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  • #16
    I do think that working armored is foolish with the current pay scale. Why not just become a driver for FedEx, UPS, or DHL and make a lot more money while not risking your life while you are at it?

    All you really are as an armored car driver is a low paid-high risk courier anyway. I have never understood why anyone would do it. I guess some guys just get a rise out of carrying a gun. Big deal, I say.

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    • #17
      I don't even get a gun for 90 days lol. I took it because I needed a fulltime job, that was about it. Im currently very looking very hard for a better fulltime.
      -Protect and Serve-

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      • #18
        My first experience in making bank deposits was working summers (part time) for the security department of an amusement park. Every day, except Sundays, we would drive the cash receipts, at times totaling several million dollars, to the bank and return with the change order. Making the deposits rested with the (ARMED) security department, and was a major event. We were escorted to the bank by no less than eight municipal police officers in four marked cars, and all officers were armed with either shotguns or automatic weapons. Why the amusement park never used an armored service was beyond me.

        I posted the above some time ago in another thread. I think it's appropiate here. I would never work any money transport without being armed. You should of been fully vetted and cleared to work armed before being placed in the position you're now in.
        Retail Security Consultant / Expert Witness
        Co-Author - Effective Security Management 6th Edition

        Contributor to Retail Crime, Security and Loss Prevention: An Encyclopedic Reference

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        • #19
          Well I have an interview schedules for tomorrow for an Assistant Manager position at a local Discount Tire shop. Hope it pans out. Like I said at this point anything fulltime would be better. And getting into management roles is never bad either.
          -Protect and Serve-

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