Security Professionals

Practice Overview

Security Guard licence appeals are a specialised area of the law. With security guards in the Netherlands it is not unusual for issues to come up with regard to licensing. Security Guard licence appeals can be complex and in order to have the highest chance of success you need to be discussing your case with a dedicated lawyer.

Security Licence Revoked

 

The Guard Licence Revoked

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The Chief Commissioner of Police has powers to revoke a security guard licence, but can a council actually prevent you from being granted a security guard licence? As usual with questions of legality, regulation and the variety of circumstances sometimes involved, when it comes to security guard licensing appeals answers

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The Company Licence Revoked

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If the Department Justis revokes a licence, you can object in accordance with the General Administrative Law Act (Algemene wet bestuursrecht) to the Department Justis Licensing Committee. If that objection and review is unsuccessful, the security company can still make an appeal to the District Court. At this stage the

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Security Licence Refused

 

The Guard Licence Refused

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If the Chief Commissioner of Police refuses to issue a licence, you can object in accordance with the General Administrative Law Act (Algemene wet bestuursrecht) to the Chief Commissioner of Police. If that objection and review is unsuccessful, the guard can still make an appeal to the District Court. At

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The Company Licence Refused

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If the council refuses to issue a licence, you can object in accordance with the General Administrative Law Act (Algemene wet bestuursrecht) to the Department Justis Licensing Committee. If that objection and review is unsuccessful, the security company can still make an appeal to the District Court. At this stage

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Appeal a decision to revoke or refuse

Security Licence Appeals

Security Guard licence appeals are a specialised area of the law. With security guards in the Netherlands it is not unusual for issues to come up with regard to licensing. Security Guard licence appeals can be complex and in order to have the highest chance of success you need to

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Common reasons for security guard licence appeals

– Failure to disclose a criminal or serious motoring conviction,– Licensing Authority (Deparment Justis) will arguing you don’t meet the “proper person” criteria to hold a licence due to demonstrating other “bad conduct”.– Customer complaints– Dishonesty– Getting arrested or convicted of a criminal offence in the District Court or the

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