We are in the winter 17/18 NASDU Magazine!

We are in the winter 17/18 NASDU Magazine!

ARK are welcomed as a new Associate Company Members in the Winter 17/18 addition of the NASDU Magazine. It is a great addition to ARK’s growing accreditation’s and certificates.   The article is featured on page 7, click the link below to read more; http://forcespublishing.co.uk/flipbooks/NASDU/index.html  

Wednesday, March 28th, 2018 11:53am

By Georgia Coeijmans

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Vanishing security firm boss prosecuted for ignoring SIA requests for information

Vanishing security firm boss prosecuted for ignoring SIA requests for information

A Bradford man who disappeared when asked to attend an interview at a police station has been sentenced in his absence at Leeds Magistrates’ Court. Muhammad Irfan Aslam, who investigators want to speak to in relation to a case involving the provision of unlicensed security staff in West Yorkshire, was convicted on 22 March 2018 […]

Monday, March 26th, 2018 12:22pm

By Georgia Coeijmans

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Owner of Security Company Elite Door Staff found guilty after unlicensed employee assaulted a customer

Owner of Security Company Elite Door Staff found guilty after unlicensed employee assaulted a customer

On 12 March 2018, Trevor Frater trading as Elite Door Staff was found guilty of supplying an unlicensed door supervisor on six occasions in Alford and Louth, in Lincolnshire. We began investigating Frater in May 2017 when Lincolnshire Police brought the matter to their attention. This was following the conviction of Carl Pettit, a door supervisor […]

Monday, March 19th, 2018 15:11pm

By Georgia Coeijmans

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Wiltshire-based security company director pleads guilty to working without a licence

Wiltshire-based security company director pleads guilty to working without a licence

On Monday 5 March 2018, Siobhan McDonald, the director of Morsec Holdings Ltd, of Melksham, Wiltshire, pleaded guilty at Salisbury Magistrates’ Court to a range of offences. These included providing false information, failing to provide information, and aiding and abetting Paul McDonald, who separately pleaded guilty to working without a Security Industry Authority (SIA) licence. […]

Friday, March 09th, 2018 15:10pm

By Georgia Coeijmans

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