Open Cuff cases and Handcuff care

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Re: Open Cuff cases and Handcuff care

Postby IndictableChaser » Mon Mar 07, 2016 8:15 am

Jacky Boy wrote:
DonutMan wrote:
mack_silent wrote:Thank goodness for FEDSEC, I can sleep soundly at night. The thin khaki line that keeps us all safe. :smirk:

Found this a while back:
http://www.durhamregion.com/news-story/ ... ourt-date/

And this:
http://www.canadiansecuritymag.com/Guar ... arned.html

...and this:
http://www.newswire.ca/news-releases/op ... 94141.html


That Canadian Security Mag should use paragraphs :smirk:

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+1 #1 DEPA 2011-04-27 12:18
Then you get the security officers that do everything right, pass their test, send in their renewal. Well that was 35 days ago and I have yet to see my new license.
That is 35 days without work. 35 days without paying my bills.
I understand this licence is my bread and butter but now the government needs to realize it's people's bread and butter as well.
I have cut off my phone, my internet, and my car insurance because I'm still waiting on this licence and cant afford to live cause I've gone 35 days without it.
I would work without a license but I can't afford a charge either.


That would be pretty shitty.


Agreed. But if that happened to me I would just keep on working, while calling MCSCS every day for updates. If I got a PON for not having a license I would fight it. Hard to imagine a JP would find you guilty if you applied in time and the government lost your paperwork or didn't get around to getting you the certification so you can legally work in your profession!

Then again, maybe this guy didn't send in the paperwork six weeks in advance like you are supposed to...

Fuck that, do it online. Waaaaay faster
Ever listen to k billy's super sounds of the 70s?

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Re: Open Cuff cases and Handcuff care

Postby mack_silent » Mon Mar 07, 2016 10:23 am

Every year it takes a long time to process license renewals...
workplaces remind their staff of the timeline and consequences...
yet every year the same applicants wait until the last minute to send their paperwork.
KCCO. Wake up. Kick butt. Repeat.

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Re: Open Cuff cases and Handcuff care

Postby Mr. Islander » Mon Mar 07, 2016 6:58 pm

DonutMan wrote:Search your posts? Someone messaged me that. Someone doesn't like you ;)


Working in this career, a LOT of people don't like me.

Don't worry though, you will never experience that yourself, as you will never be hired.

I hear there's lots of opportunities in the basement saving jobs though.

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Re: Open Cuff cases and Handcuff care

Postby DonutMan » Mon Mar 07, 2016 7:57 pm

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Re: Open Cuff cases and Handcuff care

Postby DonutMan » Mon Mar 07, 2016 8:10 pm

mack_silent wrote:Every year it takes a long time to process license renewals...
workplaces remind their staff of the timeline and consequences...
yet every year the same applicants wait until the last minute to send their paperwork.


If security licensing is outsourced to Serco like driver licensing service is, it wouldn't suprise me if they were just too incompotent to process it in a timely manner.

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Re: Open Cuff cases and Handcuff care

Postby Mr. Islander » Mon Mar 07, 2016 8:15 pm

Must be that shit attitude of yours. I wouldn't like you either.

You know nothing about me so keep thinking you do.


Nice edit, little late on the draw though.

Everyone on here is asking you what you do for work, and you resort to dodging the question and chirping serving police officers you wish to ride with one day.

We get people like you on here every now and then, and it almost always ends up in a ban and them never being hired.

I think you should look in the mirror. It's not us, it's you.


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