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Court fines unlicensed Leeds security director and his company

Court Fines Unlicensed Leeds Security Director And His Company

On 18 August, at Leeds Magistrates Court, Aaron Mohammed was fined for working without an SIA licence. His company, Twenty Four 7 Security & CCTV Ltd, was also prosecuted for supplying unlicensed guards. Aaron Mohammed pleaded guilty to all the offences, on 21 August. The court fined him 100 and ordered him to pay costs of 2,251 and a victim surcharge of 30. The company itself was also fined 100 and ordered to pay costs of 2,251 and a victim surcharge of 30.

The court stated that all the fines must be paid in full by August 2018 when Aaron Mohammed is released from the custodial sentence he is currently serving for unrelated matters. Our Head of Criminal Investigations, Nathan Salmon, said:

Aaron Mohammed was not licensed to manage or supervise those engaged in licensable activity. He supplied unlicensed security operatives to his customers and ignored numerous attempts by us to engage with him. Throughout 2017, we have been investigating a number of security businesses in West Yorkshire, all appear to be closely linked to each other. We will continue to pursue and take action against those businesses that flout the regulation and are determined to root out poor business practices.

We began investigating Twenty Four 7 Security & CCTV Ltd as part of a crackdown on security companies who were suspected of deploying unlicensed guards. We established that Aaron Mohammed had secured a contract to guard at seven sites across the Leeds and Bradford area of West Yorkshire.

On several occasions, from December 2016 to January 2017, we requested information relating to contracts. All the attempts we made to engage with Aaron Mohammed and his company were ignored. To investigate further, in December 2016, our investigators inspected several sites and found two security guards working without a licence at two sites. Deploying unlicensed security operatives constitutes an offence under the Private Security Industry Act 2001.

The security guards stated that they were employed by Twenty Four 7 Security & CCTV Ltd and explained that Aaron Mohammed was their boss. This led our investigators to check whether Aaron Mohammed was licensed as director of the company; he was not and this is also an offence. Aaron Mohammed was formally interviewed in June and admitted to being unlicensed as a director, supplying unlicensed guards and ignoring our requests for information.

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 FacebookCourt Fines Unlicensed Leeds Security Director And His Company (Security Industry Authority) and TwitterCourt Fines Unlicensed Leeds Security Director And His Company (SIAuk).

Security fencing plan to thwart joy-riders at Whitchurch industrial estate

Plans for the fencing at Waymills Industrial Estate in Whitchurch have been given the go-ahead by Shropshire Council. Mr F Worsencroft applied for the fencing because of problems with cars driving around his car park at night. Gary Chesters, writing on behalf of Mr Worsencroft, said: “The reason for the application is to prevent joy riders and trespassers from using the car park in a reckless manner.

“The applicant is having problems with cars driving around his car park at night.

“The applicant has several concerns about this including damage to the car park, liability if anyone gets injured and the time consuming effort it involves for both the landowner and police when damage occurs.

“The applicant’s insurance company also have concerns.

“The applicant owns the adjoining site which does have a security fence and there are no issues .

The new fencing will match the existing fence.”

The security fencing will be put up across the front and a small section at the rear of units 4 and 5.

The front section will be gated and it will be similar to the neighbouring set of units.

Shropshire Council case officer Luke Ashley said: “The proposed scale, design and appearance of the fencing will respect the existing character of the area and will not result in harm in regards to its visual impact or cause any detrimental impact on neighbouring properties.”

Man flies to Germany on girlfriend’s passport as airport security fail to spot the difference

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  • 2/58 26 August 2017

    Eight people have died in a crash involving a minibus and two lorries on the M1 near Milton Keynes . All of those who died are believed to have been travelling in the minibus, which was from the Nottingham area . The two lorry drivers have been arrested, one of them on suspicion of driving while over the alcohol limit. Alamy

  • 3/58 25 August 2017

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    The Wells Cathedral Clock mechanism is believed to be one of the oldest in the world. Getty Images

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    Lavlyn Mendoza (left) and Jennifer Quila celebrate after collecting their GCSE results, at Sion-Manning Roman Catholic Girls school in west London

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  • 5/58 24 August 2017

    Reverend Andrew Poppe takes part in cricket match on the Brambles sandbank at low tide on August 24, 2017 in Hamble, England . The annual event sees Hamble’s Royal Southern Yacht Club team take on the Cowes-based Island Sailing Club in a game of cricket . Spectators from the Isle of White and Southampton travel on boats to watch the match which lasts for around 45 minutes while the sandbank is exposed

