The committee of experts
For almost two decades, the KÖTTER security advisory board has encouraged dialogue between the state sector and the security industry, has been a motor for collaboration opportunities with authorities and service providers, and has stood for high quality and training standards in the security sector.
Dialog, cooperation and design
Cooperation with the public sector places the highest demands on the consulting quality of a private security services provider. For this reason, KÖTTER Security founded the KÖTTER Safety Advisory Board in 2000. The goal: support of dialog and cooperation with communities, cities, states and the federal government, as well as supporting the departments of KÖTTER Security in the designing and implementation of new services. These include "Aviation Security," "Public Security" or "Prison & Court Services," for example.
In preparing security projects for the public sector and the industrial, retail and commercial fields, the Safety Advisory Board additionally supports the senior management of KÖTTER Security.
New recruits profit from expertise
The know-how of the members of the Safety Advisory Board is also worth its weight in gold to new recruits. For that reason, the Safety Advisory Board supports the creation, updating and implementation of education and training measures within the KÖTTER Academy.
The members of the KÖTTER Safety Advisory Board
Wolfgang Bosbach has been a member of the German Bundestag for over 20 years, and amongst other things, has worked as a chair of the Committee on Internal Affairs from 2009 to 2015. KÖTTER Security believes that as a lateral political thinker, he will make major waves in increased co-operation between the state and the private sector, to make use of important opportunities, such as the extreme importance of easing the burden carried by the Police.
Wolfgang Waschulewski is a longtime managing director of the KÖTTER Group and current honorary president of the federal association of the security economy. Based on his varied management tasks in this branch and his function as a manager, he advanced the professionalisation of the security industry and established it as an accepted pillar for the inner security.associations.
Fritz Rudolf Körper
Fritz Rudolf Körper was a member of the Bundestag for over two decades. As the parliamentary state secretary for Otto Schily, the Federal Interior Minister, he made his mark on internal politics under Chancellor Gerhard Schröder between 1998 and 2005. He then became the deputy chair of the SPD parliamentary group (2005-2009) and, amongst other things, a member of the Defence Committee and Parliamentary Supervisory Body (2009-2013).
Through teaching positions at various universities, the Managing Director of Police/Criminal Director (ret.) provides extensive expertise in education and training in addition to his experience in the field of criminal prevention. Furthermore, he has diverse international experience and cooperated intensively with the public sector and private security services providers during his career with the police.