Impact Assessments

An Impact Assessment is an important exercise that helps determine the most appropriate way to implement regulation. Impact Assesments are designed to assess the costs and benefits of new proposals for addressing regulation issues.

This page features impact assessments published within the last 10 years. Please e-mail us if you would like copies of any impact assessments from earlier than this.

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Consultation on a future regulatory regime for the private security industry

Published:
November 2012
Size:
36 pages / 187kb
Content:
The Home Office is seeking views on the Government’s preferred option for reforming the regulation of the private security industry – a phased transition to a business regulation regime.
Targeting:
Security suppliers, employees of those companies, security buyers, law enforcement agencies and anyone with an interest in the private security industry.
Cover of the Door Supervisor Top-up Training Impact Assessment

Top-up Training for Door Supervisors - A Consultation Paper

Published:
December 2009
Size:
32 pages / 484kb
Content:
This document is the Impact Assessment for the proposal that Door Supervisors have top-up training at the point of re-licensing. It is seeking opinion on whether the proposed training is necessary and proportionate.
Targeting:
individuals or companies operating as security providers, particularly within the night-time economy. It is also aimed at purchasers of these services; such as owners of pubs, clubs and bars. It may also be of interest to members of the public.