Door Supervisors

JS Security provide security services to the leisure industry, we supply our customers with the knowledge and experience required to assist in running a successful security and safety programme within all kinds of venues.

Professional, Presentable Door Supervisors

Our entire team of Door Supervisors are personable, presentable, and receive regular ongoing training to ensure they are up to date on relevant legislation, including but not limited to the Licensing Act 2003.

In addition to legislative training, our team receive training on drug awareness, equality and diversity, health and safety, fire procedures, arrest and conflict management, many of our Door Supervisors opting to take extended skills training.

In accordance with the Private Security Industry Act 2001, all of our Door Supervisors are regulated and licensed by the Security Industry Authority (SIA).

What is the Role of Door Supervisor?

Essentially the role of the door supervisor is to assess whether people wishing to enter the premises is suitable. If they decide that they are not then they do not grant access to let them in.

If aggressive or disruptive behaviour occurs then it is the role of the door supervisor, or ‘bouncer’ as they are also known, to deal with the situation whilst minimising disruption.

If an event occurs where the police are involved then the door supervisors aide the police by offering any information helpful to the situation. All door supervisors adhere to the codes of conduct laid out by the police.

Excellent Level of Security

Door supervisors provide an excellent level of security for you and your premises offering you peace of mind and a sense of well-being and safety. This allows you to concentrate fully on managing your venue.