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  • Mr. Security
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    Deleted. Point has been well made.
    Last edited by Mr. Security; 12-25-2005, 07:46 PM. Reason: Should have read prior post better.

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  • Tennsix
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    Originally posted by aaron
    go Back To Officer.com
    Why is this such a touchy subject?

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  • aaron
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    go Back To Officer.com

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  • AnGardaSiochana
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    As per all my previous posts. Provide some proof of any of your claims. You backtrack more than a scared rabbit.

    Your not a cop, your not a security guard, your a bored, immature little boy sitting in his room in a small town. Your probable aint even a student as per your profile.

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  • aaron
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    god i cant believe u came here as well and think about falkirk again, there is a huge company there, in grangemouth, fuels have the country

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  • AnGardaSiochana
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    Oh for gods sake

    Originally posted by aaron
    Ok here we go,


    Our cuffs, asp stay in the office or locked in the car.
    Which we only use when we are at work if required.

    Falkirk police and strathclyde police make exceptions in many occasions for large security firms and now for when we are in our work and we take the car home, we dont have to cover te lights, although we are only allowed to use them if there is an emergency incident at the workplace where the county allows us to use it.
    Hi, GS from officer.com, wont be posting her ebut AN showed me this clowns comments.

    Aaron (ASA_201, Batman, Radioactive man)
    Stop talking ****. You do NOT carry these items. Why would a company in falkirk allow you to carry illegal items that you are no allowed use? Why would they provide blue lights which you are not allowed use?

    Fols, Falkirk is a small place, it doesnt have any large companies there. Aaron refuses to say where he works (because if he did I would phone and check all this out) and his profile claims he is a student.

    Come one Aaron, stop embarrasing yourself and go play with your model plane for a while. (Yep Google.com again)

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  • aaron
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    Ok here we go,


    Our cuffs, asp stay in the office or locked in the car.
    Which we only use when we are at work if required.

    Falkirk police and strathclyde police make exceptions in many occasions for large security firms and now for when we are in our work and we take the car home, we dont have to cover te lights, although we are only allowed to use them if there is an emergency incident at the workplace where the county allows us to use it.

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  • N. A. Corbier
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    Originally posted by aaron
    lol it means my dads sorry bout that i will try and use full words in the dictionary in the future, now can we stop with the questions all the time about my profession
    Just trying to understand how you carry illegal weapontry, have a car with blue lights and siren, and other things that security personnel in Scotland are not authorized to have... Perhaps you could enlighten us?

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  • aaron
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    Originally posted by N. A. Corbier
    Google. Its a search engine. You give it people's user names, or email addresses, or other interesting things, and it tells you every forum your on, every web page, etc.

    What is a "ma" and "das?"

    Its a useful tool.
    lol it means my dads sorry bout that i will try and use full words in the dictionary in the future, now can we stop with the questions all the time about my profession

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  • N. A. Corbier
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    Originally posted by aaron
    ok you got a couple of things wrong there the company is ma das and it is The Kitceh Window, in Stirling but if you dont mind me asking where did u get the other info from?
    Google. Its a search engine. You give it people's user names, or email addresses, or other interesting things, and it tells you every forum your on, every web page, etc.

    What is a "ma" and "das?"

    Its a useful tool.

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  • aaron
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    Originally posted by N. A. Corbier
    Aaron, I just have one question. What do you need handcuffs, an ASP, and OC for at A. J. Smith Joiners Company window shop in Falkirk, Scotland?

    Seriously.
    ok you got a couple of things wrong there the company is ma das and it is The Kitceh Window, in Stirling but if you dont mind me asking where did u get the other info from?

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  • N. A. Corbier
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    Aaron, I just have one question. What do you need handcuffs, an ASP, and OC for at A. J. Smith Joiners Company window shop in Falkirk, Scotland?

    Seriously.

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  • aaron
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    Originally posted by N. A. Corbier
    Thank you for sharing.
    Good day, sir.
    no probs

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  • N. A. Corbier
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    Originally posted by aaron
    ok and i have taken heed lol, although i do have asps and cuffs and usually oc at ma place of work.
    Thank you for sharing.
    Good day, sir.
    Last edited by N. A. Corbier; 12-20-2005, 09:19 PM.

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  • aaron
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    Originally posted by N. A. Corbier
    This message board is for security professionals in the guard, patrol, integrator, dealer, and consultant segments. However, we occasionally get people like you.

    Let me make this clear: I never said you were a police officer. I said that you came onto this forum, started this topic with false statements, posted a link to another forum which also contained false statements rifle with negligent behavior, and were therefore called upon to explain these statements.

    I detest liars. You notice that Mr. Security was banned from Officer.com, but we still love him. He is one of "us," and we stand up for our own. However, Mr. Security may like baiting cops, but he has never, to my knowledge, baited us.

    Which, by the way, you have. You have come onto this forum with fantastic tales of driving around with police car lights, carrying prohibited weapons, and many other elements of whatever fantasy you have contribed.

    Normally, on the other site, the forum members would ridicule you to the point that you would leave. However, we of this forum are a "nicer" lot, and even The_Mayor, who was the subject of ridicule for his earlier posts is a contributing member of these forums once more.

    "Lets try and keep this message board for us?" I am. Comport yourself as a professional, without fantastic tales of wannabe police activity, and we can move on.

    This isn't about what you did on Officer.com. This is about what you did on SecurityInfoWatch. Your silliness has been addressed on Officer.com, and here, now, as well. This didn't start out as, "Aaron is saying X Y and Z on Officer.com. This started out as Aaron said X, Y, and Z on SIW, and look! He's been shot down and proven wrong by UK Constables on Officer.com. Why is this man wasting our collective time with fiction?"

    Pray, Aaron, that one of those constables do not make you a project of the Crown, and seeks to use your statements as admission of guilt. Its happened before on Officer.com.
    ok and i have taken heed lol, although i do have asps and cuffs and usually oc at ma place of work.

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