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  • Nauticus
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    Originally posted by Andy Taylor View Post
    Welcome. As Chief of Security of a small casino I look forward to discussing our unique problems.
    Haha. I, too, look forward to these discussions.

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  • Andy Taylor
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    Welcome. As Chief of Security of a small casino I look forward to discussing our unique problems.

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  • UtahProtectionForce
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    glad to have ya, to more the merry, so as youll see there are a few other canadians on the board, although i am not one...

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  • Maelstrom
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    Yeah, I'd have to agree that being able to interpret people's 'body language' effectively can be a real asset.

    BTW welcome to the forums!

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  • Nauticus
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    I just got the degree because I was originally going to become a teacher, but I discovered how boring that job could be. So I finished the degree and moved on to something different.

    Incidently, it helps identifying people who might be considering theft, because I've learnt a lot on profiling and emotion analyzing. I'm no expert, but being a bit better at detecting a hesitant subject, or acknowledging lies, or even basic interviewing skills, is pretty handy when I'm working.

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  • JB diligence
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    Welcome abord! B.C. particularly Vancouver's lower east side holds a special place in my heart as that's where I started in this security thing, Too bad $7.50 was the rate of the day, so I came home.

    But why security/LP/PI, having a degree in Psych? Unless working corporate? I have a buddy doing the PI thing here, makes lots of coin on Milage but is never around...

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  • Nauticus
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    Hey all - an introduction

    Hello to all.

    I'm relatively new to this line of work, though I have a lot of experience doing it. My security career began when I was licensed through a company that runs security and crowd control for various events around the province (in Canada). I began working loss prevention at a local food retail store, and eventually quit to pursue mall security. I've since been doing security at a large, local Casino, and I plan on getting back into loss prevention.

    Meanwhile, I'm taking a twenty-two week course that covers a ton of security and investigative courses, including first aid, firearms safety, and eventually, private investigation. My long term goal is to work as a PI, and an LPO.

    I train various martial arts, including judo and Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, to keep in shape and to be able to respond to necessary action. I intend to take some courses at the Justice Institute in Vancouver after I'm done my current course.

    I've also obtained a degree in psychology previous to attaining my security license. Good to meet you all

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