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High licensing compliance in Nottinghamshire
25 September, 2009
Two Notts towns have been audited by the SIA and local police with high compliance being found with security officer licensing regulations
Full door staff compliance in Fife
25 September, 2009
SIA and Fife Police have audited security staff in Scotland with a 100% compliant result
SIA welcomes Better Regulation review findings
24 September, 2009
The UK Government's report on a review of the Security Industry Authority recognises the achievements made in reducing criminality in the sector
Burton audit by the SIA
18 September, 2009
One doorman in Burton on Trent out of 18 audited was operating without a valid licence
Blackpool door staff checked to keep town clubs safe
17 September, 2009
Police in Blackpool joined the SIA to check licence compliance of door staff and guards in the towns nightlife
Scottish multi-agency security patrol licensing audit
16 September, 2009
The SIA teamed with Strathclyde Police and the UK Border Agency for a week-long audit of security staff at construction sites around the Glasgow area
Full SIA compliance for Dumfries door staff
16 September, 2009
SIA audit on door staff in the Scottish town of Dumfries came up with an encouraging result of full compliance
Consultation begun on generic SIA licences
15 September, 2009
The SIA is inviting views on the way it should license individual security operators to improve the process of issuing licences
SIA audits Glasgow door staff
07 September, 2009
Pubs and clubs in the Scottish city of Glasgow were recently the target of a multi-agency audit with some offences uncovered in relation to SIA Licensing regulations and border agency violations
Encouraging audit on north-east caravan park
07 September, 2009
All guards at caravan parks in the north east of England were found to be licensed with one failing to display during a recent audit by the Security Industry Authority
Clean audit for Ellesmere Port guards
28 August, 2009
SIA investigators found no violations of security personnel licensing requirements in a recent audit of security guards and door staff in Ellesmere Port
Key SIA Director to retire
27 August, 2009
The Security Industry Authority is to lose its Director of Compliance and Enforcement when he retires at the end of September
SIA investigators swoop on unlicensed guards in Devon
27 August, 2009
The English Riviera was the target for the SIA last week when, acting on intelligence, they targeted the Devon tourist industry in order to clamp down on the operation of unlicensed security personnel
V Festival guards comply to SIA licensing rules
27 August, 2009
Security Guards working at this year's V Festival have been audited by the SIA and Staffordshire police with one guard found to be operating without a license
Network meeting for small security businesses
26 August, 2009
A small business network meeting for small security businesses operating in sectors licensed by the SIA will take place during October in London
Have your say on Public Space Surveillance CCTV with the SIA
25 August, 2009
A briefing and feedback meeting will be held in October by the SIA for operatives to have their chance to voice their opinions on the affects of changes in technology on Public Space Surveillance CCTV in the UK
South Wales audit reveals unlicensed door supervision staff
21 August, 2009
Claims of being glass collectors failed to conceal unlicensed door supervisors in North Wales from SIA investigators
London Olympic stadium guards 100% compliant
19 August, 2009
Security personnel at the Stratford Olympic stadium construction site underwent an SIA audit last week with 100% compliance
High licensing compliance in Great Yarmouth
13 August, 2009
The Security Industry Authority has found high levels of license compliance with door staff in the Great Yarmouth area during recent audit
License checks in Corby
07 August, 2009
The SIA performed another successful audit last week, this time in Corby where only one incidence of unlicensed door staff was found
DoormanÃÂÃâ€ÂÃâ€Âs false claims result in community order
03 August, 2009
A Grantham doorman has been given a community order and has to pay costs after guilty plea of making false statements to the SIA
Coventry door staff audited
31 July, 2009
The SIA and West Midlands Police found most city centre door staff in Coventry to be licensed
Successful license checks in Skegness
29 July, 2009
East coast England was subject to checks by the SIA for licensed door supervisors at pubs and clubs in Skegness and Ingoldmells
Vehicle Immobiliser Network meeting to be held in September
27 July, 2009
The SIA is calling for delegates for its fourth Vehicle Immobiliser Network meeting being held alongside Direct Parking Control
Redbridge raids reveal unlicensed doorman
17 July, 2009
