Armed Security Question (Armored Car)

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Re: Armed Security Question (Armored Car)

Postby SierraSeven » Tue Oct 26, 2010 9:03 pm

Mongo wrote:Well I am pretty sure they have CC arrest powers, which makes them almost just like cops.

And I have black slippers which makes me almost a ninja.

Anyone can arrest under the criminal code you numpty, doesn't mean that everyone is almost a cop :roll: Why are these trolls drawn to this forum?

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Re: Armed Security Question (Armored Car)

Postby Whistler » Tue Oct 26, 2010 9:15 pm

Lol... that tucked in boots thing made me think of that movie that just came out about the armored car heists with Ben Affleck.

When he is casing possible cars to knock off he made a comment about how he didn't wanna go after one since the guy driving it always walks around in a tac vest and tucks his pants in his boots and is therefore likely to be a stupid hero. His plan is to go after the ones driven by guys with untucked shirts and 2 week old jelly donut stains on the uniform since they will just hand the cash over :D .

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Re: Armed Security Question (Armored Car)

Postby Bubbles1993 » Tue Oct 26, 2010 9:19 pm

SierraSeven wrote:Anyone can arrest under the criminal code you numpty, doesn't mean that everyone is almost a cop :roll: Why are these trolls drawn to this forum?


Can a cop be a troll on Blueline? I didn't think that was possible! :P

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Re: Armed Security Question (Armored Car)

Postby mcdonaja » Tue Oct 26, 2010 9:34 pm

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mcdonaja wrote:OK...someone enlighten me on this PLLLLEASE.

So I pull into Timmy's this AM to grab my usual. Out of the corner of my eye my attention is somewhat taken by a guy dressed in dark blues, wearing tac pants, tac everything, carry a knapsack. I see a shoulder flash so I didn't pay too much attention and presumed it was one of the City Tac guys heading in for a coffee. So I wander in shortly after take a look around and didn't see him.

I then see the guy coming out of the back room and head out the door...it was an armed G4S delivery boy...WTF!!?? All kitted out in a Tac uniform with Tac boots. you know, pants tucked into the boots etc etc etc.

So is this a "normal" uniform for the delivery boys now?? Absolutely could have passed for a copper 100%...I though there were some rules out there about security guards and the like trying to dress up and play copper?


Pretty sure your in my city...is it the tall guy, who thinks he always has too duck under the top of the doorway? Yeah he's tall, but dude isn't exactly 7 ft., I laugh every time I see him.

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That would pretty much describe him..
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Re: Armed Security Question (Armored Car)

Postby Mongo » Tue Oct 26, 2010 9:37 pm

Sorry folks, I meant to yank on the chain and I must have pulled too hard. I was going to let it ride a little longer for comedy sake but I'll rein it in now.

But at least someone recognized my tagline...
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Re: Armed Security Question (Armored Car)

Postby SierraSeven » Tue Oct 26, 2010 9:43 pm

Your sarcasm must have blown right over my head :ponder:
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Re: Armed Security Question (Armored Car)

Postby Mongo » Tue Oct 26, 2010 10:01 pm

Not that they're worthy of note, but my previous comments in the "hospital security" thread would have made my sarcasm painfully evident, as well as my feelings on security in general.
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Re: Armed Security Question (Armored Car)

Postby SupahDuck » Tue Oct 26, 2010 10:32 pm

Serious thread is serious.

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Re: Armed Security Question (Armored Car)

Postby newman » Tue Oct 26, 2010 11:21 pm

Mongo wrote:Sorry folks, I meant to yank on the chain and I must have pulled too hard. I was going to let it ride a little longer for comedy sake but I'll rein it in now.

But at least someone recognized my tagline...

Sierra's too busy thinking of punchlines to put someone down (and make himself look better) than to notice blatant sarcasm.
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Re: Armed Security Question (Armored Car)

Postby gotchya » Wed Oct 27, 2010 12:19 am

newman wrote:Sierra's too busy thinking of punchlines to put someone down (and make himself look better) than to notice blatant sarcasm.

Why exactly are you STILL here?

GET LOST..troll.
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Re: Armed Security Question (Armored Car)

Postby gotchya » Wed Oct 27, 2010 1:04 am

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gotchya wrote:There is a guy that does transfers, who tucks his pants into his boots, he too is a SWAT security guard. :roll:


Roll your eyes all you want there is a pistol on his hip and only a baton on ours...go figure.... :crazy:

I suppose, it is retarded, but him having a gun doesn't make him law enforcement or anymore of an officer.
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Re: Armed Security Question (Armored Car)

Postby mcdonaja » Wed Oct 27, 2010 9:20 am

Yep...I know "basic" first aid and that sure as shit doesn't qualify me as a Paramedic.
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Re: Armed Security Question (Armored Car)

Postby SierraSeven » Wed Oct 27, 2010 10:00 am

newman wrote:
Mongo wrote:Sorry folks, I meant to yank on the chain and I must have pulled too hard. I was going to let it ride a little longer for comedy sake but I'll rein it in now.

But at least someone recognized my tagline...

Sierra's too busy thinking of punchlines to put someone down (and make himself look better) than to notice blatant sarcasm.

Yeah, you're right. Because my sole purpose for joining this forum is to trample people and make myself look better. How silly of me :roll:

I was really hoping this guy had left for good.
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Re: Armed Security Question (Armored Car)

Postby 0010010 » Thu Jan 13, 2011 12:17 pm

Hello everyone,

I am wondering if I can get some insight on G4s and Garda armored. I have recently been offered armored guard position with both companies. Which one would you go with and why?

Also, they said that since it’s a part time position, I cannot work anywhere else 9security only). How strict are they with this?


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