PINKERTON is advertising for a Regional Investigator to work in London, United Kingdom. The Regional Investigator, assigned to EMEA, conducts various investigations and analysis for a specific client. The Investigator will complete all investigations by gathering pertinent data, reviewing investigative gaps, preparing case files, and completing associated reporting requirements.
Essential Functions; The functions listed describe the business purpose of this job. Specific duties or tasks may vary and be documented separately. The employee might not be required to perform all functions listed. Additional duties may be assigned, and functions may be modified, according to business necessity. All assigned duties or tasks are deemed to be part of the essential functions, unless such duties or tasks are unrelated to the functions listed, in which case they are deemed to be other (non-essential) functions. Employees are held accountable for successful job performance. Job performance standards may be documented separately, and may include functions, objectives, duties or tasks not specifically listed herein. In performing functions, duties or tasks, employees are required to know and follow safe work practices, and to be aware of company policies and procedures related to job safety, including safety rules and regulations. Employees are required to notify superiors upon becoming aware of unsafe working conditions.
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EMEA Regional Investigator, UK. – PALADIN JOBS
Taken from: Regional Investigator, London.
Festival goers could experience a stronger police presence at music festivals following an increased number of drug offenses at Canada s Ever After Music Festival last month.
According to CBC News1, of the approximately 23,000 festival patrons there were 129 drug-related incidents that occurred at the three day event where artists like Bassnectar, Zeds Dead, Destructo and Snails performed . This prompted local authorities to react by stating that security guards may need assistance if an influx of such offenses continues. Staff Sgt . Pat Smola of Waterloo Regional Police s major events unit hinted that the increased police presence is imminent: “We are definitely going to look at an increase . The big area that we’re going to need to add additional resources is the front main gate screening area.”
The report regarding Ever After Music Festival states that any person found to be in possession of an illegal substance upon entering was immediately turned over to the police, who would then determine the charges. To add perspective, reports2 regarding Electric Daisy Carnival in 2017 state that there were 95 felony charges, most of which drug related, with an average daily attendance of 135,000.
A martial arts instructor from North Wales was among hundreds of passengers forced to leave Manchester Airport when a suspicious package sparked a security alert. Chris Pritchard, from Caernarfon, arrived at Terminal 3 at 9:30am today to check in for his flight to Heathrow, but a routine hold baggage screening then identified a bag which appeared to contain a suspicious item. Passengers were then asked to wait outside as a precaution , but weren t given any more information about what was happening, said Mr Pritchard.
They just kept moving us further and further away from the airport, he said.
Manchester Airport was evacuated after a suspicious package was spotted (Photo: Chris Pritchard)
First we were moved outside, then across the road, then we were asked to wait in the car park.
We weren t given any information .
We were just told they were evacuating us as a precaution.
It wasn t until the police, fire service, amulance, bomb squad and armed police arrived that I realised it was serious.
I asked a member of staff and he just said the situation was a lot worse than they first thought, but he couldn t tell me anything more than that.
The 37-year-old, who runs Pritchard s Martial Arts Academy in Caernarfon, was due to catch a connecting flight from Heathrow at 4:40pm to Las Vegas, where he s due to attend the
Martial Arts Supershow. After realising that the disruption could mean missing his flight to the US, Mr Pritchard decided to drive himself to Heathrow. This isn t the first time Mr Pritchard has encountered difficulty while travelling between the UK and USA: in January last year, he was caught up in the third worst snowstorm in New York s history while attending a Professional Martial Arts College function in New Jersey.
I travel to the USA maybe five or six times a year and, when something like this happens, I m just glad to be safe, he said.
But some people were actually getting really annoyed at the situation.
A Manchester Airport spokesman said: All passengers were safely evacuated from the terminal while further investigations took place.
Officers determined the bag posed no threat.
We apologise to all passengers affected by this incident.
The safety and security of our customers and employees will always be our number one priority.