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RST – Berkshire

RST - BerkshireWe are looking for an additional officer to join a team at a private estate in Berkshire. This is a full time role, with accomdation available on site whilst on shift. Duties include CCTV surveillance, foot and vehicle patrol, emergency response and possibly driving.

Applicants would be subject to an enhanced DBS check, financial check and should be able to provide a 5 year checkable work history. You should have a valid SIA license, Full Driving License and must be available to start in early January. Interviews will be held week commencing 11th Dec.

Preference will be given to those able to commute to site. Rate is 130 for a 12 hour shift, rotation is 7 on/ 4 off/ 7 on/5 off/7 on. Package includes 28 days holiday per year and on site gym membership.

For an application form please e-mail info@atticusrisk.com

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Keeping vulnerable people safe at Christmas: a seasonal safeguarding reminder for Door Supervisors

Christmas is coming, and pubs and clubs will soon be full of Christmas get-togethers, office parties, and people celebrating the arrival of the holidays. It s also a time when some people can find themselves in a dangerous situation, either inside a venue or out on the streets, and need extra protection. Door supervisors can make a big difference to the outcome of a night out by intervening to assist a vulnerable person in trouble, and helping them to make it home safe. We want to reinforce some of the key messages from our SIA-mandated door supervisor training, and emphasise the importance of safeguarding vulnerable people in the night time economy.

How can a door supervisor can help to keep vulnerable people safe?

Recognise the risks to vulnerable people being ejected from, or refused entry to a venue:

  • Being under the influence of drink or drugs
  • Being assaulted
  • Being alone
  • Receiving unwanted attention
  • Domestic violence
  • Being too young to look after themselves
  • Becoming the target of a sexual predator

What actions can be taken by a door supervisor to protect vulnerable people?

  • Call a friend or relative to assist them
  • Call a licensed taxi to take them home
  • Use a safe haven
  • Ask street pastors or street marshals to assist
  • Call the police

Can you recognise behaviours that could indicate potential sexual predators? These often include:

  • A lone male seen pestering a customer or member of staff
  • A heavily intoxicated female leaving with a male
  • A regular attendee frequently leaving with different intoxicated females
  • Finding a date-rape type drug on a person during a search

Further information:

  • The Security Industry Authority is the organisation responsible for regulating the private security industry in the United Kingdom, reporting to the Home Secretary under the terms of the Private Security Industry Act 2001.

    The SIA’s main duties are: the compulsory licensing of individuals undertaking designated activities; and managing the voluntary Approved Contractor Scheme.

  • For further information about the Security Industry Authority or to sign up for email updates visit www.sia.homeoffice.gov.uk.

    The SIA is also on FacebookKeeping Vulnerable People Safe At Christmas: A Seasonal Safeguarding Reminder For Door Supervisors (Security Industry Authority) and TwitterKeeping Vulnerable People Safe At Christmas: A Seasonal Safeguarding Reminder For Door Supervisors (SIAuk).

PSNI condemn Omagh cenotaph security alert as ‘sickening attempt to create fear’ on Remembrance Sunday

  • PSNI condemn Omagh cenotaph security alert as ‘sickening attempt to create fear’ on Remembrance Sunday

    BelfastTelegraph.co.uk

    Police have condemned a bomb alert near a cenotaph in Omagh as a “sickening attempt to create fear” on Remembrance Sunday. https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/northern-ireland/psni-condemn-omagh-cenotaph-security-alert-as-sickening-attempt-to-create-fear-on-remembrance-sunday-36311666.html

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Police have condemned a bomb alert near a cenotaph in Omagh as a “sickening attempt to create fear” on Remembrance Sunday. A suspicious object was discovered on Sunday morning in the Drumragh Avenue area of Omagh and officers are at the scene.

Chief Inspector Graham Dodds said at this stage he is unable to say if or how the Remembrance event at the Cenotaph will be affected. The Remembrance Day wreath laying ceremony has been postponed. Cordons remain in place at Drumragh Avenue, Mountjoy Road, Sedan Avenue, George Street and High Street.

He said: Police would like to thank members of the public for their patience whilst we continue to work at the scene . The safety of the community is of paramount importance and we will not take any risks.

“I am aware many people are due to attend today s event at the Cenotaph however at this stage I am unable to say if or how the occasion will be affected.

” I would like to reassure the public that we are working hard to make the area safe and that we will continue to provide updates on any impact to today s event.

“This is a sickening attempt by cowards to create fear and disruption on a day when many gather to pay their respects to the brave men and women who paid the ultimate sacrifice and must be unreservedly condemned. The alert is ongoing and police are continuing to work with the Royal British Legion and local elected representatives regarding the Remembrance event. West Tyrone DUP MLA Tom Buchanan said he was disgusted at the alert which has disrupted the annual Remembrance Sunday commemoration.

Mr Buchanan said: Remembrance Sunday is a day when we pause to commemorate all those from every background who paid the supreme sacrifice . It is disgusting that anyone would target a war memorial at any time, but on Remembrance Sunday it is an act of particular hatred.

“Omagh has a long association of service within our Armed Forces and those who served came from all backgrounds and traditions . The cowardice of those who left this device stands in stark contrast to the bravery of those who are commemorated today.

“Whilst the annual Remembrance Service has been able to continue in Omagh Academy, there has been an impact on the events which would normally take place . It is right that the security forces take all the necessary precautions and I would pay tribute to their efforts in keeping people safe. Sinn Fein MLA Catherine Kelly said those behind the alert had shown “complete disregard” for all people in the community.

She said: “The ongoing security alert in the Drumragh Avenue area has caused significant disruption to local residents and to Remembrance Day commemorations.

Everyone has a right to remember their dead with dignity and respect and those responsible for this security alert have shown complete disregard for all the people of this community.

The alert has seen the closure of Drumragh Avenue, Mountjoy Road, Sedan Avenue, George Street and High Street.

“If this does prove to be a viable device those responsible must be condemned in the strongest possible terms.”

Alliance West Tyrone representative Stephen Donnelly said urged anyone with information to contact police immediately. He said: This is a disgusting move by people who represent nobody, intended to cause as much disruption as possible for those attending the parade.

Those behind this have no regard for the lives of others in the community people are sick of this sort of behaviour and have voiced their opposition to it in the past . There can be absolutely no justification for it and I would appeal for it to stop.

My thanks go to the police and security services for their work in keeping local residents safe . If anyone has any information on this incident, I urge them to contact police immediately.

Belfast Telegraph Digital

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