The SIA is continuing its clampdown on unlicensed door supervisors by working with local police to prosecute door personnel who operate without a license
Two license offence arrests in Norwich
16 July, 2009
Checks in the UK city of Norwich resulted in two arrests by Norfolk Police for SIA license regulations offences
High level of SIA license compliance in Westminster
15 July, 2009
The only Westminster door supervisor with no license fled during an audit by SIA investigators last Friday
London doorman found with forged SIA licence
09 July, 2009
During weekend raid in the City of London, the SIA and local police uncovered two violations of SIA licensing regulations including the use of a forged credential
Security company director prosecuted under SIA licensing regulations
06 July, 2009
A Security director from Blackburn has been found guilty of operating a company without holding a license from the Security Industry Authority
The SIA checks door staff in East Midlands
03 July, 2009
Notts, Lincs and Humberside door staff checked in series of raids by the SIA and local police to check licensing status
98% SIA compliance for Staffordshire door staff
30 June, 2009
The SIA is continuing its audits of door staff licensing compliance with checks in Staffordshire which revealed a 98% compliance rate
Clean audit for Paisley door staff
25 June, 2009
Strathclyde police and the SIA have carried out an audit on Paisley security staff with no resulting violations
93% SIA compliance for Tower Hamlets region of London
23 June, 2009
The SIA has carried out more inspections of door staff operating in Tower Hamlets with resulting high levels of compliance
Good results for Fife SIA compliance
22 June, 2009
Security site raids from the Security Industry Association in Fife reveal that most sites conform to licensing regulations
UK resort clubs and bars compliant to licensing regulations
18 June, 2009
Inspections including compliance to SIA licensing requirements revealed 100% clean results for Grimsby and Cleethorpes bars and clubs
Prosecution for unlicensed Bridgend door supervisor
01 June, 2009
Using forged license documentation to operate as a door supervisor results in fine for Bridgend man
More Scottish door supervisors charged for unlicensed practice
29 May, 2009
Pub raid in Scottish county of Lanarkshire results in two unlicensed door supervisors being charged by the SIA and Strathclyde Police
SIA door supervisor meeting to be held
28 May, 2009
The fifth networking meeting for door supervisors will be held in London on the 30th of June
SIA annual conference summary
25 May, 2009
A number of speakers attended the SIA’s conference with discussions concerning standard setting and the organisation’s future
New leadership at SIA
22 May, 2009
The Security Industry Authority has appointed a new Chief Executive at its annual conference
SIA Licence conformance high for Welsh guarding staff
20 May, 2009
Raids on licensed premises in Wales have revealed high levels of conformance to SIA licensing regulations by door staff and security guards in the region
Door Supervisor Training Award for Innpacked Training
19 May, 2009
Bournemouth training company recognised with training award for door supervisors by SIA
Unlicensed guarding conviction for Peterborough guarding company
18 May, 2009
Security company director receives fine and community order for employing unlicensed guards in Peterborough
SIA in joint raid on Aberdeen door staff
14 May, 2009
Working with the police and the border agency, the SIA took part in action on Aberdeen to uncover door staff who were either unregistered, illegally in the country or engaged in benefit fraud with five offences coming to light
SIA extends licensing to Northern Ireland
11 May, 2009
Personnel working in private security industry roles in Northern Ireland now have access to licensing from the SIA
In-house guard licensing not an SIA requirement
08 May, 2009
After reviewing threat levels from in-house guarding staff, the SIA has decided not to extend licensing requirements to this sector of the guard community
Prosecution for unlicensed door staff
07 May, 2009
Licensee in Scotland prosecuted for operating door staff without SIA licenses
Scottish security company raided by organised crime police
06 May, 2009
The SIA instigated a police raid on a manned guarding company in Strathclyde as part of a crack-down on security companies suspected of being involved in organised crime
Scottish SIA contractor scheme forum.
27 February, 2008
The UK Security Industry Authority hits the road and heads to Scotland at the end of February to discuss Scottish licensing impacts with contractors.
Scotland improves security ahead of Commonwealth Games.
16 January, 2008
Glasgow is benefiting from improved security measures and training facilities to meet the stringent security demands of the 2014 Commonwealth Games which will be held there.
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