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  • SecTrainer
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    Director
    Patrol Commander
    Site Manager
    Supervisor
    Officer III (armed plus other quals such as medical first-responder cert, HAZWOPER, associate degree, etc)
    Officer II (armed)
    Officer I (unarmed)
    (Probationary Officer) - not specifically designated as such.

    The "Officer III/II" distinction has to do with difference in pay level ($1.50/hr)for additional training/education, not a difference in responsibilities or "rank" per se. If they have also completed 40-hour supervisor training, either Officer III or II can be assigned to "acting supervisor" status as needed (at supervisor pay level when so assigned, of course).

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  • flashlightcop509
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    My company...

    President
    Area Operations Manager
    Area Supervisor
    Site Supervisor (me)
    Officer

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  • Hank1
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    Our rank structure resembles the military rank structure with some exceptions though.

    Be Safe,

    Hank

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  • bigcollins25
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    Officer
    Sargent / Lieutenant
    Captain
    Director

    The only difference between Sargent and Lieutenant is a Lieutenant has a specific shift he has dedicated to him.

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    Originally posted by NRM_Oz View Post
    We have people dressed in uniforms pulling drivers over and attacking them so the need for the restrictions on rank titles etc. I believe this is national and not just local to my state.
    As opposed to the simpler step of making non-official people stopping other drivers illegal?

    That's a lot like gun control in the US...Murdering people is already illegal, but why not ban the inanimate object used to do it? I can load my gun, cock it (on my new 1911), leave the safety off, and set it on my kitchen table. Since most gun grabbers think that guns kill people, I ask them what would then happen? Answer: Nothing. It could sit there until the house collapses, and not go off. It takes a human's action to do the killing.

    "Your rifle is only a tool. It is a hard heart that kills" -GySgt Hartman, from the Movie.

    /rant mode

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  • officerchick
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    Originally posted by bpdblue View Post
    My position is that becoming a supervisor has made plenty of people become very RANK, in all sorts of jobs.
    LOL How very true.

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  • bpdblue
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    Just my opinion.....

    My position is that becoming a supervisor has made plenty of people become very RANK, in all sorts of jobs.

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  • Penthrox
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    Im sorry but I really don't see the need for all the fancy ranks.

    Mine is simple

    Supervisor
    Venue Supervisor (Me)
    Door Supervisor (Me)
    Crowd Controller

    Yes I do both because of my qualifications

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  • Jedi
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    Hmm.. with a staff of 9 + me, the ranks are:

    Manager
    Security Officer

    When I get the staff up to 14 + me, the structure will be:

    Manager
    Security Officer

    Not sure why I need to complicate things...

    Edit to Add:
    A long time ago, I did work for a place that had the following:

    Director of Safety (1)
    Manager of Security (1)
    Lieutenant (2)
    Staff Sergeant (3)
    Sergeant (4)
    Security Officer (75)

    This was for a theme park, so the department was rather large and concentrated.
    Last edited by Jedi; 01-02-2008, 12:59 PM.

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  • EMTGuard
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    Depends on the account.
    Some accounts have ranks like Sgt, Lt, Capt. Others have different structures.
    At my account it's just Security Officers and Security Officers with Emergency Medical Technician certification. At least one SO/EMT is on each shift and that person is considered the shift supervisor. One of the EMTs is the Site Supervisor. He gets to deal with the client, setting up the schedule and handeling any problems that crop up.

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  • Black Caesar
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    Ours is pretty simple:

    Non-Sworn Posistions:

    Dispatchers
    Dispatcher I
    Dispatcher II
    Supervisory Dispatcher

    Clerks
    Clerk I
    Clerk II

    College Safety Officers (uniformed, patch says Security rather than police, carries handcuff and pepper spray)
    CSO I
    CSO II
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    Sworn Posistions

    Officers
    Officer Recruit
    Officer
    Corporal (Senior patrolman,FTO, Crime Prevention Officer, Detective ect ect)

    Supervisors
    Sergeant (Field Supervisor)
    Lieutenant

    Commanders
    Assistant Director (Captain)
    Director (Chief)
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    Last edited by Black Caesar; 01-02-2008, 05:37 AM.

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  • CorpSec
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    Director
    Manager
    Supervisor
    Senior Officer
    Officer

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  • NRM_Oz
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    None take Occs .................

    No too many clowns walking around thinking they were police officers or military police and trying to be big shots when all they were employed to do was to be shopping centre carpark guards. Leave the fancy ranks for the military and police and other people like the coast guard, etc. We have people dressed in uniforms pulling drivers over and attacking them so the need for the restrictions on rank titles etc. I believe this is national and not just local to my state.

    Hmmmmmmmmmmm 16 year olds ? Isn't legal in some counties to be having your 3rd child ? Some towns here usually have 2 kids by 16 for the free $$.

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  • N. A. Corbier
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    Originally posted by OccamsRazor View Post
    No offense, but is ANYTHING legal in Australia??
    16 year olds are.

    (But not for us, I think, due to UN Convention...)

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  • Guest's Avatar
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    Originally posted by NRM_Oz View Post
    It was made illegal using such ranks as similar to the police as well as anything with a military nature. Also the use of stripes like a corporal were made illegal due to confusion...
    No offense, but is ANYTHING legal in Australia??

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