Law Court Security Services provide professional Security Guards that are fully insured and vetted, hand picked and have a vast amount of security experience at all levels. We provide Law Court Security in Warrington, Manchester, Liverpool, Merseyside, Cheshire, Greater Manchester, North Wales, North West England, Leeds, Newcastle, Sunderland, Birmingham, London, and across the UK. All of our Law Court Security Officers are fully SIA licensed, CRB checked and insured. We vet all of our Security Guards to BS 7858 2012 Vetting and Screening standard to ensure we employ only the most reliable and trustworthy individuals. All of our personnel receive extensive training to ensure they meet the high level of standard we expect from them. Spartan 24 Hour Security understand the importance of keeping your premises safe and secure at all times. Our Law Court Manned Guarding service is specifically tailored to the needs and requirements of our clients whilst being cost effective.
Security In Court
Many courts have airport-style security at the entrance to prevent unauthorised items being taken into the court premises. When you enter a court building that has security checking, you will be required to place all of your belongings on the baggage scanner. You will need to go through a walk-through metal detector and may also be scanned with a hand-held metal detector.
Temporary and random scanning operations are held from time to time in courts without permanent screening points. You may also be required to undergo a personal search and remove face coverings for identification purposes.
Items that cannot be brought into court premises include weapons, things that could be used as weapons or that could conceal weapons. It is an offence to bring firearms, knives and prohibited weapons into court premises. Knives and other weapons will be confiscated and handed to police.
Law Court Security Guards may hold other items, which are not authorised, until you leave the premises.
- Tools, such as screwdrivers, spanners and hammers
- Scissors and other sharp items
- Motorcycle helmets
- Syringes, which you do not have medical authority to use
These items will be returned to you when you leave the court premises.
People attending court are also not permitted to take alcohol onto court premises.
Threats, including comments made about carrying weapons or explosives or intentions to cause damage or harm, will be taken seriously and entry to the building may be refused. Police may also be called.
Use of mobile phones, cameras and recording equipment
It is an offence to take photographs or to use audio recording devices in courtrooms and court premises. Permission to use these devices must be sought from a judicial officer.
Mobile phones must not disrupt court proceedings. Phones must be switched off before you enter courtrooms.
- Vetted Security Officers
- Professional, Experienced, Mature
- Reliable, Punctual, Polite, Trustworthy
- Self Defence trained
- First Aid trained
- CRB checked
- SIA licenced
- Able to look after your Law Court, clients, and staff
- Available for holiday or sickness cover
- Single shift cover
- Long or short term contract