Toronto ETF (the security company)

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Re: Toronto ETF (the security company)

Postby Boxer Dogs » Thu Feb 15, 2018 12:41 pm

Sierra Tango22 wrote:
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I love some of the comments on this video... :rolllaugh:

Some guy on Instagram wrote:kevinschoch I love this account. It’s a great parody of what a professional security company looks like.


Not to mention the great use of his Officer Safety Skills. Cuffs in front, and then walks in front of him. Good Job!


But he’s an Elite trained professional. If the guy got out of hand, he has all the tactical gear he needs to radio for the police.
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Re: Toronto ETF (the security company)

Postby Hattie » Thu Feb 15, 2018 12:57 pm

Fonthill wrote:
Hattie wrote:https://www.instagram.com/p/BfLCe6EBJ5x/
Um, okay.






Also wonder what they mean by taking the C.I.T. industry by storm... especially since they believe ATC are granted to C.I.T. Services for protecting the VALUABLES.

This wanna be is Use of Force certified??? Hmmm...he just handcuffed a suspect and didn’t even double lock them.

Hey buddy in the video. Need a lawyer ??




Apparently they have some highspeed cuffs which double-lock themselves... according to comments.

Would rather walk the guy uncuffed in escort position. Or, since his only concern was being stabbed: cuff him right, search him (since apparently he has grounds to detain/arrest), then remove the cuffs and walk him out if he is 'no threat.'

My opinion. Wasn't there but no matter what, not walking ahead of a subject who ia front cuffed.
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Re: Toronto ETF (the security company)

Postby Tango5 » Thu Feb 15, 2018 8:09 pm

Auto Lock? Nah.

There are 3 types to my knowledge.
Slot, Push and Lever.

They might be using the finger lever lock activator cuffs, but looks like around this continent only S&W makes those.
Can’t really tell but doesn’t look he double-locked.

Just to satisfy my own curiosity I’ll call this GTC Tactical tomorrow and ask questions of what they sell, who makes the cuffs and what custom options there are.
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Re: Toronto ETF (the security company)

Postby Hattie » Fri Feb 16, 2018 12:43 am

Tango5 wrote:Auto Lock? Nah.

There are 3 types to my knowledge.
Slot, Push and Lever.

They might be using the finger lever lock activator cuffs, but looks like around this continent only S&W makes those.
Can’t really tell but doesn’t look he double-locked.

Just to satisfy my own curiosity I’ll call this GTC Tactical tomorrow and ask questions of what they sell, who makes the cuffs and what custom options there are.

And custom options always bode well in court when things go wrong.
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Re: Toronto ETF (the security company)

Postby Pete Broccolo » Fri Feb 16, 2018 8:29 am

Tango5 wrote:Auto Lock? Nah.

There are 3 types to my knowledge.
Slot, Push and Lever.

They might be using the finger lever lock activator cuffs, but looks like around this continent only S&W makes those.
Can’t really tell but doesn’t look he double-locked.

Just to satisfy my own curiosity I’ll call this GTC Tactical tomorrow and ask questions of what they sell, who makes the cuffs and what custom options there are.

I believe that you missed the overload of sarcasm with regards to the Level: Star Command cuffs that ETF allegedly have at their disposal.

I am awestruck by the high-speediness / low-dragginess of these muttlings.
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Re: Toronto ETF (the security company)

Postby Hattie » Fri Feb 16, 2018 2:06 pm

Pete Broccolo wrote:I believe that you missed the overload of sarcasm with regards to the Level: Star Command cuffs that ETF allegedly have at their disposal.

I am awestruck by the high-speediness / low-dragginess of these muttlings.


Then be amazed! https://www.instagram.com/p/BdPeb3ih8gp/?taken-by=etfsec
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Re: Toronto ETF (the security company)

Postby charlie2 » Sat Feb 17, 2018 4:01 am

I commented on the one video of the guy kicking the door in for a report of some “high risk” loiterers in a stairwell.

