Natasha Jones SIA Door Supervision - unlawful bailiff eviction 23.1.2019

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Dear Security Industry Authority,

Natasha Jones SIA Door Supervision - unlawful bailiff eviction 23.1.2019

SIA Number1019814021959663

Active 14 March 2017 - Expire date 13 March 2020

Can you please provide under the FOIA if all your registered SIA licensed holders are required to provide I.D. and a copy of their license when requested.

Is Natasha Jones qualified to also act as a enforcement agent/ bailiff whose name does not appear to be on the Certificated Enforcement Agent (Bailiff) register to carry out enforcement work for any court including High Court eviction work for Equita Ltd or any other company.

Does a SIA licence entitle and authorise your operatives to also act as a enforcement agent/ bailiff without a certificate.

Yours faithfully,

Ed Boyce

Foi, Security Industry Authority

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Good Morning Mr Boyce,

 

Thank you for your email.

 

Our response to the questions you ask below are the same as those we
provided in response to your previous requests for information dated 14^th
April 2019. Our previous response is now published on our website [1]here
if you would like to refer to it.

 

In short, the answers to your questions are as follows:

 

·       SIA licence holders are not required to present their licence card
or any form of ID to a member of the public on request. Please refer to
our previous response for further information about this.

 

·       An SIA licence does not authorise the holder to also act as a
enforcement agent/ bailiff without a certificate. The activities of a
Certificated Enforcement Agent (Bailiff) do not fall within the remit of
the SIA.

 

If you believe that an SIA licence holder has behaved illegally or used
their licence for a purpose for which it is not intended, please tell us
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allegations of harassment, assault or other crimes not related to the
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Barney Bodoano
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From: Ed Boyce [mailto:[FOI #569558 email]]
Sent: Wednesday, April 17, 2019 7:06 PM
To: Foi <[email address]>
Subject: Freedom of Information request - Natasha Jones SIA Door
Supervision - unlawful bailiff eviction 23.1.2019

 

Dear Security Industry Authority,

Natasha Jones SIA Door Supervision - unlawful bailiff eviction 23.1.2019

SIA Number1019814021959663

Active 14 March 2017 - Expire date 13 March 2020

Can you please provide under the FOIA if all your registered SIA licensed
holders are required to provide I.D. and a copy of their license when
requested.

Is Natasha Jones qualified to also act as a enforcement agent/ bailiff
whose name does not appear to be on the Certificated Enforcement Agent
(Bailiff) register to carry out enforcement work for any court including
High Court eviction work for Equita Ltd or any other company.

Does a SIA licence entitle and authorise your operatives to also act as a
enforcement agent/ bailiff without a certificate.

Yours faithfully,

Ed Boyce

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Dear Foi,

This is a good example of what has been allowed to occur in the UK and condoned by the police who fail and/or refuse to act to protect families from rogue bailiffs etc.

Kent Police & Rogue Bailiffs unlawful eviction - Maidstone Against Corruption https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2ImXM1mZ...

Yours sincerely,

Ed Boyce

Foi, Security Industry Authority

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Foi, Security Industry Authority

Good Morning Mr Boyce,

 

Thank you for your email.

 

The regulation of bailiffs does not fall within the remit of the SIA. I’m
afraid we are not able to advise or assist with concerns relating to the
actions carried out by bailiffs.

 

As you have indicated in previous emails that you are concerned that these
incidents may indicate illegal activities on the part of SIA licence
holders, I have passed the video you have sent to our intelligence team.
We will not be able to feed back to you about how we use this information
or any actions we may take.

 

If you believe that a crime has been committed, please report this to the
Police.

 

Kind regards,

 

Barney Bodoano
Complaints and Information Requests Manager

Security Industry Authority
 

 

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From: Ed Boyce [mailto:[FOI #569558 email]]
Sent: Monday, April 29, 2019 2:43 PM
To: Foi <[email address]>
Subject: RE: Freedom of Information request - Natasha Jones SIA Door
Supervision - unlawful bailiff eviction 23.1.2019

 

Dear Foi,

This is a good example of what has been allowed to occur in the UK and
condoned by the police who fail and/or refuse to act to protect families
from rogue bailiffs etc.

Kent Police & Rogue Bailiffs unlawful eviction - Maidstone Against
Corruption [2]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2ImXM1mZ...

Yours sincerely,

Ed Boyce

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A reasonable person may conclude that all these people may know each other and have strong links to the Chancery Division of the High Court and the local authority.

'Thank you for the Public Search & Office Copies link that was very useful and for confirming that although an application for a writ of restitution should according to Chancery practice be normally put before a Chancery Master, on this one occasion on Thursday 31 January 2019 it was very unusually put before Mrs Justice Sarah Falk a High Court judge of the Chancery Division, who did in fact give permission for this urgent application notice hearing that was not included in her list for that day, for a High Court Writ of Restitution under case number BR-2018-001576, in the High Court of Justice Business and Property Courts of England and Wales and Companies List (CHD) that was sealed the following day Friday 1 February .

In fact this application was indeed put in by Michael Abram Goldstein Insolvency Practitioner/Trustee solicitors, a partnership firm J E Baring & Co who are based near the Rolls Building and are also the external solicitors used by Maidstone Borough Council, who signed the application in the name of the solicitors' firm on 31 October 2019, and without stating the position or office held when signing on behalf of a firm or company, for a without notice Order in aid of an unlawfully obtained writ of possession order dated 29 November 2018, enforced on 23 January 2019 with extreme violence that could easily have resulted in death.

It is presumed that all documents presented to the court, a witness statement of Mr Goldstein and the No.66 Combined Writ of Possession and Control Order dated 29 November 2018 being highly irregular and issued as if coming out of the Central Office ( Queen's Bench Division) rather than Chancery Chambers and having been made out to a company and not to a named High Court Enforcement Officer assigned to that company.

In this case Court Enforcement Services Ltd and afterwards crossed by hand and replaced with Equita.

Equita Ltd are the same enforcement agents used by Maidstone Borough Council.

The High Court Enforcement Officer for Court Enforcement Services was Simon John Williamson and the High Court Enforcement Officer for Equita still is James William Metcalfe, who assigned out this enforcement work to Newlyn PLC enforcement agents. Newlyn PLC is without an appointed High Court Enforcement Officer.

Companies House records also confirm that the Insolvency Practitioner/ Trustee Michael Goldstein did not become a director of RG Insolvency Ltd until Friday 1 February 2019 (date the writ of restitution was sealed) and the same day that Simon John Williamson HCEO for Court Enforcement Services resigned as a director.'