Photographers and You – Your Rights as a Security Professional |

Dealing with photographers, be it amateurs or professionals – is something that most security personnel has to deal with from time to time, if they’re at all interacting with te public. It’s no secret that the technology boom of 2014 … Read More

Happy New Year, from everyone at SnallaBolaget |

It’s the first day of a new year, and we hope that people all around the world see that as a fresh beginning and a chance to make the world a better place. That may seem like a tired cliché, … Read More

US: Crime Down, Fear Up. Police kill more than 1,100

The NYPD commissioner Bill Bratton summed up the year’s crime stats earlier this month, telling his fellow officers that 2015 has seen the same decline in crime rates in the US that the last decades have shown. He also focused … Read More

How To Get Your Kid Raped and Yourself Thrown in Jail – Easily

Catchy title, huh? Well… We don’t really think it’s a good idea to explain how to do that to anyone – not because we think that withholding information is the way to go, we just don’t think that it’s a … Read More

Security Week in Review, Friday March 16th

It’s been a fairly quiet week, but that doesn’t mean the world has been standing still. It probably never will. So, here are a few things that we noticed these last few days, and found to be mildly interesting. As … Read More

Airport “Body Scanners” – Tests, Criticism and Bans

The AFP has an interesting article on the testing, criticism and potential ban of the so-called “body scanners”, “naked scanners” etc. that have been tested in Eurpoean airports over the last year or so. We’ve said many times that the … Read More

US Marshals Service Update – Nothing from TSA Director

The US Marshals Service has released some information regarding the storing of “body scanner” images at a courthouse location in the US. The machine is storing images of all individuals entering the building, while court house officers are only able … Read More

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