“Our policy is to rid the industry of unlicensed operators both at contractor and individual level.”
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being prepared and we expect to see these cases before the courts in the near future.
On 1st February 2011 Noel Marsh T/A Lynx Alarms, of
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Dunsany, Co Meath was successfully prosecuted and fined €5,400 plus costs of €5,734 for installing intruder
alarms without a licence. This was followed by another successful prosecution on the 7th February 2011 when Newdex Limited T/A Sleeptight Security was convicted
before a sitting of the Dublin Metropolitan District Court. The contractor, with an address as per invoices of 6 St
Agnes Terrace, Crumlin, Dublin 12, was prosecuted on 37
counts of breaching the Private Security Services Act, 2004 after having taken control in March 2010 of the security portfolio of Leopard Security, Crumlin Limited
of the same address. The company was fined €5.550 plus
€7,400 in costs. Prosecutions against other contractors will be before the courts over the coming months.
Our policy is to rid the industry of unlicensed operators both at contractor and individual level. We are looking at
the transfer of contracts from licence holders who have ceased trading to ensure that no infringements of the
licensing regulations take place. Particular attention is
been focused on persons who previously operated now
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defunct security businesses and we expect more refusals
under the fit and proper section of the Act. Our aim is to ensure that only those compliant with all statutory requirements of business are licensed.
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risk manager magazine spring 2011