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  • Piracy - kidnapping and property loss - overseas travel risks
    also emboldened the pirates to enlarge their area of operation As shown in this collage of photographs The standard armament of the attacking force is usually the AK47 RPG or pistols The International response to this has been varied with some countries actively hunting the pirates whilst others have been prepared to take more direct action such as raids to recover hostages The companies themselves have conducted their affairs more quietly with some relying on maritime or ransom insurance The negotiations are conducted through third parties quite often in Lebanon Generally the hostages in these cases are well treated once seized International response now includes the raising of Combined Task Force 150 a multinational coalition task force design to tackle the piracy problem in Somalia This force operates under a UN mandate which suspended some of the sovereign rights of Somalia Australia is a contributor to this force Armed suspects in the Indian Ocean near somalia After this picture was taken it is alleged that the vessels crew opened fire on a US Navy ship not a bright thing to do The ships crew returned fire One suspected pirate died 12 were taken into custody Let us help prepare you

    Original URL path: http://securityandinvestigation.com.au/5194/35501.html (2014-01-05)
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  • Crisis Negotiators_kidnapping and Ransom (K & R)
    will be an expectation of a higher ransom If they have a lot of cash on them this may be taken as an indication of wealth The hostage takers will use the internet to look up the hostage and their family or business If the hostages are seized by an experienced crew of criminals they will be treated well if they are seized by new operators they may not be treated as well If they have been seized by religious fanatics it is harder to predict However in each case the hostages condition will be expected to deteriorate over time Within the negotiation team there must be agreement about who will be the contact point what resources are available and what the projected final outcome cost wise that is expected To make a promise that cannot be kept is counter productive For those with kidnap insurance they will be advised by their insurer For those without insurance they will be guided by their chosen crisis managers Various rules and guidelines will be laid down which must be followed The hostage takers the kidnappers hopefully have an expectation of payment Whilst they are assured that this expectation will be met the hostages are safe The negotiation simply relates to the amount of the payment Both sides must be aware that a ransom will be paid You are in the best position when the ransom demand is for money usually US dollars These means it is a financial transaction this is good Demands for exchange of hostages or release of prisoners make it a political ransom This is not so good it may require more negotiation at higher levels and is a far more complex situation You may expect a much longer and more drawn out operation generally When a payment is

    Original URL path: http://securityandinvestigation.com.au/5194/120301.html (2014-01-05)
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  • Article: Is my Husband, Wife, Partner or Significant Other Cheating? Reasons to hire a Private Investigator
    lying trying to help as this will destroy your cases credibility Private Investigators are independant Quite often they ask for money up front as this permits them to say they are not motivated by payment as they have already been paid As a party to the action your testimony will be considered tainted and biased even if it isn t You need professional help Private Investigators are cheaper than solicitors Bear in mind you need both TIME IS OF THE ESSENCE You need to act now Depending on where in the cycle of the affair your spouse may be the affair may end before you prove it You need to act now whilst the action is taking place An affair on average lasts 3 to 6 months It may start and end without your knowledge The triggers may be family upheaval work stress mutual attraction or an opportunity presents itself especially true with co workers Some of the indicators include unexplained phone calls and texts computer messages unexplained absences or changed behaviour such as showering as soon as they get home A hidden pre paid phone In some cases they may leave you for the mistress Waiting to prove your case may be too late Don t let the opportunity escape Basically if they did it once and got away with it they may stop for now but you can bet london to a brick they ve jumped that fence once they will think about doing it again Having said that cheaters can change It may be that the forces that drive them have gone that the relationship has improved that they don t feel that need Some people find that their partner does come back and stay It s sometimes referred to as a rocky period in a relationship Some get a fright and don t want to jump that fence again The confrontation may be enough to force them to accept that they will lose more than they gain In these circumstances you should feel sorry for the celebrity The media hounding won t let them move on SATISFY YOUR NEED TO KNOW A lot of our clients especially for relationship matters and custody disputes need to know They may have far more than a suspicion about something they may have actually already left and want to confirm that their suspicions about what would happen are right They may know what their ex partner is like with the children what he or she has promised to do such as not leave the children alone always supervise them or not expose them to the new partner They need to know the realities of the situation Each wants reassurance that they are not the only person with this need to know Well I can guarantee they aren t We all operate in both the emotional and logical fields Sometimes the emotional field and the need to know won t let us move forward Satisfy that need Confirming if your right

