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High Court Enforcement Agent & Arrest Officer Positions

SRSW

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Hello CP World members.

Due to the skill sets of Ex Military, Law Enforcement and Security operators i would like to make you aware we have positions available across England & Wales for High Court Enforcement Agents and Arrest Officers.

The Majority of the positions are in London and the surrounding areas but please keep an eye on our LinkedIn profile and website
Security Recruitment Specialists Ltd or email me at gareth@srs-worldwide.com for details and updates on locations.

Thank you,

Gareth Parry
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Security Recruitment Specialists Worldwide Ltd
 

danny56o

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Dont think we need 4 of the same thread though. Just one in the vacancies section maybe
 

danny56o

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I think it means court bailiffs approved to go and arrest people who haven't appeared. Still dont see why we needed six posts
 

SRSW

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Sorry about the multiple posts, its the first time we have posted positions on here and thought we had to place a post on each of the forum headings. I have had some good candidates apply today but if causes problems for other users we will carry on advertising elsewhere.
 

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. I have had some good candidates apply today but if causes problems for other users we will carry on advertising elsewhere.[/QUOTE]

That would be your loss then.
Always nice to see jobs offered to CPW members.
I know you'll find the candidates you need on CPW.
 

gareth

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I think it means court bailiffs approved to go and arrest people who haven't appeared. Still dont see why we needed six posts
You have to consent to give an "Act of parliament" force-of-law.
Having a bailiff or equivalent come to arrest you is like having the Crapita tv license man reading you your rights.
These are civil law not common law matters.
 

buggs

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Clearly the HCEA is just a fancy word for a bailiff(?)
Interesting difference between bailiff and high court enforcement officer actually...

Bailiffs are generally employed directly by county courts and have limited powers (and motivation) - considered slower and less effective. Also are limited to collecting only up to £5000 value at a time.

High court enforcement officers (Sheriffs) are employed by high courts, have greater powers and I believe are paid commission on what they seize. Can collect over £5000 at a time. Are considered much quicker and more effective than county court bailiffs.

If anyone's needing a money claim enforced, get it transferred up to high court.

'Unlike a bailiff, who is an officer of a lower court, an HCEO is an officer of the High Court, and consequently has much greater power. No notice is required to the party on which the writ is executed, commercial premises can be broken into by the officer by any means they choose, and once present in a property they cannot be forcibly removed. Obstructing an HCEO from carrying out their execution of a writ, is, as it was historically, a contempt of court; doing so is likely to result in immediate arrest.'

Wiki High Court enforcement officer
 
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premier

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Sorry about the multiple posts, its the first time we have posted positions on here and thought we had to place a post on each of the forum headings. I have had some good candidates apply today but if causes problems for other users we will carry on advertising elsewhere.
SRSW,

We do want you to post vacancies here, CPW members will apply and you may just get valued employees as a result, I believe that by posting in multple sections you dilute the genuine applicants, as the people looking for work via our forum should look in the correct section, looked at from another angle; if you got the same CV 5 or 6 times what would you think?
I'm guessing it wouldn't be a case of I'll give this guy a go he seems keen!

So as Oddjob said, if you stop advertising here it will be your loss, as I don't doubt you will fill the post but I think it will be with a lesser individual.... doesn't matter to me I'm not looking for work.

Regards

premier
 

bresiuo

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Interesting difference between bailiff and high court enforcement officer actually...

Bailiffs are generally employed directly by county courts and have limited powers (and motivation) - considered slower and less effective. Also are limited to collecting only up to £5000 value at a time.

High court enforcement officers (Sheriffs) are employed by high courts, have greater powers and I believe are paid commission on what they seize. Can collect over £5000 at a time. Are considered much quicker and more effective than county court bailiffs.

If anyone's needing a money claim enforced, get it transferred up to high court.

'Unlike a bailiff, who is an officer of a lower court, an HCEO is an officer of the High Court, and consequently has much greater power. No notice is required to the party on which the writ is executed, commercial premises can be broken into by the officer by any means they choose, and once present in a property they cannot be forcibly removed. Obstructing an HCEO from carrying out their execution of a writ, is, as it was historically, a contempt of court high court enforcement officer London; doing so is likely to result in immediate arrest.'

Wiki High Court enforcement officer
Drawing on our extensive knowledge of, and active time in, the industry, we provide a vast array of bailiff and High Court enforcement services throughout the entire London area and ensure our respected, award-winning service delivers to your specific needs.
Our central Westminster location gives our High Court Enforcement Officers team quick response times for all your High Court enforcement needs throughout Central London and outlying Boroughs.
 
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