I told him it’s probably not a good idea to be holding a phone recording in a supposed “high risk” situation. He responded very professionally and said that no one asked for my opinion and then continued on to say that the person had the phone in a holster on his vest. Except he first called it a bodycam, but quickly edited it lol. I then asked him if the phone was in a holster on the guys vest, why I can see the shadow of what looks like a hand holding a phone. Then I was blocked!! Haha

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Re: Toronto ETF (the security company)

Postby mack_silent » Sat Feb 17, 2018 10:49 am

The shadow of the hand/phone is probably just a tactical rubber fist mount on the vest.

They're like the security version of Super Troopers... I'm waiting to find out this was all just a trailer for a new comedy movie. Shenanigans Farva!
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Re: Toronto ETF (the security company)

Postby Hattie » Sun Feb 18, 2018 7:11 pm

charlie2 wrote:I commented on the one video of the guy kicking the door in for a report of some “high risk” loiterers in a stairwell.

I told him it’s probably not a good idea to be holding a phone recording in a supposed “high risk” situation. He responded very professionally and said that no one asked for my opinion and then continued on to say that the person had the phone in a holster on his vest. Except he first called it a bodycam, but quickly edited it lol. I then asked him if the phone was in a holster on the guys vest, why I can see the shadow of what looks like a hand holding a phone. Then I was blocked!! Haha

I'm sure the clients love having their doors kicked in by the very people who should have keys/access to all doors on the property.

"Got the loiterers to leave. Need a new door and lock though."
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Re: Toronto ETF (the security company)

Postby charlie2 » Sun Feb 18, 2018 10:51 pm

Hattie wrote:
charlie2 wrote:I commented on the one video of the guy kicking the door in for a report of some “high risk” loiterers in a stairwell.

I told him it’s probably not a good idea to be holding a phone recording in a supposed “high risk” situation. He responded very professionally and said that no one asked for my opinion and then continued on to say that the person had the phone in a holster on his vest. Except he first called it a bodycam, but quickly edited it lol. I then asked him if the phone was in a holster on the guys vest, why I can see the shadow of what looks like a hand holding a phone. Then I was blocked!! Haha

I'm sure the clients love having their doors kicked in by the very people who should have keys/access to all doors on the property.

"Got the loiterers to leave. Need a new door and lock though."


Well, to be fair it was the only way to open the door. His right hand was carrying the phone to record and his Left he had his baton. Only option was to kick it open.

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Re: Toronto ETF (the security company)

Postby Hattie » Sun Feb 18, 2018 11:48 pm

Nice. That just sounds bad. Guess I would need more background info. Pretty sure if I did that I would not have my job for very long, but I suppose there may be some rational articulation as to why its okay. Oh well. Not my circus.
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Re: Toronto ETF (the security company)

Postby charlie2 » Mon Feb 19, 2018 5:28 pm

Hattie wrote:Nice. That just sounds bad. Guess I would need more background info. Pretty sure if I did that I would not have my job for very long, but I suppose there may be some rational articulation as to why its okay. Oh well. Not my circus.



He didn’t kick IN the door. He kicked it open. The door had a push bar on it

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Re: Toronto ETF (the security company)

Postby Hattie » Mon Feb 19, 2018 9:29 pm

charlie2 wrote:
Hattie wrote:Nice. That just sounds bad. Guess I would need more background info. Pretty sure if I did that I would not have my job for very long, but I suppose there may be some rational articulation as to why its okay. Oh well. Not my circus.



He didn’t kick IN the door. He kicked it open. The door had a push bar on it

Oh. Well. My bad for misunderstanding. Still sounds sketchy. Haha.
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Re: Toronto ETF (the security company)

Postby Mutt » Tue Feb 20, 2018 12:57 pm

Not the Red One!!! Don't EVER push the Red One!!!

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Re: Toronto ETF (the security company)

Postby CBK » Wed Feb 21, 2018 3:13 pm

https://www.instagram.com/p/BfKSxvdh85g/?taken-by=etfsec

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