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  • Australian Person locator, Mising persons, Witness Location , Find someone, locate someone, locate, Find my
    an Australian adopted girl of 37yrs adopted at birth The mother had moved married and now lives in California USA There had been rumours that the birth mother had moved to Germany All conventional avenues she had attempted previously had failed The daughter has found a new family of half brothers and sisters plus medical information she should know We cover Australia including Queensland New South Wales Victoria South Australia Western Australia The Northern Territory Canberra and the ACT Tasmania We have found people in the USA Europe and the U K COSTS for Locating A Person These are minimums each request is treated as an individual investigation Interrogation of various computer indices for a person matching the particulars described straight data matching 465 For location circumstances of person requests Intel Analyst research in Australia less than 5 years since last spoken to or confirmed location 770 depending on information and complexity Please note if we establish that you have misled us about the time since last contact or confirmed location in an attempt to reduce costs we will cease working on your file monies will be forfeit and intelligence gathered shall not be forwarded For location circumstances of person requests Intel Analyst research in Australia 5 to 10 years 1250 For complex matters and location circumstances of person requests Intel Analyst research greater than 10 yrs 2650 For overseas enquiries please add 440 If it is established that more than one on ground enquiry is required 550 major centres Darwin 660 other area s by negotiation subject to your approval Some clients may only require to ascertain the circumstances of person sought others may require contact details or request that the person be approached We understand that each request is different We understand how sensitive it can be searching

    Original URL path: http://securityandinvestigation.com.au/5152/54601.html (2014-01-05)
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  • Executive Protection, Corporate Security
    seen as an inconvenience We take your safety seriously that is our job We provide armed or unarmed executive security depending on the circumstances Within some countries we may use a combination of local armed staff and unarmed team leaders to liase with the client to meet local law requirements Unarmed executive protection staff focus on security assessments planning situational awareness maintenance of secure corridors for movement the use of verbal judo open hand and closed hand tactics For some the presence of discreet capable staff is sufficient Discretion is assured Executive protection is the provision of security services that provide for the safe and secure movement of the client from location to location utilising techniques designed to reduce risks and promote the clients feeling of safety Business people are a higher risk group because they are identified by some more radical elements as representative of all ills Some may be targeted because of the industry they are employed in other because of their nationality Many executives are in a higher risk group because of multiple exposures to risk they travel more An increase in risk may be bought about by bad publicity or even broad publicity of an event

    Original URL path: http://securityandinvestigation.com.au/5194/190001.html (2014-01-05)
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  • VIP protection, Executive Security
    require a large physical presence Each clients needs are different We cater to those needs Call us on 61 7 47788970 Our office is in the AEST timezone We utilise the services of former members of the military police and government agencies Our staff have international experience We provide an integrated service incorporating staff with local knowledge and occasionally bringing in specialist staff to cater to a particular need Close

    Original URL path: http://securityandinvestigation.com.au/5194/190022.html (2014-01-05)
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  • Security, crowd control, Party Safe, guard, bodyguard, private security
    officer They may be armed Security Officers or security guards include cash in transit officers to move your valuables or money Our Armoured Car guards and small vehicle transports come under this division Security officers include monitoring security staff for remote alarm monitoring These may be covert or overt operations The division between a crowd controller and a security officer lies in the fact that a crowd controller deals with a public place and a security officer deals with another persons property These are separated from Bodyguards by the fact that bodyguards protect the person security guards protect property For private functions and events we supply security staff They may be discreet protection as well as a well dressed presence at the front entrance checking the guest list They may use force where necessary to protect your property or person For the protection of the person rather than property we have available bodyguards Dog patrols officers are considered similar to armed security Our preference in dogs is a Rottweiler or German Shepherd with a Sch III and IPO background to their breeding We do not recommend these dogs to the general public as they are strong willed with high drives

    Original URL path: http://securityandinvestigation.com.au/5173/45401.html (2014-01-05)
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  • Close Protection, Close Personal Protection
    of personal security the the provision of security staff in close proximity to the client executive or VIP Our staff are there to protect YOU We provide a service based in Australia delivered worldwide We are linked and networked across Europe and Asia giving us the capacity to provide a tailored service Our staff are trained and discreet Call us on Australia 1300 966 103 International 61 7 47788970 Head

