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Hurricane Response - Armed (Commissioned) Security - seen in Craigslist (Texas)

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Spreadfire Arms, Jul 14, 2009.

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  1. Spreadfire Arms

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    i saw some Craigslist ads that have private security companies recruiting Commissioned Security Officers (Level III) to get on a callout list to work if a hurricane hits the TX gulf coast. i was out there last year for Hurricane Ike and got paid pretty well. just wondering if anyone was planning on doing this?

    p.s. you do have to have a Level III Commissioned Security Officer License to work. just saw some stuff about it on Craigslist Austin, Dallas, and San Antonio.
     
  2. Lone_Gunman

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    So where is the part about guns?
     
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    Level III is armed security like when I was an armored car attendent.
     
  4. zombienerd

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    How does one get this license? is there a special company or governmental security board you have to get certified through?

    May be interested in this as a "next career" when I get bored with this one.
     
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    And armed security after a Hurricane.
     
  6. Larry Ashcraft

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    Off topic.
     
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