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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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    Protection Specialist (Bodyguard Service)

    Einar Haraldsson Protection Specialist RESUME/CV Name: Einar Haraldsson Born: 9th of July 1955 in Reykjavik, Iceland. Height: 191 cm. Weight: 100 kg. Hair color. Red. Eye color: Blue. Phone no: +354 845 7963. E-mail: bullock5@hotmail.com WEB SITE: Einar Haraldsson...
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    Iraq says 43 arrested over Baghdad shooting

    Mon Nov 19, 3:05 PM ET An Iraqi government spokesman said on Monday that Iraqi security forces had arrested 43 people, including two Americans and 31 other foreigners, over a shooting in which a woman was wounded in central Baghdad. "This is a message to security companies that no one is...
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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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    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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    What do think of us Bodyguards or Close Protection Officers?

    Close Protection Officers, We risk life for money, CPOs from my campany CPSS www.cpsecurityservices.com earns over £120,000 ($240,000) per year after tax for working in Iraq & Afghanistan, some of guys I know have families but r working in highly dangerous places. what do you think?
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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 security guards

    London £19,000 basic, rising to £23,318 for shift working (pay award pending) + benefits Closing Date: 25 Oct 2007 Request application form by: 23rd October 2007 Return application form by: 25th October 2007 Shift Guards 6am - 6.30pm Early Shift 6pm - 6.30am Late Shift This...
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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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    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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    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 companies in iraq

    heres a list of close protection companies working in Iraq Security Companies Doing Business in Iraq
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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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    working in Iraq/Afghanistan

    Baghdad Bandit here guys/gals, If i can give you any advice on CP then just ask. I'll give you the no bullshit CP perspective on life within the industry.
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