    Original URL path: http://securityandinvestigation.com.au/5194/219301.html (2014-01-05)
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  • Travel Companion, travelling partner, Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, Darwin
    the world to have retained it s electric tram network It is the home of the iconic Melbourne Cup horse race each year at Flemington The rural area s of Victoria can boast the highest concentration of natural springs and spa s in Australia as well as some of the earliest gold fields It has millions of hectares of parks national parks lakes and forests Road trips include the Great Ocean Road starting at Geelong the second largest City in Victoria It travels along the rugged South West Coast past places of interest such as the twelve apostles From Melbourne you can go on to South Australia across to Tasmania or up to Sydney For more on Australia Queensland New South Wales Travel Companion HOME TIPS Water where available as town water in Australia is generally potable drinkable unless cautions are displayed In the inland parts of Australia some town water may be bore water or artesian water Not all of this is recommended for drinking In some cases the water may have a different taste or smell and is an acquired taste In some smaller towns of inland or central Australia the water comes out of the taps at scalding temperatures artesian bore water Of interest this water comes out of the ground under pressure and may not need to be pumped Supermarkets shops service stations and licensed premises bars clubs hotels motels sell bottled water For information on Travel Security Travel Security Travel Tips Electricity in Australia Electricity from mains supply power points in Australia is alternating current AC which is usually specified as being supplied at 230 to 240 volts with a frequency of 50 Hz Officially mains supply voltage is 230 volts with a tolerance range of 10 and 6 i e 216 to 253 volts

    Original URL path: http://securityandinvestigation.com.au/70701/135701.html (2014-01-05)
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  • Security and robbery advice
    hold up victim and the commotion it may attract They intend getting their money and leaving Run of the mill offenders are opportunistic and don t travel far from where they live However please do not be fooled into think a knife or lump of steal is a less than lethal weapon and ineffective as a threat You are dealing with a desperate or drugged person or both A knife or blunt instrument is often used in robberies especially hastily planned one s It is still a potentially deadly instrument It has always been recommended that untrained staff give the offender whatever they ask for when threatened The trick is to try and remain calm You will have adrenalin no matter what just don t do anything silly Keep your eyes moving don t fixate on the weapon Take mental notes of everything including tattoo s jewellery accents if they re left or right handed what they say and how they say it clothing including shoes what do they touch fingerprints do they spit or throw away a cigarette or bleed DNA Compare their height against something so you can describe their correct height Look to see if they re wearing a wig If they have a gun have a look is it a pistol revolver or semi automatic a rifle a shotgun Can you see bullets or shells Above all do not antagonise the robbers A robbery involves a power play before they entered the store you were in charge when they come in with their weapons they want to be in charge and get you to do what they want They are seeking material things Let them have them You re safety is paramount However when they leave you should note which way do they go do they throw anything away or what sort of car the registration stickers or other identifying features How many people were in the car Make sure you protect anything that may yield evidence don t touch or let anyone else touch physical evidence Make sure the first responding police are made aware of anything that may be useful When the robbers leave they are no longer a threat if you can look up the road to see where they go safely do it Take your mobile phone give a running commentary if you like Calls to police are recorded it s a way of making notes for yourself of every detail you can see Make sure your not talking gibberish though If you live in an area where police dogs may be used to track the offender try not to let people move over the area where you saw the offender go If you have dogs secure them so they don t distract the police dog if you can phone neighbours and ask them to do call their dogs inside before police arrive it may be helpful Be ready to give an indication of exactly where you saw the offender go and

    Original URL path: http://securityandinvestigation.com.au/5173/5278.html (2014-01-05)
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  • Bodyguards - kidnapping - hostage negotiation
    advance in 2 week blocks This exhorbitant price is justified by the risks involved the costs incurred including under the table and the stress of 24hr availability Staff are shouldering the burden of another persons life The negotiations can also be hindered by government policy with regards paying ransom demands Behind the scenes support may be the best you are able to achieve from diplomatic staff Other government agencies may be able to provide assistance in a discreet manner with contacts and advice The successful completion of a negotiation should result in an exchange of hostages for the negotiated ransom The mission is not considered complete until the hostages have been returned home or to a secure destination During negotiations the negotiators may be forced to place themselves in a high risk position to prove their good will and provide short term security to the hostage taker Whilst it is preferable that this does not happen it may be neccesary Information security is PARAMOUNT during negotiations An uncontrolled leak to the media or a foreign source can cause untold damage including loss of life or the seizing of funds or hostages by a third party You cannot discuss this matter with anyone outside the small circle involved in negotiations without discussion with the negotiation team A secret shared is a secret lost The mental and physical state of the hostages must also be considered in any evacuation plans To have a person who has survived months in a very small dark place threatened with death arrive home on an international flight to face a waiting throng of media may do harm to their delicate mental state To go from extreme pressure to safety may take months of adaptation and possibly years of adjustment MORE on this subject As with all

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