How to Become a Bodyguard – and why you probably should | SnallaBolaget.com

Working in security can be both rewarding, fun and exciting – there are very few industries where you have variety, challenge and action on this kind of level. But, picking your specialization, should you want to do that, isn’t always easy. Today, we’re looking at one of the most sought after jobs in security – …

Toronto: Police Hesitant to Respond to Burglar Alarms

From TheStar.com: Police argue false burglary alarm response ties up frontline officers, potentially taking them away from real emergencies and wastes valuable resources. This is an age old discussion between private security and LE: who should respond first to private alarm systems, and what kind of verifivcation should there be, if any, before the police …

Thinking Internally – combating a police force’s feeling of invincibility

Traditionally speaking, security has mainly been in the hands of the military and the police, in whatever form they might exist at the time and place. Public security is still the charge of the police, and the military to some extent. That, however, becomes a problem when looking at the security of security – i.e. …

Best Stocking Stuffers Ever, or Toys’R’Us for Security

If you’re anything like us, you’re not even remotely done with the Christmas shopping. Hell, we’ve decided not to even start until we know if there’s still a world to wake up to tomorrow. Only time will tell, we suppose. If nothing else, this end-of-the-world thing might save our wallets from a cataclysmic event. Seems …

Photography & Police – What You Can Do (and what you can’t…)

It seems there’s a never ending stream of pictures, stories and videos appearing both in printed, “mainstream” and online media about the problems photographers get into when dealing with the police and security. We thought we’d take a closer look at some of the stuff that you can do as a cop or security officer, …