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. The Justis Department (Judicial agency for Testing, Integrity and Screening) have wide reaching authority to revoke and refuse licences. Often you will have a right to object directly to the Licensing committee (Justis Department). There is a right of appeal to the
– BAS VAN LEEUWEN (LL.M., Esq.), attorney at law, can help appeal your case in the following circumstances.– Have you had a refusal to issue or grant a security guard or company licence?– Has your existing security guard or company licence been revoked or suspended?– Have restrictions and prohibitions been placed on a licence?– Have conditions been attached to a secuirty guard or company licence?– Has a licence been refused to you or are you facing revocation of a security guard licence on the grounds of ill health and disability?– BAS VAN LEEUWEN (LL.M., Esq.), attorney at law, can represent
– 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 Court which has led to the suspending of the licence.– You may also find yourself facing a serious criminal charge before the Criminal Court. In such circumstances, our security legal service focuses on defence of both a criminal charge and the security guard or company licence revocation.