Reference Library – England – Worcestershire
We are looking for Security staff to work in the Evesham area .Working within a construction compound, your role consists of ensuring that the site is secure, minimizing theft/ from the site, ensuring that the compound is safe from un-wanted visitors and being a support to the client.For this role, you will need to be very smart in appearance and have strong communication skills also be able to drive to get to site and having a high level of awareness. Work ethic is vital and you must not be afraid to get involved in potential risk management.Shifts are Mon-Fri and Sat/Sun 8/14hrs shifts available.We require you to have current sia licence Job Type: Temporary
Salary: 7.50 /hour Job Type: Temporary Salary: 7.50 /hour
- Evesham, Worcestershire
- Security: 1 year
Required licences or certifications:
- SIA Door Supervisor Licence
- Driving License
There were long queues for cricket fans heading to Edgbaston this morning for the Australia v England ICC Champions Trophy. The Edgbaston road was closed this morning from 8am till 11am and will be closed again for two hours at the end of the match1 between 6pm – 8pm. Armed police were dotted along the roads as people headed into the ground and strict security checks were in place at the gates.
No change to the teams today with Worcestershire’s Moeen Ali, Nottinghamshire’s fast bowler Jake Ball and Alex Hales included. England: Roy, Hales, Root, Morgan (captain), Stokes, Buttler (wicketkeeper), Moeen, Rashid, Plunkett, Wood, Ball. Australia: Warner, Finch, Smith (captain), Henriques, Maxwell, Head, Wade (wicketkeeper), Starc, Cummins, Zampa, Hazlewood.
British doctor and his fianc e murdered by former security guard who slit their throats in brutal penthouse attack
A British doctor and his fianc e were brutally murdered after having their throats cut by a former security guard of their luxury penthouse. Dr Richard Field, originally from London, and Dr Lina Bolanos were killed after Bampumim Teixeira burst into their luxury $1.9million Bhome in Boston, Massachusetts, on Friday evening. The terrified anaesthetist managed to send a text to a friend saying an ‘armed man’ had entered their apartment, but by the time police arrived, the couple were already dead.
Inside police found both with their hands tied and throats cut.
Bampumim Teixeira in hospital where he was charged with two counts of murder (Photo: REUTERS) A judge charged Texeira as he lay in hospital (Photo: REUTERS)
Yesterday Teixeira, who officials say wrote a ‘message of revenge’ on the couple s walls, was arraigned on two counts of murder by a judge at his hospital bedside. The 30-year-old was shot in the hand, stomach and leg during a shootout with police before he was detained. He entered two not-guilty pleas at Tufts Medical Centre in Boston.
Before he died Dr Field, 49, had texted a friend saying a gunman in the house . The pal then called police but when they arrived the Brit and Dr Bolanos, 38, were already dead.
Richard Field and Lina Bolanos (Photo: Facebook) Dr Field was originally from London (Photo: Facebook)
Police later found a black backpack in a remarkably conspicuous area”. Inside, the backpack was filled with jewellery, “presumably belonging to Miss Bolanos.
Judge Michael Bolden ordered Teixeira to be held without bail, which was not contested by the accused’s court-appointed defence attorney Steve Sack. Teixeira, of nearby Chelsea, had recently been released from jail, having passed notes demanding money from a bank on two occasions, according to prosecutors. He is next due in court date on June 8.
By the time police arrived, the couple were both dead (Photo: Facebook) The luxury condo where the couple were found butchered (Photo: WBZ)
According to reports Dr Field was born in Hammersmith, west London, and graduated from Sheffield University’s medical school in 1999. Dr Field worked at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital, an affiliate of Harvard Medical School. Paying tribute, one patient wrote on Facebook: “He was an amazing Dr .
who was so kind and compassionate.
“I always said if he ever moved back to England I would follow him . Dr Field changed my life.”
The Foreign & Commonwealth Office has not confirmed his nationality. Dr Bolanos worked at Massachusetts Eye and Ear hospital as a paediatric anaesthetist and was an instructor at the Harvard Medical School.
John Fernandez, the hospital’s president, said: “Dr Bolanos was an outstanding paediatric anaesthetist and a wonderful colleague in the prime of both her career and life.”