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Churchill Services Group announces the launch of its new rebranded security division Churchill Services Group has today announced the launch of its new rebranded security division – ‘Amulet’. Read on »
Bob Forsyth – GDPR (Sorry don’t fall asleep it’s important) In his latest blog for Infologue Bob Forsyth, Chief Executive Officer at Kings Security writes about the introduction of GDPR and its implications for the security sector. Read on »
Business leader wants “social value” overhaul of government contracts Public sector contracts should no longer be given to the lowest bidder but awarded to “social business” says Phillip Ullmann of Cordant Group. Read on »
Wednesday, 20 June 2018

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Showtime Security Limited Director guilty of supplying unlicensed security guards and owner guilty of intimidating witnesses

On 6 June, at Shrewsbury Crown Court, Showtime Security Guards Ltd and its director, Maria Francis, pled guilty to supplying unlicensed security guards. In addition, the sole shareholder of Showtime Security Guards Ltd, Matthew Davies was found not guilty of the same offence. He was, however, found guilty of intimidation, by attempting to persuade a witness […]

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Paul Barnard Joins the Security Institute Board

The Security Institute is pleased to announce the co-option of Paul Barnard MSt MSyI to the Security Institute Board of Directors. Paul has filled the one remaining place on the board following this year’s elections at the Institute Annual General Meeting on 17th April. Dr Alison Wakefield FSyI, Chairman of the Security Institute, said that […]

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The Security Industry Authority responds to the publication of the Home Office Review of the SIA

The Security Industry Authority (SIA) today welcomed the publication of the Home Office Review (of the regulator). The review was conducted on behalf of the home secretary by Tony Regan, a senior official in the Crime, Policing and Fire Group in the Home Office. The review was intended to consider the relevance of the regulatory […]

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Belfast door supervisor prosecuted for working without an SIA licence

On May 15, at Laganside Magistrates Court in Belfast, Gareth Henry was prosecuted by the Security Industry Authority (SIA) and found guilty of working without a licence. The SIA were alerted to Henry’s behaviour in October 2017 by the Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI). They had received reports of Henry using excessive force at […]

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Infologue.com attends ‘The Benefits of Social Business’ event hosted by Cordant Group & SMF

Infologue.com’s Alex Walker on 9th May attended a panel discussion entitled “From Mission to Impact – “The Benefits of Social business” presented by the Cordant Group and The Social Market Foundation think tank. The event, held at Portcullis House opposite the Palace of Westminster in London, played host to thought leaders and MPs in a […]

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Onwards and upwards: Churchill Security features in Infologue Top 30 rankings for the first time

Churchill Security is pleased to announce its debut into the Infologue Top 30 rankings in the Regulated Security Sector. This is Churchill’s first time in the rankings, and the news comes after an exciting period of growth for the division. Namely, the acquisition of AOS Security in October of last year. In making the transition […]

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Churchill Security Solutions excel in SIA’s latest ACS Scheme Audit

Churchill is delighted to announce that its recent annual SIA Approved Contractor Scheme Audit has once again positioned Churchill Security Solutions (CSS) in the top 5% of the UK security industry. Churchill Security achieved an impressive score of 163, which places them as ‘star performers’ in the SIA ACS scheme and reinforces its ‘Forward Thinking™’ […]

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Door Supervisor prosecuted for ignoring requests for information from the SIA

On 1 May, at Nuneaton Magistrates’ Court, the Security Industry Authority (SIA) prosecuted Tallen Smith, a door supervisor from Nuneaton. He was found guilty of failing to provide information to the SIA, a section 19 offence under the Private Security Industry Act (PSIA) 2001. Smith was fined £500, ordered to pay a £50 victim surcharge […]

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