INVESTIGATORS & SECURITY CONSULTANTS
<h1 class="entry-title">Tag: trading standards</h1>
19 Jul

Manchester – FAKE CITY

Surelock undercover teams working together with City Manchester City Council and Trading Standards, gathering intelligence / evidence in order to assist with these closure orders read more…https://www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk/news/greater-manchester-news/multiple-shops-counterfeit-street-shut-24494948

18 Apr

£2.5m of suspected counterfeits found in shipping containers – Ealing

On 15 April, following information received by Trading Standards – Officers seized goods believed to be counterfeit – Surelock attended on behalf of their clients… https://uknip.co.uk/breaking/news-261459/met-officers-have-seized-2-5-million-worth-of-suspected-counterfeit-clothes-and-electronic-devices-after-they-opened-up-two-shipping-containers-in-ealing/

01 Mar

Another UK store found with counterfeit wine

Hastings supermarket faces loss of its alcohol license, following the discovery of counterfeit bottles of wine by Trading Standards… https://www.securingindustry.com/food-and-beverage/second-uk-store-discovered-with-counterfeit-wine/s104/a13055/#.YEj0bi2l0lI

Ron Harrison of Surelock appointed ABI President-Elect 2019-2020

Surelock and the Association of British Investigators, are both very proud to announce the appointment as President-Elect for 2019-2020 the highly respected member and Governing Council Discipline Officer, Ron HARRISON. Ron has been a member of the ABI since November 2009, initially attending branch meetings, then got more involved sitting on selection panels for new […]

Surelock is a Member of the “Real Deal”

Surelock is now a member of The Real Deal.  The Real Deal campaign is a cross-sector, partnership initiative, bringing together local authority trading standards services, market operators and traders, industry groups, and copyright and trademark owners, all of whom are united with a common commitment to tackling the problem of illicit traders at markets who sell counterfeit […]

Cheetham Hill: Report reveals ‘Counterfeit Street’ problem

  Part of Manchester has been nicknamed “Counterfeit Street” because of the widespread sale of fake goods there. A report by the Intellectual Property Office (IPO) said items worth £1m were seized in Cheetham Hill, in 2013. Fake clothing, footwear, hoverboards and cigarettes have all been seized in the area. Intellectual Property Minister Baroness Neville-Rolfe […]

Counting the Cost – The Trade in Counterfeit Goods in Manchester

The Government has published a report that reveals in stark terms the impact of counterfeiting and the sale of black market goods in Manchester. Ministerial Foreword This Government is committed to protecting the public from the insidious threat posed by organised crime, and is fighting against its lifeblood – the black market economy. This cause […]