Due to our continued expansion, SECURITY KEYHOLDING now has the following FULL TIME job vacancy starting in MAY 2017. MOBILE PATROL / ALARM RESPONSE OFFICER FULL TIME 48 HOURS PER WEEK (4 SHIFTS ON 4 SHIFTS OFF)
STARTING @ 09.00 P/HOUR, RISING TO 09.40 P/HOUR FOLLOWING 16 WEEK PROVISIONAL PERIOD OF EMPLOYMENT JOB DESCRIPTION
Based from our offices in CHARLTON, LONDON, SE7. Successful applicants will be responsible for the day to day patrolling of our customer’s sites, opening up and/or locking down their premises and responding to alarm activations – for which full training and supervision will be given. THIS IS A FULL TIME DRIVING POSITION. Applicants must have a good knowledge of London and have the ability to work alone or as part of a small team. Good time keeping and a flexible approach to changing workloads is essential and a working knowledge of alarm systems would be an advantage. ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS
- YOU MUST be a UK or EU Citizen with EXCELLENT WRITTEN AND ORAL COMMUNICATION SKILLS. Non-UK or EU Citizen MUST have a valid work permit, Visa or accession state worker registration card, within the timescales required.
- YOU MUST HAVE A FIVE YEAR CHECKABLE WORK HISTORY IN THE UK.
- Live within a reasonable travelling distance to SE7.
- Have held a FULL, UK car driving licence for at least 18 months.
- Have no more than 6 penalty points on your driving licence.
- Be aged 25 years or older (for vehicle insurance purposes).
- HOLD A VALID AND CURRENT SIA LICENCE.
- Be in good health, physically fit and of smart appearance.
ONLY IF YOU MEET ALL OF THE ABOVE REQUIREMENTS E-mail your CV to us for a quick response. PLEASE NOTE: due to the high number of expected applicants, you will only be contacted and offered an interview if you meet all of the above requirements.
VISITORS WILL NOT BE SEEN AT OUR OFFICES WITHOUT AN APPOINTMENT UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES
Job Type: Full-time
Salary: 9.40 /hour
MOBILE PATROL / RESPONSE OFFICER
Defence Secretary Sir Michael Fallon said it was “very important to link trade and security” in the negotiations with the European Union (EU) over the UK’s future deal with the bloc.
Sir Michael said he was proud of the link and insisted the UK would go on “playing our part” in the security of the continent, but stressed some elements of that co-operation would require a new deal. He claimed it was not a “bargaining process” but all sides would be “worse off” if there was not a deal. Leaked minutes of a Cabinet committee meeting revealed the extensive discussions about how the UK’s security and defence expertise could be used to help secure a deal with Brussels. The Sunday Telegraph reported ministers identified the UK’s “very strong hand” on defence as a key advantage in the talks. Downing Street has insisted the reference in Theresa May’s Article 50 notification letter to security, warning that co-operation would be “weakened” if there was not a deal, was not a threat but a simple statement of facts. Sir Michael told BBC One’s Andrew Marr Show: “It’s very important to link trade and security because what we are now looking for is a deep and special partnership that covers both economic and security co-operation . Those two things go together.” He was “absolutely” proud of that link, adding: “It’s very important that we go on committing to the security of the continent.” Asked if failure to secure a deal would make the EU less secure, he said: “We would all be worse-off it there wasn’t a deal .
We are expecting to have a deal. “Obviously, we co-operate with Europe on security, not just through Nato – we co-operate through work our police forces do, our security agencies do, through our judicial systems. “Some of that is inside the European treaties, some of it is outside.
“But obviously the bits that are inside the European treaties we need to make sure that co-operation continues, because Europe faces threats – not just from Russian aggression but, as we have seen in recent weeks, from terrorism as well.” Asked about the Sunday Telegraph report, he said: “I’m not going to get into what happened at what meeting, but it is a fact that we have the biggest defence budget in Europe, we are a leading player inside Nato.” A source quoted in the newspaper said: “I think the absolute view around the table was we are in a very strong position and the Europeans know it.
“We go into these negotiations with security and defence being a big thing in our corner.” In her letter to Mr Tusk, Mrs May had warned: “Europe’s security is more fragile today than at any time since the end of the Cold War. “Weakening our co-operation for the prosperity and protection of our citizens would be a costly mistake.”
Sir Michael refused to be drawn on the details of any “implementation” agreements which could cover trade and the economy after Brexit during the process of shifting to a new deal. Pressed on whether free movement could still be happening and the UK could still be subject to the European Court of Justice at the time of the next election, he said: “No, we have made it clear that we are leaving the European Union, we are leaving the single market, we are leaving the customs union and we will no longer be under the ambit of the European Court of Justice. “It is also clear that we have to avoid a cliff edge.
“We need to give business and the various sectors of our economy the certainty that they need that there won’t suddenly be a huge difference between the day after we leave and the day before.” Shadow foreign secretary Emily Thornberry said it was important that any deal should protect national security, but co-operation should not be a bargaining chip. “Not only are they threatening the European Union, they are threatening us,” she told BBC Radio 5 Live’s Pienaar’s Politics.
