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  • Job Alert San Francisco,CA

    Need 2-3 dedicated professional bodyguards for assignment in San Francisco area.
    For more info go to www.bodyguardcareers.com

  • #2
    These spam job posts are annoying... here is the full job ad.

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    Need 2-3 dedicated professional bodyguards for assignment in San Francisco area. Must be clean cut and in good physical condition. Applicants must have CA guard card and CCW permit. Baton, mace and CPR are needed also, but not necessary to start.

    Applicants WILL NOT be considered for these positions without a current State of California Concealed Weapons Permit AND a current State of California Guard Card.

    Contact: [email protected]
    "To win one hundred victories in one hundred battles is not the highest skill. To subdue the enemy without fighting is the highest skill." Sun-Tzu

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    • #3
      Interesting. If a CCW is required so is an Exposed Firearm Permit. CCW is not valid in CA in connection with a Guard Card unless the guard (EP or other) also has an Exposed Permit. Good luck finding anyone with a CCW in San Francisco.
      "Gun control, the theory that 110lb. women have the "right" to fistfight with 210lb. rapists. " Author Unknown

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      • #4
        Andy, it's not as hard as you think it is to find a guy with a CCW to work in SF. But most of the guys who have CCWs live in Shall Issue Counties, such as Kern, San Bernardino, Orange Counties. If one really was serious about doing executive protection, he would relocate to a "shall issue" county, there is a lot of security work in San Bernardino (guard, bouncer, loss prevention, etc), plus LA is an hour away and has lots of good paying special event gigs. I used to work for a bodyguard & special event company based out of Glendale, without a CCW, that paid me $18 an hour, plus $10 a day for gas expenses.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Andy Taylor View Post
          Interesting. If a CCW is required so is an Exposed Firearm Permit. CCW is not valid in CA in connection with a Guard Card unless the guard (EP or other) also has an Exposed Permit. Good luck finding anyone with a CCW in San Francisco.
          You need to read B&P code 7583.37 section E paragraph 1
          The director may assess fines as enumerated in article 7 commencing with 7587......violation of this article. In addition to other prohibited acts under this chapter, no licensee, qualified manager or registered security guard shall, during the course and scope of licensed activity, do any of the following:
          A....
          B....
          C....
          D....
          E Carry a concealed pistol, revolver, or other firearm capable of being concealed upon the person unless one of the following applies:
          1) The person has been issued a permit to carry a pistol, revolver, or other firearm capable of being concealed upon the person in a concealed manner by a local law enforcement agency pursuant to section 12050 of the penal code.


          As a security officer in California, you may work and carry concealed if you have a ccw.
          "You don't hurt 'em if you don't hit 'em."
          (Lieutenant General Lewis B. Puller, USMC, Marine, 1962.)

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          • #6
            You really have to almost feel sorry for the poor boobs in San Francisco. During the decade when San Francisco continually ratcheted up its gun laws, becoming the toughest city (on earth, maybe?) in which to obtain a CCW permit, here are the results:

            • While in 2001, 81 patients were admitted to SF General Trauma Center for serious injuries resulting from gunshots, the number of patients admitted for such injuries rose to 228 by 2006.

            • The total number of shootings that resulted in nonfatal injuries documented by SFPD was 121 in 2001, 187 in 2003, 269 in 2005 and 303 in 2006.

            • Gun crimes in and around schools and on buses carrying students to and from school have become increasingly common.

            Every year, the numbers go up and every year, the city enacts harsher and harsher laws. The next year, the numbers are worse yet. Meanwhile, in some other US cities gun crime rates have decreased during the same period.

            There is no demonstrable correlation between harsh gun laws, sentencing policies or extremely restrictive CCW policies and the rate of gun crimes or injuries. This is the simple reality that gun-control advocates simply will not face up to. Meanwhile, the evidence is much better that an armed populace protects itself effectively with lawfully-possessed and lawfully-carried weapons. I'm sorry if this seems counterintuitive, but lots of things in life are counterintuitive.

            Insanity is doing the same things over and over and expecting different results. Certainly, I will never again live in a jurisdiction that has the muddle-headed government of a city like San Francisco...where the only thing you know for sure is that the bad guys are armed while the law-abiding citizens (the only people that gun-control laws EVER really apply to) are reduced to a state of unarmed helplessness. Good job, San Francisco. A place to raise a family, you're not!
            Last edited by SecTrainer; 08-25-2007, 11:40 AM.
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            • #7
              Interesting stats, SecTrainer. Thank you.
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