    Original URL path: http://securityandinvestigation.com.au/5152/64201.html (2014-01-05)
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  • Article - Signs of spouse abuse, domestic violence, catching out a spouse, private investigator
    for that average person In a normal relationship power is taken and given over certain area s In the stereotyped relationship the mother and father have roles These roles give them power over certain area s When a partnership is formed such as a marriage there is often a period of power struggle and adjustment in the first 12 months as the parties attempt to work out who holds the decision making power over an area of their lives In normal relationship including good marriages you may see one party appears subserviant to the others Quite often it is the female especially in the once common scenario of a male who goes out and works and a female who stays home and works as the care giver school volunteer and social glue of the relationship This goes against the grain of the modern feminist however it is just another model within the norm that works The big difference is that that this model works by mutual agreement not force In an abusive relationship it generally means one party has had their power and control taken from them not given as in the above discussions They are characterised by things such as control games head games violence jealousy threats removal or withholding of things one party enjoys the withholding of sex and emotional contact as well as forced sex An emotionally abusive partner is harder to pin point Woman are far more skilled at this than men Males tend to try and put their arguement as logical females tend to use more emotive arguements An emotional abuser may make their partner think they aren t good enough use put down language assign blame to the partner when things go wrong and keep the partner in a state of low self esteem

    Original URL path: http://securityandinvestigation.com.au/5152/64222.html (2014-01-05)
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  • The Private Group Directors Soapbox
    Public Servants do we get value for money Do we get visionaries or someone with their sites set firmly on the next election Or am I just a little to cynical I have no doubt there are some politicians there to do a good job for their constituents and the country just don t expect to see too many of them on the front benches maybe my opinions are influenced

    Original URL path: http://securityandinvestigation.com.au/11764.html (2014-01-05)
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  • Sub-Contractor Conditions | The Private Group Pty Ltd
    work e You are responsible for your own income protection and medical insurance f You must be independent thinkers and problem solvers who can deal with problems and adapt to changing conditions to achieve your objectives You must however keep us advised g As a sub contractor you are responsible to rectify any problems encountered during the provision of service e g lost contact during surveillance or client information that does not mesh with circumstances fuzzy logic You must keep us advised of problems encountered and actions taken h You must comply with instructions or advise of the reason for varying the instructions e g surveillance raining information wrong original plan won t work because of conditions at site no longer works there Bodyguard traffic conditions changed threat identified etc i PLEASE NOTE You must advise the team leader operations manager or head office if you believe an operation has been compromised This must be done at the same time as you are making an adjustments practical to rectify the situation change location change route change vehicles etc or as soon as practicable Sub Contractors are responsible for their own licenses insurance and liabilities It is recommended that you have

    Original URL path: http://securityandinvestigation.com.au/384845.html (2014-01-05)
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  • International law links for Investigators, Debt collectors, bodyguards.
    legal advice US Supreme Court decisions and opinions US US Statutes and Codes American Bar Association For the Private Investigator re moral legal and or criminal issues Searches and Seizure Oral Wire and Electronic communications Interceptions articles on this site US information security Economic Espionage What is required to become a Private Investigator in the US each State is different research tool Laws and Legislation by jurisdicitions Law Library Requirements

    Original URL path: http://securityandinvestigation.com.au/39401.html (2014-01-05)
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  • Private Security, Private Police, Guards, Property Protection, law, expolice as armed guards
    Police To Tasmanian Security Provider guide Western Australia There are two different licenses in Western Australia covering Private Investigators One for those who actually conduct Investigations Investigator licence required and one for those who advertise and supply the services of Investigators Inquiry Agent licence required Licenses are covered in the Security and Related Activities Control Act Contact the Western Australia Police for further To Northern Territory Private Security Act Consolidated

    Original URL path: http://securityandinvestigation.com.au/5173/46943.html (2014-01-05)
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