KILLED Investigator alleges 'Putinesque' deals in Auckland events security

Fri, 25 Jan 2013

(KILLED after receipt of a confidentiality order at 5.09pm - all clients notified) (UPDATE includes Colthurst's licencing as a security operator, hearing date for P4G licence, quotes DIA on process, adds context on the complainant company) By Pattrick Smellie Jan 25 (BusinessDesk) - A senior investigator for the Department of Internal Affairs has described arrangements between licenced and unlicenced providers of security for major events in Auckland, and shed light on why an unlicenced operator became a key adviser for Rugby World Cup secu...

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