Chris Zammit M.ISRM is the Director and Founder of Paramount Security Consulting.
With 10 years experience in law enforcement, Chris successfully transitioned to the security industry in 2017 working with a major sporting code to lead protective security risk frameworks and capability, emergency planning and management functions, state and federal law enforcement liaison, incident response and communications processes.
Paramount Security Consulting specialise in providing tailored security solutions that align with your organisational objectives.
Melbourne based consultancy specialising in Protective Security, Emergency Preparedness and Response, Security Risk Assessment and Risk Management, Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design, Event Security, Protecting Crowded Places and Investigations.
We strive to develop a comprehensive understanding of your goals along with the challenges you face concerning security, emergency management and risk. Drawing on our sound industry experience and resources, we collaborate with our clients to achieve resilient and sustainable outcomes for their organisation.
We believe that having honest conversations to truly understand risks and challenges, places organisations in the best position to protect what they have, whilst strategically moving forward.
Security, business resilience and risk management are often viewed in silos within an organisation.
We also understand that many business models are not designed for resilience, but rather designed for efficiency.
At Paramount Security Consulting, we believe those silos need to be spilled across every department in an organisation to be sustainable and cost effective.
We aim to partner with your organisation to develop a 'shared responsibility' approach, where everyone plays their part, no matter how small.
Understand Your Goals
Protect Your Assets
Move Forward Together
Policing has experienced considerable change over recent years generated by complex social, economic and political changes; changes in science and technology, in laws, values and standards, in knowledge and understanding about the causes of crime and social disorder; and changes in increased expectations upon police by the community. Professionalisation of policing is necessary to address these issues and the establishment of a professional body for policing is integral to this professionalisation process.
The Australasian Institute of Policing has been established by practitioners, for practitioners to further the policing profession and is therefore independent from police employers, government and the various industrial bodies. The Institute has been established with the objective to: