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    Hello

    Hello to everyone on here, My name is Ellers, Im currently in the process of PVR from the RAF. Im starting off my civilian life and getting into CP. Any advice from working CPO's would be a great help! Ellers
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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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    SS227 - Introduction

    I´d just like to introduce myself to the forum members. I´m a private contractor working in Scandinavia/Europe. I´ve been in surveillance / private investigation for a little over three years now. I´m currently on hiatus because of an accident which involves my back. Hoping to get...
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    APG Security Introduction

    Hi All. I'm Greg; Partner & Ops manager at APG We are an SIA approved training provider via Edexcel for Door Supervision and Close Protection as well as providing specialist courses. APG also provide specialist Security Services worldwide. More details on current vacancies and our training...
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    Close Protection and Surveillance Operator

    Hi folks I have posted a couple of times here already but thought it was time I put my intro in the right section. I am a qualified Close Protection & Surveillance Officer (SIA licensed). I have also operated in “hostile†environments and have recently (May 07) carried out a HECPO course...
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    Does Britain need to be an endemic surveillance society?

    Along with CHINA, MALAYSIA, RUSSIA the UK is one of the least private societies in the World. http://www.photius.com/rankings/privacy_international.pdf
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    hello all whats the craic

    good evening people ,quick introduction i'm sure a few of you love to know who you're working with before you go out on the ground . ex british military ,cp trained though haven't done anything about it yet ,tying up a few lose ends at the minute ,maybe next year . this seems like a good...
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    Information about the role of a Door Supervisor

    Door supervisors are responsible for the safety of customers and staff in places such as pubs, bars and nightclubs. Door supervisors usually work in teams and may keep in contact with each other by using radio equipment. Sia SIA controls the licensing for door supervisors. As there are...
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    Introduction

    Hi there, RMP CP, still serving various tours under my belt,looking at possibly getting out? although not got the balls to actually do it! Not sure if the rock n roll wages are still out there? Must do some research!!
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    Hello

    Hi, This is just a quick introduction, My names Andrew, im a newly qualified CPO based in the UK, ive worked the doors for 6 years and wanna step up my game to the big boys table ^^. My CV is on the forum if anyone wants to drop some help or hints ill be happy for the assistance. im...
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    About Key Holding Licensing

    Licensing for key holders came into effect across England and Wales on 20 March 2006; it is now illegal to work as a Key Holder without an SIA licence. This applies if your services are supplied for the purposes of or in connection with any contract to a consumer. Unless your employer or...
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    Introduction

    Hello, just found this Forum and decided to join and take a look. I run ISS Training Ltd which specialises in surveillance training courses offering BTEC surveillance qualifications and am also author of training manual Advanced Surveillance. Cheers Peter Jenkins Surveillance Training - ISS...
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    Can A security guard stop and search ur bags if?

    Whiles leaving a large supermarket 2day my mum was stopped and her bags where searched. 1 security guard was infront of her trolly and the other 1 at her side. They searched her bags and check her receipt and found she had payed for all her goods.They done this infront of everyone coming in and...
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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 Wages

    Close Protection Wages Most close protection officers (CPOs) are self-employed. Salaries for employed posts depend on the client or company, the length of the contract, the officer's experience and the risks involved. Daily rates for CPOs in low risk areas can be around £100 to £150 a...
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    SIA Licence

    Close Protection Licensing for people working in Close Protection came into effect across England and Wales on 20 March 2006; it is now illegal to work in Close Protection without an SIA licence. This applies if your services are supplied for the purposes of or in connection with any...
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    CP courses - Guaranteed employment?

    As far as guaranteeing work, there is not one training company that offers that. Obviously if you stand out from the rest of the team on a course a trainer (who most are active in the industry) may well remember that and call on you to give you a go. Most training companies do have connections...
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