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  • Christopherstjo
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    Originally posted by UtahProtectionForce
    in missouri my husband worked for a company called springfield security police, the term is applied out there... like its nothing where as many states prohibit the use of such terms, my husband also claimed that they had full police powers and can run red and blues with sirens..... .so im just curious if anyone can refer me to why they are able to do such things.....

    Springfield is pretty loose with the word "police" as long as it is attached to the word "security." However, I am aware of no city ordinances that permit security officers in Springfield to have any police powers.

    In Kansas City and St. Louis, we have police powers on the properites for which we are assigned and extending into the city streets under certain circumstance(s). The City of Kansas City also contracts security services by those with both a Class A and Class B license, to patrol city streets. Our police and legal arrest authority derives from Title 17 of the Missouri Code of State Regulations, Section 10-2 et seq. The Kansas City Board of Police Commissioners is a state agency and as such, we are agents of the state who act under color of law and with a clear mandate in why our police powers were authorized and therein imposes a duty for us to act in a light most favorable to the State of Missouri and the City of Kansas City in fighting crime.

    I know of no such "legal" authority given to security officers in Springfield.

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  • N. A. Corbier
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    Missouri does not regulate security at the state level. Unless you live in KCMO or St. Louis (where you have limited police authority on your site), you aren't regulated.

    Many states do not regulate the term police.

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  • HotelSecurity
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    In Quebec AGENT is the offical term. As in Agent de Sécurité or Security Agent & Agent de Police.

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  • Black Caesar
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    Originally posted by UtahProtectionForce
    in missouri my husband worked for a company called springfield security police, the term is applied out there... like its nothing where as many states prohibit the use of such terms, my husband also claimed that they had full police powers and can run red and blues with sirens..... .

    here are just a couple names and links of missouri security companies that i was able to find...


    Guardian Security Police Inc
    Steelville, MO

    Missouri Ranger Svc
    Rolla, MO

    mid-west security,
    www.midwest-security.net/

    w. t. palmers private security police
    Springfield, MO 65804



    so im just curious if anyone can refer me to why they are able to do such things.....
    Because nothing in writing says they can't? I dunno

    And I personally don't like it when private security agencies try to sound to "official". There is a company here in Dallas that my buddy used to work for, called the Special Enforcement Bureau and the S/Os where shirts that said "Agent" on them. Too much confusion for me.

    As for the Missouri Rangers Service? Heck, it was bad enough when I had to explain to people that i was a "Sergeant Major of Security" with 1 company I worked for, I'll be damned if I'd ever try to explain being a "Security Ranger" was all about

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  • UtahProtectionForce
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    missouri security

    in missouri my husband worked for a company called springfield security police, the term is applied out there... like its nothing where as many states prohibit the use of such terms, my husband also claimed that they had full police powers and can run red and blues with sirens..... .

    here are just a couple names and links of missouri security companies that i was able to find...


    Guardian Security Police Inc
    Steelville, MO

    Missouri Ranger Svc
    Rolla, MO

    mid-west security,
    www.midwest-security.net/

    w. t. palmers private security police
    Springfield, MO 65804



    so im just curious if anyone can refer me to why they are able to do such things.....

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