An innovative highway services contract introduced by Serco and Peterborough City Council has scooped a prestigious national award after saving £1.8m for Peterborough taxpayers in just three years.
Serco Australia has welcomed the Office of the Inspector of Custodial Services’ report into Wandoo Reintegration Facility that has found Wandoo’s offender management model is the best in the state, and should be used as a benchmark for other state facilities.
John Harvey, the Senior Merlin Instructor at RAF Benson’s Medium Support Helicopter Aircrew Training Facility (MSHATF), has been recognised by Serco with a global award for his innovative work in developing a potentially life-saving new emergency drill for Merlin helicopter crews.
Today at HMP Lowdham Grange, 22 people are celebrating the completion of a higher education course in criminology. This innovative project has enabled 12 second-year students from Nottingham Trent University and eight prisoners from HMP Lowdham Grange, together with two Serco education managers, to ‘learn together’ in a unique partnership.
The Serco-run Royal Park and Fitzroy Gardens in Melbourne have each been honoured with a prestigious Green Flag Award.
Green Flag Awards recognise the world’s best parks or green spaces displaying exemplary horticultural standards, cleanliness, sustainability, and community involvement. Only six parks in Australia received the award.
Two Prison Custody Officers have been recognised by Serco with a global award after they saved the life of a security guard.
Serco is set to bring a raft of innovative improvements to environmental services in Rushmoor after being selected by Rushmoor Borough Council to manage waste and recycling collection, street cleaning, and grounds maintenance across the Borough in a new ten-year partnership.
Serco Group plc (Serco), the international service company, has been named Preferred Bidder to operate the New Grafton Correctional Centre (NGCC) in New South Wales, Australia.
Serco is part of the NorthernPathways consortium which will design, build and operate NGCC in a Public Private Partnership for the NSW Government. When completed, NGCC will be the largest correctional facility in Australia.
Independent inspectors have today released their latest assessment of HMP Kilmarnock, which is managed by Serco on behalf of the Scottish Prison Service, saying that overall the prison is a ‘secure and well-ordered prison where the majority of staff and prisoners told us that they felt safe’.
Serco Australia has welcomed a report by the independent Office of the Inspector of Custodial Services (OICS) which has found Serco provided a “high quality service” in the delivery of Court Security and Custodial Services (CSCS) in Western Australia.
The outstanding achievements of Yvette Bates, a Senior Forensic Psychologist at HMP Dovegate, were honoured when she received a Butler Trust Commendation from Her Royal Highness, the Princess Royal recently at St James’s Palace in London.
Serco has been awarded a new contract by the European Organisation for the Exploitation of Meteorological satellites (EUMETSAT) to continue managing operations for the Meteosat series of geostationary meteorological satellites.
Prisoners from Southern Queensland Correctional Centre are displaying their work at the Lockyer Valley Art Gallery in Queensland this week as part of the Prison’s restorative and education program.
The Right Worshipful, The Lord Mayor of Canterbury, Cllr George Metcalfe, this week officially cut the ribbon to open a new waste depot built by Serco to support its waste collection services for Canterbury residents.
Serco Inc., a provider of professional, technology, and management services to the Federal, State, and Local governments, today announced that Dan Allen, Chairman and CEO of Serco Inc. informed the Serco Group plc Board of Directors of his plans to retire by midyear 2017.
Good progress in 2016; strategy delivery on track.
Serco’s Employment, Skills & Enterprise business has launched a new programme on behalf of the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP), aimed at supporting individuals facing multiple and complex family issues to move into sustained employment.
Winston Barrett, a Serco street cleaner in Hammersmith and Fulham, has been recognised by Serco with a global award after the company received a flood of nearly 40 letters from local residents commending him for the joyful and conscientious way he goes about his work.
Two porters at Kent and Canterbury Hospital have been recognised by Serco with a global award after they calmly and compassionately persuaded a patient threatening to end her life to come safely down from a rooftop.
A new group of Armed Forces-friendly employers, who will collaborate to further develop the aims of the Armed Forces Covenant and tighten the ties between Defence and employers, has now launched.
Photo caption: Members of the Gold Award Alumni Group at the launch event at HMS President, London, on 18 January 2017.