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    Former UKIP leader Nigel Farage poses for photographs with veterans and Chelsea Pensioners next to a Spitfire on display at the Biggin Hill Festival of Flight in Biggin Hill, England . The Biggin Hill Festival of Flight is an annual airshow event and in 2017 the airport is celebrating its centenary . The airport only became exclusively business and general aviation in 1959, prior to which it was used by the British Royal Air Force. Getty

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    Grainne Close (L) and Shannon Sickles (2nd L) alongside Henry Edmond Kane (3rd L) and Christopher Patrick Flanagan (4th L) at Belfast High Court speak to the media through their solicitor Mark O’Connor (R) after the ruling on whether to allow same-sex marriage in Northern Ireland in Belfast, Northern Ireland .

    The judge dismissed both cases . Same-sex marriage is recognised in the rest of the United Kingdom but not in Northern Ireland were the largest political party, the DUP has blocked proposed legislation . Shannon Sickles and Grainne Close, the first women to have a civil partnership in the UK and Henry Edmond Kane and Christopher Patrick Flanagan were challenging the NI Assembly’s repeated refusal to legislate for same sex marriage. Getty

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    Ratings line the flight deck of HMS Queen Elizabeth, the UK’s newest aircraft carrier, as she arrives in Portsmouth . The 65,000-tonne carrier, the largest warship ever to be built in Britain, is expected to be the Navy’s flagship for at least 50 years.

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    People watch a bonfire in the bogside area of Londonderry, which is traditionally torched on August 15 to mark a Catholic feast day celebrating the assumption of the Virgin Mary into heaven, but in modern times the fire has become a source of contention and associated with anti-social behaviour. PA

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    An artist s impression showing the proposed London Garden Bridge . The 200m plan to build a bridge covered with trees over the River Thames in central London has been abandoned . The Garden Bridge Trust said it had failed to raise funds since losing the support of the Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan in April

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    Sir Mo Farah stands at the top of the Coca-Cola London Eye as he bids a final farewell to British track athletics after winning gold in the 10,000m and silver in the 5,000m at the IAAF World Championships in his home city

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  • 15/58 12 August 2017

    A dog retrieves a shot grouse on Lofthouse Moor in North Yorkshire as the Glorious 12th, the official start of the grouse shooting season, gets underway.Grouse moor estates received millions of pounds in subsidies last year, according to analysis which comes amid a debate over the future of farming payments after Brexit

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    Hot air balloons in the air after taking off in a mass ascent at the Bristol International Balloon Fiesta. PA

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    The scene in Rosslyn Avenue, Sunderland, after an explosion at a house.

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  • 18/58 10 August 2017

    Police on Goose Lane bridge which goes over the M11 motorway near Birchanger which is closed after a van driver was killed in a motorway crash after what “appears to be a lump of concrete” struck his windscreen and his vehicle hit a tree. PA

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    Emergency services at the scene in Lavender Hill, southwest London, after a bus left the road and hit a shop. PA

  • 20/58 9 August 2017

    Guards march up to Windsor Castle in the rain as a yellow weather warning for rain has been issued for parts of the UK .

    Heavy rain has brought flooding to the north-east of England

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  • 21/58 8 August 2017

    A car on fire in the North Queen Street area of Belfast, close to the site of a contentious bonfire . The car was torched shortly after 10pm on Monday night

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  • 22/58 7 August 2017

    A post-Brexit trade deal with the US could see a massive increase in the amount of cancer-causing toxins in British milk and baby food

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    New world 100m champion Justin Gatlin pays respect to Usain Bolt after the Jamaican s last solo race

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    Katarina Johnson-Thompson of Great Britain (Lane 6) and Carolin Schafer of Germany (Lane 7) and their opponants compete in the Women’s Heptathlon 100 metres hurdles during day two of the 16th IAAF World Athletics Championships London 2017 at The London Stadium. Getty Images

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    The DUP, Northern Ireland’s largest political party have so far blocked attempts to legalise gay marriage. Getty Images

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    Athletics – IAAF World Athletics Championships Preview – London, Britain – August 3, 2017 Great Britain’s Mo Farah takes a photo in the stadium

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    Britain’s Bank of England Governor, Mark Carney, addresses journalists during a press conference to deliver the quarterly inflation report in London, August 3, 2017 . REUTERS

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    Bank of England and British Airways workers stage a protest outside the Bank of England in the City of London.

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  • 46/58 21 July 2017

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  • 47/58 20 July 2017

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  • 48/58 20 July 2017

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  • 57/58 14 July 2017

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