Herweith self explanatory copy of my emails to Security Industry Assn and Surrey Chief constable: Dear Chief constable Herewith self explanatory copy of email to SIA re door supervisor licence holder in Camberley. I think there is a case for a licensing officer to call and offer suitable advice. I understand that his fellow bouncers (Afro Caribbeans I think) were appalled at his behaviour. He is provoking trouble. And he seems to have an attitude problem (perhaps you could deport him to Peterborough so he can spit on RAF ?) I wish to draw the conduct of a door steward to your attention. I will be copying this to Chief constable Surrey Police. My nephew is Staff PT Instructor at Sandhurst. A member of the elite Army Physical Training Corps with a foundational degree achieved as part of his PTI training. He tells me that he went out to Camberley to a club door of a club called QU-PASA with a Sergeant major of the APTC. The doorman asked if they were "Squaddies" and told them if so they could not come in. As I understand it the warrant officer offered the doorman ID card sight and assured him they would be no trouble. Having said that. This bouncer at Camberley sounds to me like he should have been arrested by Surrey Police at Common Law (provoking a breach of the peace) and (being a purist) he should have been charged with "Affording aid and comfort to Her Majesties enemies within and without her Realm" (A life imprisonable offence) Because (and I understand there were many witnesses) he apparently ranted in the public area in front of his club "Are your mothers proud of you murdering women and children, whenever I hear of one of you scum killed in Afghanistan I jump for joy" He is described as white in his forties thinning or balding hair perhaps silverish on colour and is thought to be the head doorman. I would ask you to investigate and perhaps to require him to re-take his training course as conflict resolution does not appear to be a strong point. Ideally if witnesses could be found his tendency to try to provoke violence should result in wihdrawal of his licence. The Army PTIs walked away from him. I know that I have only heard one side. But I think inquiry would verify the account given. Who knows by carrying out inquiry and taking appropriate action to advise or withdraw licence you could be saving him from a reaction he cannot handle one day ?