Combat Stress is announced as the charity partner of the International Security Expo 2018

The UK’s leading charity for veterans’ mental health, Combat Stress, has been announced as the charity partner of this year’s International Security Expo.

Held on 28 and 29 November 2018 at London Olympia, the International Security Expo is the premier global security showcase attracting an audience of over 12,000 international visitors from Government, Military, Transport, Intelligence, Major Events, Law Enforcement, Emergency Services, CNI and the Private Sector

Lieutenant General Andrew Graham CB CBE, Chairman of Combat Stress said;

“We are so grateful to the International Security Expo for choosing Combat Stress as their charity partner for a second year.  

“We recognise the importance of the security industry in its offer of fulfilling employment and careers to many veterans. It is important that we are able to let the industry know more about the charity and how we are on hand to help veterans across the UK who may struggle with their mental health. Former servicemen and women are an invaluable asset for business. The International Security Expo is a great opportunity for us to raise awareness among employers in the sector, of the work we do and the support we can offer them and their employees should the need arise.”

Peter Jones, International Security said;

“It’s essential that we support Combat Stress because they are one of the few places that veterans, returning from conflict can go for support. We’ve seen at first hand the work they do at one of their specialist centres and you can’t help but be inspired and moved by the work they do.

“Many military servicemen and women attend our show as well as people who have switched careers to the security industry, which is why we are immensely proud to be supporting them again this year.”

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