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Awards for Security team’s support of students/by Natalie Sem
The Security team at the University of Leeds won the ‘Best use of SafeZone: Study Abroad/ International Travel’ Award at the SafeZone Conference last week.
SafeZone is an app that everyone on campus can use to ask for help. It is there to give extra peace of mind in addition to the other support offered by the University and is linked to the Security team.
Mark Bownass, Head of Security Services said:
Danny Malone, Global Customer Success Director presented the award on behalf of Critical Arc and commented that the judges were impressed with how the University of Leeds team had adapted the process to enhance our support of students.
The SafeZone app is free to download and has over 4000 users registered. You can find out more about the app on the Security Services webpage.
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