ACS changes published by SIA

ACS changes published by SIA

The Security Industry Authority (SIA) has announced the ACS changes from the latest review of its flagship Approved Contractor Scheme (ACS) for private security businesses. ACS changes have been published the changes will take effect on 1 April 2019,  the evidence from the extensive consultation suggested that the SIA did not need to make fundamental […]

Friday, September 21st, 2018 11:45am

By Nicholas Michael

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Logo update for ARK

Logo update for ARK

We are proud to announce our new logo, with a new website coming soon. The new logo was approved by the board of the Asset Protection Group in September 2018. The new logo has been developed in tangent with a new website, which will be coming soon. Alarm Response and Keyholding as it is today, was […]

Thursday, September 20th, 2018 08:48am

By Nicholas Michael

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Fraud Guard caught

Fraud Guard caught

A  man who claimed to be a security guard who committed identity theft and fraud jailed for five months On Thursday 6 September, at Woolwich Crown Court, Kazeem Oladimeji of Bromley pleaded guilty to an offence under the Fraud Act 2006 of fraud by false representation while working in the security industry. Oladimeji was jailed for […]

Monday, September 17th, 2018 12:34pm

By Nicholas Michael

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Join us at (ACS) Approved Contractor Scheme events by SIA

Join us at (ACS) Approved Contractor Scheme events by SIA

The SIA is hosting a series of events to explain in detail the outcomes of the Review of the Approved Contractor Scheme (ACS) in 2018. As previously reported the SIA have begun to review their qualifications in private security and are now hosting ACS events and meetings that will detail changes. By attending we will […]

Thursday, September 13th, 2018 10:54am

By Georgia Coeijmans

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SIA begins Private Security Skills & Qualifications Review

SIA begins Private Security Skills & Qualifications Review

Security Industry Authority (SIA) reviewing licence-linked qualifications. The regulator has widened the scope of this work to consider by not just the mandatory qualifications. As well as now focusing on how to support the industry to address the skills and knowledge needed by operatives. The review will also look to ensure that robust assessment processes […]

Wednesday, September 05th, 2018 13:13pm

By Georgia Coeijmans

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