Doorman caught with out a licence saying “I didn’t have the means to pay for it” ordered to pay £787 in fines

A BRADFORD man has been fined after admitting he worked as a doorman at a popular city centre nightclub for months without a licence. Abas Ali Shah had worked on the doors…

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Lancashire Security Boss that provided unlicensed security staff handed a 32-week jail term (suspended for 12 months)

A Lancashire company director who provided unlicensed security staff to a school was last Wednesday (20 January) handed a 32-week jail term suspended for 12 months at Preston Magistrates' Court.…

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Tributes paid to ‘loyal, selfless’ former Newport security guard Ian Newman who has died aged 59

Tributes have been paid to an "honest, loyal and selfless" former security guard who has died aged 59. Ian Newman was a well-known figure around both Newport and Cardiff, having worked as…

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People working in the Security Industry have one of the highest recorded Covid death rates in the UK

Men working as security guards, taxi drivers and chefs are among the groups at highest risk of dying from coronavirus, new figures suggest. Last year, the highest Covid death rates were recorded among plant workers, followed by…

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Muyiwa John Adegbola pleaded guilty to fraud for allowing his brother-in-law to use his SIA licence

On Monday 11 January 2021 Muyiwa John Adegbola, a door supervisor based in Manchester, pleaded guilty to fraud for allowing his brother-in-law to use his Security Industry Authority (SIA) licence.…

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