Posts Tagged 'Prosecution'

Door Supervisor Prosecuted and Fined more than £7,000

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The SIA reports that it has prosecuted a Peterborough Door Supervisor who has been fined more than £7,000 for working without a license. In this instance that gentleman concerned had had his license revoked, but continued to work as a Door Supervisor. He was caught working during a raid in September 2011 at a bar in March in Cambridgeshire.

He was one of five caught during a series of raids conducted at that time, but the SIA ...

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SIA Prosecute second Time Round Offender

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The SIA has proven that it follows up prosecutions by keeping an eye on previous offenders. Revealing another recent conviction success on its’ website, the SIA says:

“An Accrington (Lancashire) man has been ordered to serve 250 hours of community service after being found guilty of flouting security rules for a second time.

Yesterday [23 May] at Blackburn Magistrates’ Court, Alan Neil Brownridge of Pansy Street South, Accrington, was found guilty of working as an unlicensed door supervisor.

Brownridge was convicted in his ...

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Latest SIA Prosecution

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The SIA have published information on the latest prosecution of a Door Supervisor, who was working without a license. In this instance, though, this was because the person concerned had had their license revoked. This underlines the importance of checking not only that your security staff have a license, but to ensure that it is valid. The SIA states on its’ website:

“At Peterborough Magistrates’ Court on Wednesday [23 May], Scott Lee Greensmith was sentenced to a 12 month community service ...

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SIA: East Midlands Director Guilty of

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In a recent communication the SIA have proved that they still have teeth (Life in the Old Dog Yet) despite the change due after the Olympics. A number of people have thought that, because they are on their way out, enforcement by the SIA is likely to be more lax and prosecutions fewer. This local example proves otherwise:

Unlicensed Derby Director to Pay £14k for Security Offences A Derby director has been ordered to pay £14,000 after pleading guilty ...

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