“Amber Rudd has said that if we don’t get a deal she will stop sharing information with Europol . Are they seriously saying that if they know about a terrorist attack in Paris they won’t tell Europol?” She added: “Either they mean it, or they don’t mean it .
They can’t just keep saying things.”
A security guard who was arrested on suspicion of manslaughter after a suspected shoplifter he apprehended died will face no further action, police said. Kieren Church, 30, suffered a “significant injury” when glass bottles he was concealing smashed as he was being tackled by the 20-year-old security guard. Mr Church, of no fixed address, died at the scene following the incident in The Shires car park in Trowbridge on February 9.1
A Wiltshire Police spokeswoman said: “A man arrested on suspicion of manslaughter following the death of a man in The Shires car park has been released with no further police action.
“An investigation is being conducted for a report to be passed to the HM Coroner for Wiltshire.” Mr Church’s family paid tribute, telling the Bath Chronicle: “Kieren was a much loved son, brother, grandson and friend to many .
He will be sadly missed.” South West Ambulance Service treated Mr Church, who was in cardiac arrest, but he died at the scene. Speaking at the scene on Friday, February 10, Detective Chief Inspector Jeremy Carter said the suspected shoplifter was a homeless man, understood to be from Cornwall.
MORE: Can you solve the mystery of the bloody pillowcase found in the middle of the road?2 He said: “The security guard was from a shop in the area, that is all we can say at this time. “The man who died is believed to have connections with Wiltshire but is possibly from Cornwall.
“He was homeless and it is believed he lived in the Trowbridge area. “Just after 3pm yesterday the police were called to the shopping centre to reports of an altercation between a security guard and a member of the public . As a result a man has died.
“There was a significant attempt from the emergency services to save the man’s life . A post mortem is due to be carried out to find the cause of death. “It was a very busy time with people leaving school and shopping.”
The security guard reportedly pursued the shoplifter for 300m after he allegedly stole a bottle of vodka from Sainsbury’s. The supermarket confirmed the arrested 20-year-old was working at the store via external contractor Mitie.
Onlookers said the suspected thief was seen “walking pretty fast” with something up his top when there was a “scuffle” involving the security worker. MORE: This woman was murdered 30 years ago and police need your help3 Eyewitness Harriet Greenshields, 27, a homeless onlooker, said: “As I was coming out of The Shires I could see this boy and he was walking pretty fast and then the security tried to detain him.
“There was a little bit of commotion . A security guard was chasing a man – I’d say in his late 20s – and the guy had something in his top as he was running so I assumed he was a shoplifter. “I don’t think the security guard meant to do it because at first he was just trying to detain him.
“But then there was a scuffle and the boy must have tripped on his leg or something as the security guard went to detain him and he just fell over. “Once he was on the floor I didn’t see because there were so many people stood round . All of a sudden there were loads of people stood round . Then there was a siren. “Police must have been notified already because they were there really quickly . In the end there was a total of about three cars . I saw two ambulances. MORE: How new laws coming THIS week will make you richer or poorer4
“I’ve got some homeless friends and a little bit later on they said two helicopters turned up . I was quite far away and because there were other people crowding around I didn’t get to see who it was. “There are only one or two homeless guys I know that shoplift, and one of them has not been seen today (Friday) yet.”
Locals hit out at the arrest of the security guard who was “just doing his job”. Writing on Facebook, Natasha Henderson said: “This is ridiculous !
The security guard has been arrested for doing him (sic) job!” Ben Clinch added: “Security guard should not be arrested for doing his job . Police should be careful what message they give out to other criminals.
“The bloke didn’t deserve to die of course not, but security guards are pointless if they are not empowered to protect property.” Sharon Reeves added: “That is so sad . The poor bloke was only doing his job.”
MORE: Person dies after being hit by train5 And Jason Bartlett commented: “Like the security guard wanted that to happen . While it’s sad the man died you have to say if he didn’t have stolen glass bottles down his trousers you wouldn’t need to run and then smash them.”
Sam Morris wrote: “It’s very simple – the guy shouldn’t have been stealing . Did he deserve death – no . Would he still be alive if he hadn’t been a thief – yes! ! Security guard doesn’t deserve any police action.” It has also emerged a TV film crew recorded the aftermath of the tragedy in Trowbridge.
A crew from Channel 4’s 999: What’s Your Emergency ? were shadowing paramedics in Wiltshire when they were called to the shopping centre car park.
- ^ the incident in The Shires car park in Trowbridge on February 9. (www.somersetlive.co.uk)
- ^ Can you solve the mystery of the bloody pillowcase found in the middle of the road? (www.somersetlive.co.uk)
- ^ This woman was murdered 30 years ago and police need your help (www.somersetlive.co.uk)
- ^ How new laws coming THIS week will make you richer or poorer (www.somersetlive.co.uk)
- ^ Person dies after being hit by train (www.somersetlive.co.uk)
- ^ Video shows massive brawl break out at The Albany Palace in Trowbridge (www.somersetlive.co.uk)