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Licensing Application Surgery with Night Czar & Ministry of Sound

Licensing Application Surgery With Night Czar & Ministry Of Sound

Amy Lam , Night Czar of London, has invited us to host her night surgery at Ministry of Sound on Thursday 12 October. At this event licence holders and applicants will be able to find out more about the online licence application process and discuss problems and queries. We will also be explaining the change to the new online system and how best to use your online account. Several of our licensing experts will be on hand to offer one-to-one help and advice on the following:

  1. New and existing applications for new applicants and licence holders
  2. ID documents and visiting the Post Office
  3. Security industry qualifications
  4. Criminality Checks
  5. How to use your online account
  6. Business enquiries on individual licence applications
    How long an application will take/has taken with no progression

Choose from 3 time slots between 18:00-21:00 and let us know which one you’ll be coming to when you register.

To register to attend a session, click here.

Please note that at the event we will not be able to offer the following:

  • A decision being made on the day on an ongoing application.
  • Resolving any outstanding Further Information Request .
  • We will not be able to take any documents in support of your application.
  • We will not be checking documents or taking payments.
  • We will not be uploading any qualification details

NB: This is a ticketed drop-in session. When registering, you will have the option to choose a time-slot to attend the event.

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 FacebookLicensing Application Surgery With Night Czar & Ministry Of Sound (Security Industry Authority) and TwitterLicensing Application Surgery With Night Czar & Ministry Of Sound (SIAuk).

CP course with TSU — anybody taken this training?

CP Course With TSU -- Anybody Taken This Training?Am very interested in taking CP training in SA.

Ronin seems great, but upcoming dates may not work for me (next course also full).

Has anybody taken the CP course with TSU — this school seems good, too.

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Cake slicers, pen knives and Buckfast among items seized by security staff at courts since 2014

CAKE slices, pen knives and bottles of Buckfast were among items seized from people going into Northern Ireland courthouses in the past three years. The figures, released in a Freedom of Information request to The Irish News, cover objects confiscated by security staff at courts since 2014. Items were seized at just three of the north’s courthouses; Coleraine, Dungannon and Omagh. The G4S firm provide security at courts in Northern Ireland and data on items seized has been recorded since April 2014. A court security officer can ask for an item to be surrendered if they believe it causes a safety risk or if they believe it “may be evidence of, or in relation to, an offence”. The vast majority of items were seized in Coleraine, where there were 45 separate incidents in the three year period. A total of 25 knives of varying kinds were removed from people at the courthouse, while there were five instances of staff intervening to seize alcohol. In September 2015, two bottles of Buckfast and a bottle of Kopparberg cider were taken from people at the court in separate incidents on the same day. Among the more unusual items removed include cake slicers, confiscated from a court attendee in May 2014, and a screwdriver last October.

One pair of scissors, two nail clippers and five helmets were also taken by staff during the three year period up to July this year. In Omagh, a stanley knife and lock knife were removed by staff, while three darts and ‘possible illegal drugs’ were also confiscated in March 2015. Three pen knives and a three inch blade were seized by staff at Dungannon courthouse in 2014 and 2015.

Items seized by court staff: Omagh Court: Lock knife

Stanley knife Darts Possible illegal drugs

Dungannon: 3 inch blade knife Pen knives

Coleraine: Rucksacks Cider /beer

Bottles of Buckfast Cake slices Pocket and pen knives

Swiss army knives Nail clippers/files Motorcycle helmuts

Survival tools Trimming knives Screwdrivers

Assorted hand tools

Scissors