NTI: Global Security Newswire - Wednesday, August 3, 2005
Here's several comments regarding this article:
1. I think this is an excellent idea.
2. This is a "no-brainer", why has it taken four years to
3. Why is California the only state doing this ?
4. Is 4 hours an adequate amount of time ?
5. Finally, 40 hours to become a licensed private security guard ?
That's a lot less time than it takes to become a licensed hair
stylist, isn't it ?
Now no offense to hair stylists, but personally I'd like to
think that someone who might be guarding a potential terrorist
target gets (considerably) more training than 40 hrs, and
definitely more than 4 hrs of antiterrorism training !