April 22, 2024

4 thoughts on “Woman Shot, Security Guard Jailed

  1. They seem to have pretty strict laws here concerning bearing firearms. As a non-citizen, I can’t own or carry one (though in a self defense scenario, I AM allowed to use my wife’s, should she possess one).

    I was under the impression you had to have some sort of college degree in criminology (or whatever they call it) based on the security jobs I searched when I was first looking for employment here.

    Of course, I’m sure there’s also a lot of “who you know” in play as far as getting work as well… the theme seems to permeate a lot of stuff here from my observations.

    1. Well Patrick, first of all thanks for checking out my blog. I hope to see you around more. Second, I don’t know all the rules and laws here, but I doubt very seriously if all the security guards here have a degree. I suppose it’s possible since many people go to college here and there is really no place to use your degree like we are use to in the US (for instance). I just figured that it was (like in the US) that the guards had a background check, a gun safety class and a training class to make sure they know what they are doing. I sure would not dismiss the “who you know” factor around here though.

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