According to the article published in The Telegraph, dated 23 March 2015:Security guard fraud exposed by undercover reporters; Private Detective Preston shares information when it comes to fraud cases.
Upon reading the article in The Telegraph, dated 3 March 2015: https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/law-and-order/11490897/Security-guard-fraud-exposed-by-undercover-reporters.html ; Undercover reporters found out that thousands of security guards responsible for protecting Britain’s most sensitive sites could have purchased their qualifications. The reporters found tutors helping candidates sitting official security related test only too willing to give students the answers to exam questions. One of the undercover reporters posing as a student was sent to Ashley Commerce College, in llford, east London. The reporter was offered ‘fast track’ studies which normally takes a period of 140 hours. After asking the requirements needed for the stringent qualification, a college manager said: “No, you only have to do the paperwork.” Before reading out exam answers and instructing the candidates to copy answers from a pre-completed exam script, a trainer at the centre told the undercover reporter to turn off his phone. Further research by the undercover reporters found out that also the London school of social studies in East Ham also offers the fraudulent services. The BBC reported that one researcher was offered a job at a power station, while another was offered an interview to guard Canary Wharf to with their fraudulently obtained SIA license. One former SIA employee, speaking anonymously alleged that a high number of colleges were breaking the rules. A spokesman to the SIA, which is accountable to the Home affairs, said: “We take allegations of training malpractice seriously.” He added; “We will take immediate action against the licensed individuals concerned in order to protect public safety.” Mr. Vaz vowed to raise the issue with the home secretary at the next Home affairs select committee. Prospective guards must sit mandatory exams to get a Security Industry Authority card.
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