Regulation Update

 
Sara Taylor, Deputy Managing Director at Incentive Lynx Sara Taylor – Balancing the Gender Gap in Security In her latest blog , Sara Taylor of Incentive Lynx discusses the gender gap within the security industry. Read on »
David Ward David Ward – Industrial Tribunal fees In his latest blog for Infologue.com, David Ward of Ward Security discusses the recent  Supreme Court ruling. Read on »
Peter Webster - Chief Executive of Corps Security Peter Webster – Ignoring 50 per cent of the available workforce makes no sense Peter Webster, chief executive of Corps Security, a regular Infologue.com blogger, discusses gender diversity within the private security industry. Read on »
Monday, 25 September 2017

Regulation Updates

Small Business Network meeting London

The next Small Business Network meeting will be held in central London on Thursday 10 November. The meeting is being organised and facilitated by representatives from the Small Business network, with the support of the SIA. It is open to delegates directing, managing or operating in small businesses with up to 250 employees. The Small […]

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Next networking opportunity for door supervisors

The next door supervisors’ network meeting will be held in Leeds on Tuesday 15 November. Delegates working within door supervision will have the opportunity to discuss and explore issues about the industry and regulation with others from the industry and with representatives from the SIA. The meeting is being organised and facilitated by UK Security […]

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June meeting for Door Supervisors Network

The next Door Supervision Network meeting will be held on Wednesday 8 June in London. The meeting is being organised and facilitated by UK Security Facilities supported by the SIA. Delegates working within the door supervision sector will have the opportunity to discuss and explore issues about the industry and regulation with others from the […]

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SIA

Small Business Network meeting London

The next Small Business Network meeting will be held in central London on Thursday 23 June. The meeting is being organised and facilitated by representatives from the network, with the support of the SIA. It is open to delegates working for, or managing, small businesses with up to 250 employees. The network meeting will be […]

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Police welcome conviction over unlicensed door staff

Police have secured a conviction for two people in relation to providing unlicensed door supervisors at a Penzance nightclub. On Thursday 13 January 2011, Christopher Nicholas, who runs a company called Maximum Security, pleaded guilty to providing unlicensed door staff to Matts Bar, on Market Jew Street, Penzance, during the summer of 2009. At West […]

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SIA

SIA licensing, introduced 1 December, 2009, has now been in place in Northern Ireland for one year

In the past 12 months, 9163 licences have been issued to individuals living in the country; and there are 51 Approved Contractor Scheme companies based or operating in Northern Ireland.

During the past year, SIA investigators have conducted operations throughout the country, conducting targeted checks of more than 300 security operatives. The most recent SIA inspections reveal current high compliance of 99.5% in Northern Ireland.

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Crucial security & industrial issues tackled at Conservative conference

Defence Matters campaign hosting fringe event at Conservative Party

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Close Protection network meeting

The next Close Protection Network meeting

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