarding – monitoring and remote – transport of valuables and cash management - airport security – corporate and private investigations – close protection – security advisory – training
« I would stress the importance of having before me a united profession, led by an ambitious project, a profession that is a partner of the government in formulating and implementing a security policy to serve all our citizens throughout the country. »
on the creation of anaps
The rise of private security soon encouraged governments to legislate a precise framework for such activities.
This came into effect with the so-called “1983 Law”. This fundamental law regulates a growing industry, establishing strict rules for its exercise. The 1983 Law also lays the foundation of relationships between the private and public sectors.
By applying a code covering ethics, skills and transparency, private security companies have implemented the changes needed to create and maintain a relationship of trust with the state.
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The profession welcomes and supports the political will to reform the legislative framework”, said Claude Tarlet. The ANAPS welcomes the spirit of dialogue and cooperation …
The profession welcomes and supports the political will to reform the legislative framework”, said Claude Tarlet. The ANAPS welcomes the spirit of dialogue and cooperation.
Claude Tarlet, President of ANAPS (National Alliance of private security activities), submitted the Alliance’s proposals for the revision of Book VI of the Code of Homeland Security to the Minister of the Interior on Tuesday, February 19 2013.
The ANAPS (National Alliance of private security activities) Statutes and the Charter of Good Conduct were signed on 17 January 2013 by the Presidents of founding professional organizations …
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The ANAPS (National Alliance of private security activities) Statutes and the Charter of Good Conduct were signed on 17 January 2013 by the Presidents of founding professional organizations: FEDESFI (Business Federation Trust Security), GPMSE Télésurveillance (Association for Businesses of Electronic Surveillance), SESA (Association of Businesses in Airport Security), SNARP(Association of Private Detectives) and USP(Association for Private Security Services, member of CoESS).
The presidency of the Alliance is provided by Claude Tarlet., Philippe Franquet and Patrick Lagarde were assigned, respectively, the roles of Secretary and Treasurer.
The ANAPS declares to be ready for an open dialogue and to profile them as the representative of the internal private security services market.
The ANAPS, endowed with legal capacity, will elaborate itself as a representative body with respect for the identity and autonomy of its members. It will be organized in “Collèges Métiers” (human surveillance, transport of valuables, airport security, electronic security, remote monitoring, and counselling, physical protection of people, agencies, private research and training). The Charter of Good Conduct will be signed by each member containing the principles of loyalty and on-going collaboration.
One alliance, 13 organizations
Founded on 17 January 2013, ANAPS (Alliance Nationale des Activités Privées de Sécurité - National Alliance of Private Security Activities) comprises thirteen organisations representing all the activities within the sector: human surveillance, electronic security, remote monitoring, transport of cash and valuables, airport security, private investigations, personal protection, security consulting and training.
A single and unifying legitimate point of contact
At the present time, when a new legislative framework is being drafted for private security (revision of Book VI of the Code of Homeland Security, formerly the Law of 1083), ANAPS, the product of the profession’s unity, is a clear and comprehensible point of contact for the government.
Concrete, coherent and concerted action
The future of private security depends on our collective ability to meet this challenge in a framework of complementary synergy with public action and not in competition with it. Controlled by the state, public and private stakeholders must coordinate their actions to meet the need for security. We want to act to organise a structured sector with a clear skills roadmap. The Alliance was created to stimulate and strengthen dialogue and cooperation with the authorities, thereby building a solid foundation.
A spirit of openness
At present, ANAPS brings together 13 organisations. This is a first step and new organisations will join the alliance, which aims to federate all stakeholders.
Private security: key figures
> 8 billion euros are generated by the global private security market
> 9,000 companies (+ 6.4 % each year)
> 80% personnel costs are the main expense item (against 31% for all services)
> More 150,000 employees (+ 6.6% each year)
> Less than 5% margins in the sector are low (between 1 and 5%) (31% on average in services)
> 77% of the turnover in the sector is represented by the private sector
MONITORING AND REMOTE
> 1,75 billion euros. This is the size of the global electronic security market
> 550 million euros. This is the turnover for remote monitoring
> 13,800 employees
> 4 500 employees (remote monitoring).
> 1,4 million connections
TRASPORT OF VALUABLES AND CASH MANAGEMENT
> 750 million euros. This is the size of the global cash transport market
> 10, 000 employees
> 350 millions euros. This is the size of the global airport security market
> 10 000 employees
> 100 million euros of turnover
> From 200 to 500 active agents (apart from ex apJs [Judicial police officers] and opJs [officers of Judicial police] who automatically obtain professional certification without using it)
CORPORATE AND PRIVATE INVESTIGATIONS
> 50 million euros of turnover
You will find below the links other than those professional organizations that make up the ANAPS. For more information about them, you can click on their listings.
Portal site for all French public sector websites
Website : www.lannuaire.service-public.fr
Ministry of the Interior
Website : www.interieur.gouv.fr
Interministerial Delegation for Private Security
National Council of Private Security Activities
Conseil National des Activités Privées de Sécurité (CNAPS)
Website : www.cnaps-securite.fr
Confederation of European Security Services (COESS)
Website : www.coess.org
Chaired by Emmanuel Lacour
ARSIS, has been created in march 2013. This association aim to represent internal security managers towards public …
Chaired by Patrick Thouverez
SESA brings together private companies in the field of aviation and airport security and is part of …
Chaired by Philippe Blin
SVDI brings together French professionals manufacturing, designing, conceiving, installing, maintaining …
Chaired by Jean-Emmanuel Derny
The National Union of Private Investigators is the oldest and largest organisation representing …
Chaired by Claude Tarlet
USP Surveillance is the main employers’ private security organisation. Together, the companies comprising …
Chaired by Patrick Lanzafame
GPMSE Télésurveillance brings together companies supplying remote surveillance services via electronic security systems …
Chaired by Stéphane Bidault
Security today is global. Complementarity between human actions, tools and technology has become …
Chaired by Luc Jouve
GPMSE Installation represents companies that install and maintain electronic security systems …
Chaired by Michel Tresh
USP Valeurs brings together companies and groups of companies engaged in private security activities specifically concerned …
Chaired by Alain Fina
Fedesfi is the Federation of Trustee Security Companies and was founded in 2003. It represents companies …
Chaired by Pierre Brajeux
Upholding values, creating jobs, acting as a social ladder, the private security sector has chosen to make …
Chaired by Romain Guidicelli
The National Union of Stakeholders for the Physical Protection of Persons brings together …
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