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    Police Close Protection v Military Close Protection

    Just thought id start this thread to see what everybody thought........ How does Police Close Protection compare with Military Close Protection?
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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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    Police Surveillance Job Description

    I've added below a advert for police surveillance vacancy. There are some good examples of the role profile which might assist you filling in a application form for a similar surveillance post. FROM WEST MIDLANDS POLICE JOB DESCRIPTION SECTION: SURVEILLANCE POST TITLE: SURVEILLANCE...
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    5,000 illegal immigrants working as security guards in UK?

    News reports today say that around 5,000 illegal immigrants are working as security guards in the UK! Some are actually employed at airports and a few were found guarding the Prime Minister's car. What is your comment on this situation?
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    What is your favourate Sidearm???

    Hi just wondering what side-arms people prefer. I'm particularly fond of the H&K USP, due to its high calibre round, great stopping power, durability, excellent accesories, ambidexterity and lets not forget the way it easily field strips. But hey i haven't used a whole lot of side arms so anyone...
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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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    Are our government finally realising how important our boys and girls are?

    http://uk.news.yahoo.com/rtrs/20071011/tpl-uk-britain-soldiers-health-47c7853_1.html Throughout my years as an army wife i have seen many injuried whilst on active tours and got nothing Are the government finally realising our forces need support when they are injured in the line of duty ?
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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 someone clarify the legal rights of security guards?

    I'm reposting this with clarification. I recently posted this on uk.answers.yahoo.com believing that I would be dealing with English users talking about English Law. Several kind and helpful people answered - but they appear to be talking about the US. Please consider the following with...
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    can bouncers confiscate your id?

    i got a new driving lisence which is of a new design, the bouncers didnt know and tried to confiscate it because they thought it was a fake. just makes me wonder can bouncers confiscate your id?
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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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    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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    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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    Dit(G) Dit(UK)

    Any ex DIT/COT out there?
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    Covert Surveillance

    RIPA 2000 definition 1.1 In this code the: " 1967 Act" means the Police (Scotland) Act 1967 " 1997 Act" means the Police Act 1997 " 2000 Act" means the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act 2000 " RIP(S) Act" means the Regulation of Investigatory Powers (Scotland) Act 2000 1.2 This...
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    CP jobs

    There are many reasons why you may want to undertake bodyguard training in order to secure a bodyguard job. For many people, the main reason for working in this industry is because they are almost always guaranteed action in their work, and possibly an element of danger also. However with the...
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    CP Jobs

    Dudes Placing my details on EliteBase on www.proshieldint.com put me in Baggers on a tier 1 CP task on $600 a day!! After 10 years in the mud, I get to do what I enjoy.. Jobs for the boys!! Share the wealth.
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