Open Cuff cases and Handcuff care

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Re: Open Cuff cases and Handcuff care

Postby John014 » Sat Mar 05, 2016 6:58 pm

Punisher-One wrote:
DonutMan wrote:although i have cew, carbine and shotgun certification, do not regularly carry or use these tools currently


What do you do for work?

A quick search of his posts shows he has questions about applying as a special Constable, police officer and others. It also shows him attempting to sound like he is a member with "first hand knowledge". Plus if you ask him what he does for work he tells you it doesn't matter.

My assumption is that he is not a serving peace officer.

If Donut man feels that I am incorrect or off side he is free to join the police only side and send me a message.
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Re: Open Cuff cases and Handcuff care

Postby DonutMan » Sat Mar 05, 2016 8:44 pm

Jacky Boy wrote:
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Respond Wayne wrote:I'm not totally sure, it could have been some sort of money transfer duties... I just remember seeing a pistol locked up in the equipment room... Also, waaay back when I worked for SIS ADT Security in Mississauga, our Manager had worked for Intelligarde at one point and told us a story about calling TPS for assistance at a site, TPS arriving and seeing him with an empty holster and wondering WTF happened to his weapon... It was locked in the trunk of his vehicle since the site he was on didn't call for a weapon.


Who wears a holster around without a weapon in it? :lol:


I saw a security guard at a strip mall who had candy in it :banghead:


I aint even mad, that's hilarious.

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Re: Open Cuff cases and Handcuff care

Postby No 20 Year Medal » Sat Mar 05, 2016 9:24 pm

John014 wrote:...If Donut man feels that I am incorrect or off side he is free to join the police only side and send me a message.
Don't hold your breath, I'm pretty sure we won't be seeing him there.
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Re: Open Cuff cases and Handcuff care

Postby John014 » Sat Mar 05, 2016 10:01 pm

No 20 Year Medal wrote:
John014 wrote:...If Donut man feels that I am incorrect or off side he is free to join the police only side and send me a message.
Don't hold your breath, I'm pretty sure we won't be seeing him there.

Yeah I'm sure he won't.


Just waiting for the reply where he tells me it's not important where he works or what he does. Sure it doesn't matter what he does when talking with other applicants as long as he's stating he's an applicant. But it is very important when someone tries to chime in like they are an actual member and they aren't.
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Re: Open Cuff cases and Handcuff care

Postby Punisher-One » Sun Mar 06, 2016 10:45 am

DonutMan wrote:I aint even mad, that's hilarious.


Where do you work?
Where did you obtain these "certifications" in CEW, rifle, and shotgun?
What entity issued these "certifications" to you?

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Postby No 20 Year Medal » Sun Mar 06, 2016 10:48 am

Do you seriously expect a straight answer?


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Re: Open Cuff cases and Handcuff care

Postby Floydie » Sun Mar 06, 2016 12:22 pm

Punisher-One wrote:Where do you work?
Where did you obtain these "certifications" in CEW, rifle, and shotgun?
What entity issued these "certifications" to you?


FEDSEC :sniper:
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Re: Open Cuff cases and Handcuff care

Postby mack_silent » Sun Mar 06, 2016 3:46 pm

According to the linkedin account for FEDSEC's "Chief of Staff", the company has been reclassified as "Federal Force Protection Agency".
I'm surprised the PSISA allowed such a misleading business name to be registered.
Also... they offer "military special ops threat avoidance technologies"... WTF?
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Re: Open Cuff cases and Handcuff care

Postby IndictableChaser » Sun Mar 06, 2016 3:49 pm

mack_silent wrote:According to the linkedin account for FEDSEC's "Chief of Staff", the company has been reclassified as "Federal Force Protection Agency".
I'm surprised the PSISA allowed such a misleading business name to be registered.
Also... they offer "military special ops threat avoidance technologies"... WTF?

It's ok GARDA bought them out. Of course to implement national security policies that help keep Canada safe.
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Re: Open Cuff cases and Handcuff care

Postby mack_silent » Sun Mar 06, 2016 3:55 pm

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
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Re: Open Cuff cases and Handcuff care

Postby DonutMan » Sun Mar 06, 2016 3:59 pm

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:

From the comments:

+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.

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Re: Open Cuff cases and Handcuff care

Postby Respond Wayne » Sun Mar 06, 2016 4:26 pm

Two directors of FEDSEC CORPORATION -- Arthur Harrison PECKHAM III and Sir Neil M. SHAW.


LOL, OMG, I need to get "Sir" added to the beginning of my name! :rolllaugh:
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Re: Open Cuff cases and Handcuff care

Postby Tango5 » Sun Mar 06, 2016 4:34 pm

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Re: Open Cuff cases and Handcuff care

Postby Respond Wayne » Sun Mar 06, 2016 8:24 pm

Tango5 wrote:Sir Respond Wayne III


That has a nice ring to it... 8)
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Re: Open Cuff cases and Handcuff care

Postby Jacky Boy » Mon Mar 07, 2016 6:40 am

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:

From the comments:

+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...
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