On Friday 13 July, Freeman of the Worshipful Company of Security Professionals, Jordan Smith, 22, was awarded his Freedom of the City of London by Servitude.
Jordan had been an apprentice with the Company for over four years, commencing his apprenticeship in June 2014. He was awarded his apprenticeship through the Royal Air Force Air Cadets and continues to be a part of the organisation, currently serving as an Acting Pilot Officer.
At the recent Masters’ Installation Lunch, Jordan received his Freedom of the Company in his own right. He then went on to be awarded his Freedom of the City of London by the Clerk of the Chamberlain’s Courts, Murray Craig.
Steve Emmins, Jordan’s previous Apprentice Master and current Junior Warden, also
attended the ceremony at Guildhall last month.
Jordan is now enjoying his freedom of the Company as he is a Member of the Young Members’
Group, working alongside its chairman, Jade Davies.