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High licensing compliance in Nottinghamshire

Security Industry Authority : 25 September, 2009  (Company News)
Two Notts towns have been audited by the SIA and local police with high compliance being found with security officer licensing regulations
Friday night inspections on pub door staff working in Carlton and West Bridgford, Nottinghamshire found high compliance with licensing rules.

By law, all door staff must hold a valid Security Industry Authority licence and display this at all times while working.

The SIA and officers from Nottinghamshire Police visited seven premises, checking 17 door supervisors to ensure they held valid licences. Only one person was warned for failing to display their licence.

Nigel Davies, an SIA Head of Investigation said: "I am pleased with these results as SIA-licensed door supervisors help the public enjoy their night out. Door staff are reminded that they must display their licences at all times when working, otherwise they are breaking licence conditions."

Neighbourhood Policing Inspector Al Pearson, who covers the Carlton area, said: 'We liaise closely with the Security Industry Authority to ensure all door staff operating in Carlton are suitably qualified, and I'm delighted that this inspection has reflected this hard work.'

Insp Norman England, Neighbourhood Policing Inspector for the West Bridgford area, said: 'I was already aware we had some excellent door staff working in West Bridgford, and we have always had a good relationship with all the licensed premises. This operation merely reinforces the positive work that both we and the Security Industry Authority do."
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