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The UK Door Security Association (UKDSA) is a trade association that represents the interests of individuals and businesses involved in the door security and security guarding industry in the United Kingdom.
The UKDSA aims to promote professional standards, provide training and education, and advocate for door supervisors and security staff’s rights and recognition. The association works to improve the reputation and perception of the security industry, enhance the quality of training and certification for door supervisors, and collaborate with industry stakeholders to address challenges and opportunities within the sector. This includes advocating for fair treatment of door security personnel, ensuring compliance with relevant regulations and licensing requirements, and fostering a safer and more secure environment for security staff and the public.
Draft anti-terror bill focus on venue capacity fails to address real risk of terror attacks, Home Affairs Committee warns
Small venues face implementing costly new anti-terror measures while larger events fall out of scope Onerous new anti-terror regulations could place small businesses and voluntary
The Night Time Industries Association & Nightlife entrepreneur, Sacha Lord, have written to the Home Office demanding a judicial review following its decision to ban
Following a survey released by the BBC on Door Security Operatives and the violence and abuse they face within the workplace, the NTIA and UKDSA
BBC Documentary on Level of Violence and Abuse Facing Security Staff Nightly Supported by NTIA & UKDSA
BBC Documentary on Level of Violence and Abuse Facing Security Staff Nightly Supported by NTIA & UKDSA Following a survey released by the BBC on Door
Home Office Refusal of Security Business Licensing Leaves Void in Counter Terrorism Duty says NTIA & UKDSA
The recent refusal by the Home Office to pursue the implementation of business licensing within the private security sector will weaken the ability for front
NTIA and UKDSA welcome the Government’s Intentions on Martyn’s Law, having worked closely with the Home Office, key agencies and stakeholders in the development of the
Our Achievements so far
Docuseries BBC customers treating door staff (Petition to gain protections for door staff)
We have a voice and a seat at the table with SIA / Home Office / BEIS & DCMS
Home Affairs Committee evidence session
SIA challenged the business licensing issue
HMRC Position & Update
We continue to influence the Home Office and SIA on direction of travel & gain a substantial level of media coverage for the sector
We have built a strong alliance with BEIS and DCMS who continue to work with us
The UKDSA Team
NTIA Security Consultant
Director, Synergy Safety
CEO, NTIA and NTIA CIC
NTE Advisor, Greater Manchester
Director/Head of Operations
Premium Security Services
Director, Bridgegate Security (now part of Professional Security)
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