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Gloucestershire door supervisor fined for working with suspended licence

December 23, 2020

Stephen Stuckle, 50, pleaded guilty at Cheltenham Magistrates’ Court on 15 December. The court imposed a fine of £250, plus costs of £300 and a victim surcharge of £32. Stuckle had failed to notify the Security Industry Authority (SIA) that he had been cautioned by the police for domestic assault in 2019. He also neglected […]

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Security Industry Authority updated licensing statistics

December 22, 2020

The Security Industry Authority (SIA) has published the licensing statistics for the annual period up to 30th November 2020 and we have compared this to the figures issued up to 31st August 2020. There have been no major changes in the trends, however, there is an increase of 6,042 licences held giving a total number […]

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SIA suspends over 130 licences and seeks retraining after investigating training fraud

December 15, 2020

Last month, the Security Industry Authority (SIA) suspended more than 130 SIA licences as an ongoing criminal investigation revealed that some licence-holders may not have been awarded their qualifications legitimately. Individuals are licensed by the SIA to work in seven different sectors, including door supervision, security guarding, and close protection. Licence applicants must complete sector-specific […]

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The SIA issue their Corporate Plan for the next 3 years

December 7, 2020

The Security Industry Authority have issued their Corporate Plan covering the period 2020 to 2023. The plan includes the priorities for the next 3 years what the SIA hope to achieve in relation to those priorities the actions the SIA will take over the life of this plan how the SIA will measure success To […]

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Aberdare doorman jailed for nightclub assault

December 3, 2020

Two Aberdare nightclub door supervisors have been sentenced following a brutal attack on a customer over the August Bank Holiday weekend last year. On 18 August 2020, Robert Picton, from Barry, and Gregory Cuthbert, from Caerphilly, pleaded guilty at Merthyr Tydfil Crown Court to assaulting a 21-year old man at the Judges & Jurys nightclub […]

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