Job Summary We are looking for a security guard to join our team. The security officer must have valid SIA license, previous experience is preferable.
Duties include being based at site entrance, patrolling on a regular basis, ensuring safe and secure environment at the premises and control access and egress. Will be required to foot patrol every hour, log any observations and do relevant paperwork, liaise with emergency services if circumstances dictate. Immediate start available .
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Job Type: Contract
Salary: 7.50 to 7.51 /hour
- Wembley Park, Wembley
- Security: 1 year
Required licence or certification:
- SIA License
Permanent Security Night Guard
A boxing champion who once fought for a world title has appeared in court after he lashed out at a security guard who caught him stealing tins of coffee worth just 16. Nicky Booth was ordered to pay 100 compensation to the guard who had caught him stealing from Waitrose in Milton Street, Nottingham city centre. Booth, 37, once held the Commonwealth and British boxing1 titles as a bantamweight.
He even challenged for the IBO world title in 2001, but was stopped in seven rounds by Jose Sanjuanelo at Wembley Conference Centre.
On May 4 this year Booth, who lives in Hucknall, visited Nottingham after staying with relatives and going ‘cold turkey’ in a bid to beat drugs. He went to the Waitrose store and stole three tins of coffee worth 15.66, said Lee Shepherd, prosecuting at Nottingham Magistrates’ Court3 on Wednesday November 8.
Nicky Booth boxing at Harvey Hadden in 2003
Booth then returned to the store later that day and tried to get away with four tins of coffee worth 16.72, but was spotted. Mr Shepherd said: “The security guard tried to detain him and he was punched to the jaw . After being arrested, Mr Booth was apologetic for his actions.”
Defence solicitor Chris Saunders told the court: “He comes across as a frail character nowadays . You can see he has trouble getting his words out correctly.
“You have seen he is almost shuffling when he comes into court .
He has been out of trouble for ten years and the problem is Class A drugs . When I spoke to him, he said ‘I need some help.’
“At the moment, he has various illnesses . His immune system is currently attacking his antibodies.”
When the assault took place, Booth was with a former partner who was pregnant.
Mr Saunders added: “It was in effect a warning strike.”
Nicky Booth boxing at Harvey Hadden Stadium in 2002
He must pay 85 prosecution costs, an identical amount as a government tax, and 15.66 to Waitrose, on top of the compensation. He must also complete a six-month drug rehabilitation course.
Deputy District Judge Richard Marshall told him: “You have been out of trouble for some time but you have obviously got yourself into trouble with drugs.”
In 2003 Booth lost a WBU title fight at Harvey Hadden Stadium against Nathan Sting, and never boxed professionally again. He retired with a record of 17 wins from 23 fights, but was later jailed for drug offences.
A fearless JCB1 security guard has been hailed for pulling a woman from a burning car moments before it became engulfed. Adam Sharman, 26, witnessed a collision between her vehicle and another on the outskirts of Cheadle. He, along with another passing motorist, rushed to aid the woman who was trapped.
The two managed to bend the car s door frame to pull the woman out just before the car was completely covered in flames.
The burning wreckage of the car after Adam dragged a woman free (Image: Burton Mail)
“She was stuck behind the steering wheel and the chassis was all crumpled.
“The engine was on fire and we had to bend the car s door frame because it wouldn t open.
Adam Sharman, 26, is a security guard for JCB. (Image: Burton Mail)
“The flames started to get bigger so we decided just to take an arm each and kept dragging her back the car then completely went up in flames . We took her quite far back but you could still feel the heat.”
Emergency services attended the collision between a Citro n Saxo and a Land Rover in Cheadle Road at around 10.15pm on Friday, November 3.
The woman was taken to hospital to be treated for serious injuries to her legs, but Adam says that, if he had arrived later, the situation could have been much worse. Adam, who works at JCB s World HQ in Rocester, said: “If it was someone I cared about I hope someone would do the same thing.
“I always try to help out . I thought to myself afterwards that, had we have been there just five minutes later, it could have been horrific .
Luckily we were able to get her out.”
PC Dave Stubbs, from Staffordshire Police, helped deal with the aftermath of the crash. He said: “In my view these people saved her life . They came across the collision and, within seconds, sprang into action and pulled her from the car.”