Future of doorstaff regulation conference announced

By James Wilmore

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Related tags: Sia, Regulation, Security, Security guard, Security industry authority

Plans on how to regulate doorstaff, once the Security Industry Authority (SIA) is scrapped, will be the key topic at a conference being held in...

Plans on how to regulate doorstaff, once the Security Industry Authority (SIA) is scrapped, will be the key topic at a conference being held in March.

The SIA conference - 'Phased Transition to a New Regulatory Regime' - will take place in central London on March 30.

Last October the government announced the SIA was being scrapped and a "new regulatory regime" was being "phased in". However the SIA will remain in place until after next year's Olympics.

The conference will "consider plans and timelines for the transition, the future of regulation in the private security industry and security requirements for the London Olympics and Paralympics 2012", the SIA said.

It is the first of two conferences being held this year by the SIA, as opposed to its normal one.

Places for the March conference are limited and will be allocated on a first come first served basis.

Tickets for the event are £192 per delegate. The fee has been set at a cost recovery basis only, with no profit margin, the SIA said.

For tickets and information visit: www.sia.homeoffice.gov.uk/conference

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