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    Protection in India?

    My team has a potential client traveling to India. I've heard it's not as pleasent as it should be. One of our agents seems to think the threat level for Americans in India is significantly high, specially in the ares we are going to. What are your takes on this? Is India a high risk work area?
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    Project 4 - Security & Surveillance Services - Introduction

    Project 4 - Security & Surveillance Services Project 4 Hello All I would just like to introduce myself and my company to the membership. I am Kevin Whyte and I own Project 4. We are a specialist security provider, based on the Costa del Sol, Spain. We offer various services to our...
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    Working for the UN

    HI all Just a quick bit of info for people who are interested in working for the UN. Go to www.jobs.un.org First you need to register and create a profile before u can apply for any jobs you like the sound of. Once you are registered and logged in there will be a box on the bottom of the...
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    CCTV in the UK; will we ever know when we've been had?

    We were told in the misty past that close circuit telly will solve our many ills...the defence of privacy was shot down with 'if you've nowt to hide, then you shouldn't worry'. Did not the Hillsborough disaster in 1989 create anger when it was suggested that the CCTV in the Leppings Lane...
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    If the MI5 is supposed to be a SECRET service, why have the media been allowed to

    publicise thier evidence? Obviously the secret service are there for a reason, even despite reported blunders by the media, FFS the secret service is supposed to be.. well our best, excuse the pun! Do employees of the media get a personal kick out of ruining everything in thier path? Yes they...
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    Why are Bouncers/Doormen not given stab vests ?

    But it isnt the club goers duty to throw people out. Lots of bouncers have been stabbed and murdered. Common sense would say a stab vest was worth the £150 in this job.
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    If bouncers and have a go heroes are allowed to protect, R people allowed to...

    ...defend own family? And property without being arrested in England?
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    Is it legal for a nightclub bouncer to seize my property?

    We have an argument going with a former bouncer who claims that he would confiscate peoples' property if it was against the nightclub rules. Examples: Marijuana, outside alcohol, water, weapons. Most of us believe that a bouncer does not have this authority and this person's actions were...
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    SURVEILLANCE detection

    SURVEILLANCE DETECTION The Problem Defence against concerted attacks by terrorists and criminals on a fixed facility, or key personnel in transit, is often problematic for a number of reasons. Even well trained and equipped guards, a state-of-the-art CCTV system and a good relationship...
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    Close Protection Jobs

    Close Protection Jobs Are you looking to get employed in Close Protection? Then advertise yourself on this forum for free allowing employers to approach you. Place an advert 1. Register on this forum (if your not already a member) 2. Create a new thread in the Close Protection Jobs Forum...
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    Security/CP jobs

    Cruise Ship Security Officer Job Description: The Security Officer’s primary responsibility is to assist the Staff Captain by managing the security needs of the ship, crew, and passengers. He/she will organise and implement cost-effective security and theft prevention plans; regularly...
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    new cpo

    hi all, nick here, im in the uk (south west) and i have qualified as a close protection officer 3 months ago and still looking for my first break in the industry! im fed up with sending hundreds of emails with my cv and details but to get no responce or to find out the people i am emailing went...
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