Security Industry News

Security patrols at former Adria factory site to deter anti-social behaviour

SECURITY guards have begun patrolling the Adria site in Strabane in a bid to quell ongoing anti-social behaviour. The derelict former factory site, which is soon to be transformed into a major social housing development, has become a magnet for anti-social behaviour since it closed in 2006. The Beechmount Avenue site is a known hotspot for

Security Industry News

Door Supervisor protects customers from a violent attack at a south London bank

Mohsin Rahim, from Streatham, is a Security Industry Authority (SIA) licensed door supervisor. He was on duty at the Nationwide Building Society in Streatham one afternoon in June, when a man ran past him into the branch. As he was overseeing social distancing and making sure people queued in separate lines, Mohsin heard shouting and

Security Industry News

Covid sniffing security dogs are being trained to detect virus on humans

Sniffer dogs are successfully being trained to sniff out Covid-19 on humans and, according to a leading security firm, their use could become mainstream by Easter 2021. Security dogs are well known for their super sniffing abilities – money, drugs, explosives. However, recent trials have been successful in using canines to sniff out Covid-19 leading

Security Industry News

Guard dogs called in to protect school site

GUARD dogs have been drafted in to patrol a new school site because it is continually being targeted by gangs of yobs. Essex County Council says security of the site, off Alderney Gardens, in Wickford has been ramped up, after a series of problems with anti-social behaviour. It comes after residents reported youths causing fires

Security Industry News

Denton door supervisor saves friend’s brother in car park stabbing

Connor, 23, from Denton, works for ABM Group Ltd and is also a CCTV specialist. When he was on duty on Tuesday 7 July, he received a radio call from security control telling him that a young man had been stabbed. Without hesitation, Connor grabbed a first aid kit from the control room and rushed

Security Industry News

‘Door staff must be properly trained to handle trouble’: What police had to say after we revealed shock bouncer arrest figures

Almost 100 security staff members have been arrested on serious violent and sexual crimes in the past three years Door staff must be properly trained to handle trouble, Manchester’s city centre police chief has said after the Manchester Evening News revealed shock bouncer arrest figures. Data released under the Freedom of Information Act shows Greater Manchester Police recorded 524