Re: No Carry permit needed
Jim, The sad fact is he was probably right in not stopping her. Security only has the same rights as private citizens, but gets held to cop standards. I dont actually think stealing the purse would be considered a felony, unless she had over $500 on her and there was no way for him to know that. And if it's not a felony, we cant do crap, basically. Though he could have probably "detained" her..... It's kind of a slippery slope for security, from my prospective. Our state training really leaves you wondering about whether you should do something or not. And yet, if you DONT do things, you can still be held liable for that as well, criminally and civilly.
I hope nothing ever goes down at the nuke plant, or they will probably hang us out to dry, regardless of what we do, if it will save them a $.....
Gainfully employed= shooting somebody elses bullets and getting paid for it