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Clean audit for Paisley door staff

Security Industry Authority : 25 June, 2009  (Company News)
Strathclyde police and the SIA have carried out an audit on Paisley security staff with no resulting violations
All door staff checked were found to be working with a licence when the Security Industry Authority and police carried out their first joint operation in Paisley on Friday (19 June).

SIA Investigators and officers from Strathclyde Police visited 11 sites in Paisley town centre checking 19 door supervisors, all of whom held a valid SIA licence.

By law, all individuals working as door staff must hold an SIA licence and display this while working.

SIA Head of Investigation Sharon Roberts said: "Following on from the success of targeted checks in Scotland earlier in the year, I was very pleased to see 100% compliance in the town. We will continue to work with police in the area to ensure that only fully trained and licensed individuals are working on the doors, giving the public reassurance when they are on a night out."

Paisley police Licensing sergeant Clare Riddoch said: "We were keen to conduct a joint operation with the SIA, checking that premises who utilise door stewards were operating legally in Paisley Town Centre. We are pleased to see that those checked were fully compliant and badged. With additional town centre police patrols and the co-operation of local licensees we will continue to provide public reassurance for people coming into the town to enjoy the pubs and clubs."
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