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  • FederalSecurity
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    When nightvision equipment is pointed away from the screen and toward

    the audience like it should be, there are no problems whatsoever. We stood

    off to the side of the screen facing the audience.
    Last edited by FederalSecurity; 04-04-2007, 01:32 AM. Reason: Addition of information

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  • GCMC Security
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    Originally posted by Chucky
    I assume that the screen was off when you all used the NV goggles? I can't imagine the amount of back flare the screen would have emitted.
    eh, Alot of movies nowadays are real dark, but either way you use the cap with the "daytime viewing" hole and it works ok.

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  • james2go30
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    yup

    Originally posted by Chucky
    I assume that the screen was off when you all used the NV goggles? I can't imagine the amount of back flare the screen would have emitted.
    good point.

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  • Chucky
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    I assume that the screen was off when you all used the NV goggles? I can't imagine the amount of back flare the screen would have emitted.

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  • james2go30
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    hey

    Originally posted by Mr. Security
    Honestly, I would give fellow security officers a break. We put up with enough w/o having to pick on each other. If it must be addressed, do it off the record. Just my opinion. (I’m talking policy, not law)
    I strongly agree with ya on that. Got enough people against us as it is lol.

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  • FederalSecurity
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    I've actually worked security for movie screenings before and I also used

    nightvision. Chuckling or not, nightvision is very effective in that

    environment.

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  • Mr. Security
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    Honestly, I would give fellow security officers a break. We put up with enough w/o having to pick on each other. If it must be addressed, do it off the record. Just my opinion. (I’m talking policy, not law)

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  • N. A. Corbier
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    If they were contracted to the movie theatre, and were fully armed, what would you of been able to do, realistically, without straining relations with an anchor store? They contracted for armed security services. Or, they contracted for non-firearm "armed" security services.

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  • GCMC Security
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    When I worked security at a theater up in MI I used my personnally owned NV monocular. Great way to find people misbehaving lol

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  • Chadly
    started a topic Got a chuckle last week....

    Got a chuckle last week....

    Last week while I was working, an officer reported a couple S/O's (2) walking around the mall with what appeared to be a baton, in full uniform. So, my superviosr and the P/O assigned tot he mall for the day made an interaction just to see whats up.

    Turned out they were called upon to provide security for a movie screening going on in the Movie theater later that night. What we thought was a baton was actually a metal detector and the S/O's also brought a pair of Night vision......

    Now, my mall recieved recent media coverage regarding a firearm incident at the mall, so I could see the excuse to bring a Metal detector.. But Night Vision at a Movie Theater...? The regular Security staff at the theater doesnt even use Night vision.


    Just a chuckle Id like to share.

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