A disqualified West Midlands security boss who had his licence revoked last year has been prosecuted and ordered to pay £3,000 plus £4,264 costs.
An initiative conceived and funded by the SIA, supported by Police Scotland and the Scottish Business Resilience Centre (SBRC), has won a major award.
A Chester security boss has been fined over £2,000 for employing an unlicensed door supervisor.
Essex security director ordered to pay out after supplying unlicensed security guards at West London school
Last Friday 8 March, John Raymond Daley, was ordered to pay £25,000 and also prosecution costs of £11,000.
Security Industry Authority partners with Police Scotland to tackle hate crime against security staff and others
The Security Industry Authority (SIA) have partnered with Police Scotland in support of their new Hate Crime campaign.
A Wiltshire security firm boss has had assets of over £80,000 confiscated after being convicted of providing unlicensed security guards to a school over a period of 12 years.
The Security Industry Authority (SIA) has awarded a major digital services contract to Version 1. The IT service provider will take over support for STeP, the SIA’s online licensing system, in May 2019.
An independent survey has found that more than three quarters of customers are satisfied with the SIA licence application process.
Yesterday the Mayor of London published a new report on how London’s high streets can be transformed
The director of a South Wales company that supplied events with bogus security staff has been jailed for two years and three months.