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  • Dave Inman from Dallas, Texas

    Let me apologize beforehand on the long post


    I work for Pinkerton Government Services as a Site
    Supervisor/Training Officer in Dallas,Texas. Doing this 5 years.

    Have the following Certificates:

    Hazardous Materials First Responder Awareness Level

    Hazardous Materials First Responder Instructor

    FEMA-IS-241 Decision Making & Problem Solving

    FEMA-IS-242 Effective Communications

    FEMA-IS-002 Emergency Program Manager

    FEMA-IS-002 Emergency Preparedness,USA

    FEMA-IS-015 Special Events Contingency Planning

    FEMA-IS-240 Leadership & Influence

    FEMA-IS-230 Principles Of Emergency Management

    FEMA-IS-235 Emergency Planning

    FEMA-IS-317 Introduction To CERT

    FEMA-IS-139 Exercise Design

    FEMA-IS-244 Developing & Managing Volunteers

    FEMA-Certificate of Achievement(Professional Development Series)

    School of Public Health/Univ. of Albany,SUNY-Terrorism Preparedness & Pblic Health

    NYS Emergency Management Office-ICS 100

    USFA Certificate of Training-Emergency Response To Terrorism(Self Study)

    NERRTC/DHS/ODP-WMD Terrorism Awareness For Emergency Responders

    NERRTC/DHS/ODP-Public Works:WMD Basic Concepts

    NERRTC/DHS/ODP-EMS I:Basic Concepts For WMD Incidents

    NERRTC/DHS/ODP-WMD Incident Management/Unified Command

    NERRTC/DHS/ODP- Bacillus Anthracis

    Pinkerton- ACT 1/ACT 2/ACT 3

    American Red Cross-First Aid CPR AED Instructor

    Texas Engineering Extension Service- Children and Nerve Agents

    Texas Engineering Extension Service- Introduction to SNS and Mass Prophylaxis

    Texas Engineering Extension Service- Medical Effects of Primary Blast Injuries

    Texas Engineering Extension Service- Emergency Management Concerns for the First Responder in Terrorism and Disasters

    North Carolina Center for Public Health Preparedness- Radiation Safety: Disaster Preparedness

    North Carolina Center for Public Health Preparedness- Radiation Safety: Units

    North Carolina Center for Public Health Preparedness- Radiation Safety: Bioeffects and Standards & Radiation Detection

    North Carolina Center for Public Health Preparedness- Radiation Safety: Types of Radiation

    North Carolina Center for Public Health Preparedness- Chemical Weapons: Detection Basics(Part 1&2)

    North Carolina Center for Public Health Preparedness- Chemical Weapons: Protection Basics

    North Carolina Center for Public Health Preparedness- Chemical Weapons: Introduction & Classification/Chemical Weapons:Basic Concepts

    North Carolina Center for Public Health Preparedness- Incident Command Systems(ICS) For Public Health

    North Carolina Center for Public Health Preparedness- Crisis Leadership: Leadership at the Speed of Light

    South Central Center for Public Health Preparedness- Bioterrorism

    South Central Center for Public Health Preparedness- Chemical Terrorism

    South Central Center for Public Health Preparedness- Counterterrorism Incident Command

    South Central Center for Public Health Preparedness-Defense Against the Radiological Threat

    South Central Center for Public Health Preparedness- Food as an Effective Weapon of Terrorism

    South Central Center for Public Health Preparedness- Improving Your Communication Skills

    South Central Center for Public Health Preparedness- Managerial Communications

    South Central Center for Public Health Preparedness- Managing Conflict in the Workplace

    South Central Center for Public Health Preparedness- Practice-based Scenarios for Recognition, Detection and Exposure Assessment of Chemical Terrorist Agents

    South Central Center for Public Health Preparedness- Preparing for a Chemical Terrorist Event

    South Central Center for Public Health Preparedness- Recognition and Safe Handling of Chemical Terrorist Agents

    South Central Center for Public Health Preparedness- Using Risk Assessment in Chemical Emergencies to Protect Public Health

    South Central Center for Public Health Preparedness- Terrorism, Risk Assessment and Homeland Defense

    South Central Center for Public Health Preparedness- The Terrorist Threat to Global Agriculture, Food and Water Supplies

    South Central Center for Public Health Preparedness- Managing Diversity Begins with You

    South Central Center for Public Health Preparedness- Communication Gap: Linking First Responders and First Receivers

    South Central Center for Public Health Preparedness- Planning, Implementation and Expolitation of a Field Exercise

    South Central Center for Public Health Preparedness- Biological Response Preparedness for Emergency Medical Services

    South Central Center for Public Health Preparedness- Guidelines and tandards for a WMD Response

    South Central Center for Public Health Preparedness- Communication Gap: Linking First Responders and First Receivers

    Michigan State University School of Criminal Justice- Hazardous Materials Response-Awareness Level

    Michigan State University School of Criminal Justice- Incident Management System-Awareness Level

    Michigan State University School of Criminal Justice- Evacuation Coordinator

    Michigan State University School of Criminal Justice- Emergency Response Planning

    Michigan State University School of Criminal Justice- Unified Command-Awareness Level

    Michigan State University School of Criminal Justice- Bloodborne Pathogens

    Michigan State University School of Criminal Justice- Container Inspections

    Michigan State University School of Criminal Justice- Hospital-Based Decontamination: Hazard Recognition

    President's DNA Initiative - What Every Law Enforcement Officer Should Know About DNA Evidence: First Responding Officers

    President's DNA Initiative - What Every Law Enforcement Officer Should Know About DNA Evidence: Investigators and Evidence Technicians

    President's DNA Initiative - Communication Skills, Report Writing, and Courtroom Testimony for Forensic Analysts
    Last edited by inman; 02-18-2008, 06:38 PM. Reason: addition

  • #2
    Didn't Securitas take over Pinkerton in the US as well as Canada
    I enforce rules and regulations, not laws.
    Security Officers. The 1st First Responders.

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    • #3
      In some areas, the Securitas name is not as profitable as Burns and Pinkerton, so they kept it.
      Some Kind of Commando Leader

      "Every time I see another crazy Florida post, I'm glad I don't work there." ~ Minneapolis Security on Florida Security Law

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      • #4
        I get the impression Securitas does own Pinkerton here, but they still have a licensed branch office by the name Pinkerton.
        "We appreciate all the hard work you've done, the dedicated hours you have worked, and the lives you have saved. However, since this is your third time being late to work, we are terminating your employment here."

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        • #5
          Originally posted by 1stWatch
          I get the impression Securitas does own Pinkerton here, but they still have a licensed branch office by the name Pinkerton.

          Because Securitas is foreign owned, they cannot work certain types of contracts. Pinkerton Government Services is a wholly US owned company that is able to work these special accounts. Securitas makes $$ fro Pinkerotn, but is not allowed to have any say on the day to day operations or they can't work the accounts.

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          • #6
            Same with Wackyhut and Group4

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            • #7
              Although technically, Group4 owns Securitas too.
              Some Kind of Commando Leader

              "Every time I see another crazy Florida post, I'm glad I don't work there." ~ Minneapolis Security on Florida Security Law

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