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An investigation has been launched by the Private Security Authority (PSA) after an unlicensed security contractor was found to be in operation in the city.
This week, inspectors from the Private Security Authority (PSA), visited a number of retail premises and carried out inspections of security guard (static) services in Galway city. The purpose of the inspections was to ensure that all security guards on duty were licensed by the PSA and wearing a clearly visible identity badge as legally required.
University and Merlin Park hospitals paid almost €1.5 million to private security firms over the past five years for patient security and other security work, it was revealed this week.
The proposed 16-camera CCTV system for Westport is estimated to cost €600k, members of the joint policing committee were informed on Monday.
The Private Security Authority (PSA) has commenced legal proceedings against unlicensed individuals providing door supervisor services at licensed premises in Castlebar.
The Private Security Authority (PSA) has expressed concern at the number of door security staff in the Tuam area found not complying with the legal requirement to wear an identity badge.
A man who got carried away with St Patrick’s Day celebrations, punching a bouncer when refused entry to a city centre nightclub, received a five-month suspended sentence this week and was further lambasted by a district court judge for daring to apply for legal aid.
A talk on internet safety for children, which is aimed at parents, will take place in the Ballina Family Resource Centre on March 29 at 7.30pm.
An ex-business man who quarrelled with bouncers at a city centre nightclub over the perceived dangers and permission to erect barriers on a public footpath denied shouting threats and pointing his fingers aggressively, saying he was simply remonstrating.