It seem’s the CEO of REDfour MSS has been telling quite a few porkies over the last 10years while also making himself out to be some sort of guru when it comes to all things piratey while also not having the decency to pay his teams while he went out and bought a Maserati (true dit). REDfour: Making pirates think twice – Splash 247 The truth of the matter is he was never 63 SF(R), never a commissioned rank in HMG and never (really) in HMG at all. From The Gazette, where if you type in a name, you can check anyone’s commission..
https://www.thegazette.co.uk/all-not…s-page-size=10 Example- https://www.thegazette.co.uk/all-not…s-page-size=10 Then we come to his private security history. He was a bum on a seat in Basrah and spent a bit of time in the Legion but the rest is complete fabrication- How do I know? I checked. Radaris Great Britain: Looking for Will Mcmanus? Trying to track down someone online? View public records here. Location: London, United Kingdom Industry: Security and Investigations Current: Director at REDfour Security Group Past: FSA Somalia at IMC Geophysics Manager at Olive Group Senior Consultant at CRG security manager at ArmorGroup Moving Target at Hart Security batard at French Foreign Legion bastard at Officer in the British Army see less…
4 more… Education: University of Wales, Swansea More info at: Radaris Great Britain: Looking for Will Mcmanus? Trying to track down someone online?
View public records here. A friend from 264 who runs a uber-private facebook page for ex-SF scalies sent me this photo of our walt wearing a SF tie and a chest full of campaign medals….. Checking his ex-sigs database it turns out this is all ebay-bought bling.
No sign of him on the ORBAT for Granby, Bos, Kos, Barras, Afghan or anywhere else… It’s a very, very small world in SF sigs and nobody has even heard of him except as a bluffer. I know lots of you would have had exposure to Mr McManus and I should imagine that none of you thought this day would ever come?
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Originally posted here: Will McManus- Walter Mitty extrordinaire?
Alan Clamp, our Chief Executive launched a new initiative at Security Twenty17 promoting responsible buying of security and the SIA s Approved Contractor Scheme. Alan Clamp told the audience at the Heathrow event that we want to persuade purchasers to buy security on quality, not just on price. Our new SIA leaflet, Do You Buy Security: the regulator s guide to buying private security has been produced in support of the initiative. Holding a copy of the leaflet, Alan Clamp told the audience:
Buying cut-price security can be appealing, but it is a false economy. I would say to buyers of security that the safety of the public, and the reputation of your business, are too important to trust to the lowest bidder without any other safeguards.
Very cheap security can come at the expense of lower standards and a higher risk of harm to people and property.
The leaflet is particularly intended for use by our Approved Contractors when tendering for work, and explains the benefits of the scheme. Alan Clamp continued:
One way that buyers including the public sector – can support and recognise good quality security provision is to use businesses that have the SIA s Approved Contractor Scheme accreditation. Buyers can be confident that these businesses have been quality assured to ensure that the services that they provide are compliant.
Our Approved Contractor Scheme, which is voluntary, measures private security suppliers against a set of independently assessed criteria. The Scheme currently covers more than 840 businesses throughout the UK. Approved Contractors range in size from multi-national companies to local small enterprises, and they all comply with the ACS standards. Alan Clamp noted recent successful prosecutions of criminal and non-compliant security businesses through work by our regional investigation teams. He held up our enforcement activity as a crucial element of its strong commitment to achieving and maintaining high standards within the security industry.Using an Approved Contractor reduces the risk to buyers that their brand may be associated with non-compliant businesses.
The new leaflet can be downloaded from our website.
- The Security Industry Authority is the organisation responsible for regulating the private security industry in the United Kingdom, reporting to the Home Secretary under the terms of the Private Security Industry Act 2001.
The SIA’s main duties are: the compulsory licensing of individuals undertaking designated activities; and managing the voluntary Approved Contractor Scheme.
- For further information about the Security Industry Authority or to sign up for email updates visit www.sia.homeoffice.gov.uk.
Law enforcement investigating at the First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs after a gunman opened fire during a Sunday service. Law enforcement investigating at the First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs after a gunman opened fire during a Sunday service.
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (ABC4 Utah) The Texas church murders shattered the sanctuary of church across the nation and Utah, forcing pastors to revisit their security plan. When Pastor France Davis came to Calvary Baptist Church 45 years ago, he never expected to hear about mass murder in a place of worship. I thought that churches were a sacred place that people had respect for them, Pastor Davis said. Now, a top priority for the church is ensuring the 1,400 Sunday worshippers remain safe. Only a handful of doors allow access to the chapel . Inside, a plain-clothes security team keeps watch.
We know what to expect of the members of the church . When others come, we don t know them and have to be careful, Pastor Davis said. It is a pastor s worst nightmare, The Point Church Pastor Corey Hodges said.
The Point Church in Kearns also set up a secret security team made up of former military and law enforcement officers with tactical and active shooter training. I feel obligated to protect the sheep, our congregants, Pastor Hodges said. Pastor Hodges also installed a comprehensive camera system, keyless entry, and asks parishioners to alert the security team of any violent domestic issues that could come knocking. This week, Calvary Baptist Church celebrates their 125th anniversary in Salt Lake City . They ve hired extra off-duty police officers to keep an eye out for trouble.