Night Time Checks In Nottingham And Chesterfield

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Saturday, 26 May 2018

Night Time Checks In Nottingham And Chesterfield

Night time inspections to ensure Nottingham and Chesterfield’s city centres’ pubs and clubs are being protected by licensed door supervisors showed 98% compliance with the law. In Nottingham, Security Industry Authority investigators and Nottingham Police checked 119 door staff working at 29 city centre venues. There was 97.5% compliance, with only three individuals found working without SIA licences – they will be dealt by the police. In Chesterfield, of the 44 door supervisors at 18 venues inspected by SIA investigators just one was unlicensed, compliance of 98%. Jackie Munn, an SIA Head of Investigation said: “It is important for the public to know that they are being protected by trained and qualified door staff so this result is reassuring.”

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