Pushing Boundries – Safeguarding Yourself on Rights Audits | SnallaBolaget.com

The dawn of the internet and personal phones and equipment with cameras in them, and perhaps especially action cameras like the GoPro has given rise to a perhaps pretty uniquely American phenomenon; Rights Auditors. In short, these are people who test and document how public officials and law enforcement react to being “audited” by civilians on …

Sources: Several countries considering travel warning to US over police violence | SnallaBolaget.com

Sources say that several countries are planning to issue travel warnings to its citizens, warning them against travel to and in the USA, due to the extreme amount of police related violence and unrest caused by law enforcement actions. Statistics from recent years show that police in the US have killed thousands of people, where …

Photographers and You – Your Rights as a Security Professional | SnallaBolaget.com

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 and 2015 has made that a challenge of some magnitude, and the advent of affordable …

How To Film The Police (or anyone else) – In HD | SnallaBolaget.com

First of all, just to get that out of the way, there’s a rough truth here. Filming and taking pictures in high pressure situations isn’t something that will come naturally or have great results the first time you try it. So don’t be too disappointed if you’re not getting wartime correspondent-quality right off the bat. …

Why Police Should Never Be in Charge of Security | SnallaBolaget.com

The Nobel Peace Prize ceremony in Oslo in 2014 is a prime example of why police should never be in charge of physical security. While police has a very useful and specialized skillset, physical security is seldom a part of that skillset, something that is proven again and again. As the video shows, the Nobel …