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Enforcement Operations

We work closely with police, local authorities, training providers, trade associations, industry representatives and other government agencies to ensure that individuals and companies operating within the private security industry comply with the law. Enforcement operations are an important part of this work.

Operations may be led by us or they may be led by our enforcement partners with assistance from us. In either case, they will fall into one of three basic categories:

  • intelligence-led operations, which are conducted as a result of information that has been supplied to us;
  • information gathering operations, which provide valuable data that we can use to target our resources effectively;
  • random compliance checks, which allow us to test the assumptions on which our compliance strategy is based.

The table below provides an overview of the operations we led or assisted between 1 May 2015 and 31 July 2015.

This page is updated on a monthly basis. Last updated 3 August 2015.

Location(s)
Partner(s) Involved

July

Bedford

Licensed premises

1 site

SIA and Hertfordshire PoliceGwent

Licensed premises

1 site

SIA and Gwent PoliceLondon

Licensed premises

6 sites

SIA and Metropolitan Police

June

Rugby

Licensed premises

9 sites

SIA and Warwickshire PoliceLondon

Licensed premises

5 sites

SIA and Metropolitan PoliceNorwich

Licensed premises

4 sites

SIA, Norfolk Police, HMRC and DWPGlastonbury

Event site

1 site

SIA and Avon and Somerset Police

May

Edinburgh

Licensed premises

28 sites

SIA and Police ScotlandEnniskillen

Industrial area

1 site

SIA and Police Service Northern IrelandBangor

Licensed premises

10 sites

SIA and North Wales PoliceCounty Down

Licensed premises

3 sites

SIA and Police Service Northern IrelandLincoln

Event site

1 site

SIA and Lincolnshire PoliceWeston Super Mare

Licensed premises

10 sites

SIA and Avon and Somerset Police

Overview of Offences Detected:

  • 9 Section 3 offence (engaging in licensable conduct without a licence).
  • 10 Section 9 offences (breach of licence conditions, such as failing to display the licence, or failing to notify the SIA of a change of address or conviction).

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Enforcement Operations

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