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  • #16
    Originally posted by SF_Security Officer View Post

    It sounds good in theory until you end up working at a place like Oakland where you get put on hold while calling 911. Or San Francisco where they take their time responding to calls if they are not life threatening emergencies.
    If the situation is bad enough where I need someone who is armed, I'm calling the police, who have the training, authority, backup, etc. to take care of the problem. I'm not calling a single armed security guard who has maybe a week or two's worth of training to respond.

    I'm not teying to disparage armed security guards; they provide a useful service. However, they shouls not be responding to dangerous situations.

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    • #17
      I had a terrible experience with this company. I could have sued big time for not following the USSERA act even after I tried educating them on it. The bigger the compaby gets the worse it becomes.

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