NewsJanuary 70

Tracey Farrar wins Best Door Person at the Owlie Awards


Congratualtions Tracey!

Tracey Farrar, who works as Head Door Supervisor at Queens Court in Leeds, has won the Best Door Person award at this year's Owlie Awards.

The Owlie awards celebrate and congratulate individuals and groups who have made outstanding contributions to the Leeds LGBT community.

The reputation of Leeds as a diverse, welcoming and safe destination for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people from around the world continues to grow thanks to a huge number of dedicated individuals in the city.

The Owlie winners are voted for by the public and this year's event was once again the biggest event of its kind in Yorkshire.

Tracey won the award for Best Door Person 2013. Great work Tracey, well done!

Phoenix Security back Crime Commissioner Vera Baird


Phoenix Security have given our backing to the latest campaign launched by Police and Crime Commissioner Vera Baird

Northumbria Police and Crime Commissioner Vera Baird has launched a new campaign to help employees experiencing domestic and sexual violence and abuse.

Phoenix Security are among the well-known North-East businesses who have committed to adopting a workplace strategy to spot the signs of domestic abuse and to support our employees.

The Office of Police and Crime Commissioner for Northumbria Vera Baird is organising an event for employers on Monday 3rd March to discuss the domestic and sexual violence and abuse in the workplace strategy.

Vera Baird said: "I'm delighted that these companies are among the first to sign up to our event in Newcastle."

Phoenix Security are very proud to support this important issue.

Managing Director Steve Howe said: "Phoenix Security recognises that domestic abuse can have a devastating impact on the lives of those involved and will take all necessary steps to intervene, support and guide any of it's employees who find themselves in this situation."

Firms interested in attending the event can contact Violence Against Women Project Officer Sue Smith at [email protected] before Friday 28th February.

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