Civil Law (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 2011

6.

Amendment of section 2 of Act of 2004.

6.— Section 2(1) of the Act of 2004 is amended—

( a) by the substitution of the following for the definition of “installer of security equipment”:

“‘installer of security equipment’ means a person who—

( a) in the course of a business, trade or profession, installs, maintains, repairs or services electronic or other devices designed, constructed or adapted to give warning of, or monitor or record unauthorised entry or misconduct on or in the vicinity of premises,

( b) in the course of a business, trade or profession, installs, maintains, repairs or services electronic or other devices designed, constructed or adapted to control or record access by persons or vehicles to or within premises by means of—

(i) personal identity verification, including by means of biometrics,

(ii) vehicle identification,

(iii) numerical codes,

(iv) alphabetical codes,

(v) access or other card management, or

(vi) electronic key management,

or any combination of such means,

and includes a person who in connection with the provision of services referred to in paragraph ( a) or ( b) gives advice relating to the installation of such equipment or advice relating to the protection of such devices from damage or interference;”,

( b) in the definition of “private investigator” by the substitution of “in the course of a business, trade or profession,” for “for remuneration”,

( c) in the definition of “security consultant” by the substitution of “in the course of a business, trade or profession,” for “for remuneration”, and

( d) in the definition of “security service”, in paragraph ( b) to substitute “installer” for “supplier or installer”.