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INNOCENT UNTIL PROVEN GUILTY - SIA NEED TO RECOGNISE THIS

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if a person makes an allegation against somebody, the usual process is they get arrested, questioned, released to attend court, then have their case heard. they are totally innocent until proven guilty. this should be the case with any person living within the UK. lately in the security industry there has been a new body introduced called the SECURITY INDUSTRY AUTHORITY - SIA. they govern the door supervisors and security guards etc. they have drafted in laws to make it illegal to work without one of their licences, which costs

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This petition is being started by Pro-Tect UK Security, 1st floor, 12 Chapel Street, Carlisle http://www.pro-tect.co.uk the reason for the start of this petition is that one of the senior partners of the company was arrested for section 4 public order offence and has had his licence suspended just before christmas, disabling him from working. the reason for his arrest was that he went to assist police officers in an aggressive incident in which they had lost control of, and the doorman also recieved facial injuries during the incident. he had to use a forcful tone whilst assisting the officers as they were outnumbered, but then one officer who may have a personal vendetta with the door supervisor arrested him.

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    Craig David United Kingdom
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    CRaig Mills United Kingdom
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    tom murphy United Kingdom
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    carl wade United Kingdom
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    Adam Ross United Kingdom
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    diane tomes United Kingdom
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    mark jones United Kingdom
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    harry jeans United Kingdom
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    Matt Full United Kingdom
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