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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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    SO19 and CO19 explained

    CO19 is the name given to the department, which provides the firearms related support to the rest of the Metropolitan Police Service CO19 Specialist Firearms Command are better known by SO19 which was its former Specialist Operations, which provides the firearms related support to the rest of...
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    Operator Looking for work

    I have been working as a PPO in the United Nations for three years now and have recently completed my contract. I am looking to move back into the private sector. I have experience working with celebs as well mainly popstars on tours etc. my email is alexgibbons@yahoo.com
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    SIA CP Questions

    Ladies! PM me if you are unsure about the SIA exam process. Who said Munkeys dont look after there own!!! BB
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    My Person and your help?

    I am new here but because I also am experienced in the business, so I feel well here. Why do I post here, as I use the last 2 years with a university course was employed, I have the guidance of business (primarily Europe) of the Close Protection Service lost, although I have some jobs here in...
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    Low Llow Light & Infra Red Photography Course

    I am Police Level 1 SV trained, Basic & Adv Driver and Covic trained. Work with a agency that is not utilising my skills. Befor entering the private sector I wish to get trained up in the above. Does anyone know of any good trainers? Cherrs Andy
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    can anyone suggest some authors for spy thriller (mi5) type?

    books, something along the lines of the tv show Spooks.
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    Stab Vests

    Stab vests are different from bulletproof vests, most of which offer little protection against stabbing with sharp-tipped objects such as knives. A stab vest is a reinforced article of clothing, usually worn under other clothing, which is designed to resist knife attacks. A stab vest...
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    Door Supervisor Pay

    If your a door supervisor, bouncer, doorman etc please let us know hour much you get paid per hour using the poll answers. I'm trying to find out what the average pay is at the moment. thanks Mally
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    Mi5 surveillance vacancies

    Mobile Surveillance Officer Mobile Surveillance Officer London £24,121, rising to £27,658 + benefits (pay award pending) Closing Date: 24 Oct 2007 Request application form by: 19th October 2007 Return application form by: 24th October 2007 Surveillance plays a vitally...
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    PSD somalia

    PSD - Iraq, Somalia and Worldwide. Please send 1 page CV for potential projects in Iraq, Somalia and others worldwide. Good rates. We are also looking for team members with the added skills of Medic, and instructional techniques. COVERT ARENA -- Employment - PSD - CAT - Surveillance - Medics
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    Surveillance Job vacancies

    Surveillance Motorcyclists X 3 SOCA Grade 5 Location: London Salary: £23,586 to £31,447 (plus £3,100 London Weighting) Opportunities have arisen for surveillance motorcyclists within the London area. Your main role will be to conduct proactive investigations and covert surveillance...
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    How much would you work in iraq for?

    Hi All Say you were working for an American General in a safe part of Iraq to live with the occassional trip by Heli and road. Part of a 20 person team. How much would you work there for? Admin
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    Does your house have a CCTV camera anywhere?

    We've just got one on ebay (our first purchase *yay!*) and I just wondered whether many others do?
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    Can someone clarify the legal rights of security guards?

    Recently I got stopped at the alarm barrier at a supermarket because the cashier on the checkout didn't spot and remove a security tag. I was in a hurry but I cooperated anyway. Considering that I had paid for everything and was not committing a crime - did I have the right to just tell the...
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    Can a "bouncer" (door staff/security) at a pub or nightclub legitimately use

    force or eject you? Please note for people who are employed in this profession, I respect you (well, most of you) and am grateful for the job you do - this question is not to test or annoy you! I've never been in trouble with a bouncer and have been grateful to see them take swift action many...
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    Door Supervisor - entry and courses

    Entry To work as a door supervisor you must be aged 18 or over, and you must apply for a licence from the Security Industry Authority (SIA) after taking a Level 2 National Certificate in Door Supervision. See the SIA website (in Further Information) for a list of approved qualifications and...
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    Phoenix CP course

    Phoenix CP Limited is the most highly regarded Close Protection (CP) training establishment in the UK. It was formed in August 2000 to provide commercial CP training appropriate to the realities of the operational environment as well as training which offers depth, quality and consistency to...
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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 Job Description

    Close Protection Job Description The work Bodyguards, now commonly known as personal protection or close protection officers (CPOs), protect individuals or groups from risk of violence or kidnapping, or any situation which could be harmful to the client. They work with a wide range of...
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