International Security Officers Day #ISOD

You may be slightly confused as it is (as yet) largely unknown in the U.K. and was started 3 short years ago on the 24th of July 2016 by members of the security industry in Singapore who recognised that the men and women, were at the front line of the provision of private security services, went about their role quietly, effectively with very little or no recognition, (sound familiar?). 

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Is that two women on a door?

The real issue is that whilst we have female firefighters, astronauts, pilots, police officers and female soldiers serving on the front lines, it seems unfathomable to some people that two females can work together, at the same venue, on the same shift, without a big burly man to come and save them!

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Use of bogus expert witness renders dozens of fraud case convictions unsafe

Numerous fraud convictions have been made unsafe following the collapse of a trial yesterday in which the prosecution’s expert witness was found to have no academic qualifications. Andrew Ager was involved in 20 previous trials and up to 50 police investigations into allegations of fraudulent carbon credit selling. The collapse of the case, also partly due to disclosure […]

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California jail release video of mentally ill inmate beating after civil suit settled for $1.4M

A California jail was compelled to release footage of corrections officers beating and tasing a mentally ill inmate after settling a class-action lawsuit for $1.4M.After abuse allegations led to three officials at the Jail in Auburn in California getting fired, a class-action lawsuit was filed by 500 inmates filed by civil rights attorney Mark Merin. […]

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