We are EGS Nationwide.

EGS Nationwide is an SIA approved security company based in the North East with board members that include ex Counter Terrorism and Intelligence officers from the Police and Prison sectors.

Security

Geoff Capes

Chairman

EGS Nationwide Chairman for the last 10 years. Geoff has been involved in the security industry for over the last 35 years. He has ensured that the Board, as a whole, plays a full and constructive part in the development and determination of the Group’s strategies and policies.

Alec Wallace

Operations Director & Head of Drone Detection

Alec has vast experience in Security & Crisis Management, Counter Terrorism Training & Instruction to various Governmental Agencies. Alec has served as a Police Officer, with twenty years with the Metropolitan Police Service and eleven years with Derbyshire Constabulary, serving in a variety of positions from uniform dedicated beat officer to Detective Sergeant with the East Midlands Counter Terrorism Intelligence unit and working with NOMS/Probation and the Security Service to manage the risk and threat posed by prisoners who have been convicted for terrorism offences.

Training

Martin Brown

Training Consultant

Martin has been associated with training and development since 1990, delivering medical skills and other Military subjects and since 2000 has worked within civilian orientated training based around his skills as a Medical Technician and Specialist Security. Having previously served in the British Armed Forces and then working in Security Training and management, Martin worked for a variety of Blue Chip companies before joining EGS.

Cyber Security

Amar Singh

Partner & CEO of CM Alliance

Amar is an industry influencer and leader, founder of a not-for-profit organisation Give01Day.com and the Cyber Management Alliance and Chair of ISACA’s UK Security Advisory Group. Several of the world’s prestigious media organisations and publications regularly seek and publish Amar’s counsel and guidance, including: BBC, Financial Times, Al Jazeera, The Economist, The Guardian and The Daily Telegraph.