No Money For Cops Means Private Security Firms Cash In

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Lilly

Producer, Blogger, Television Host, Green building lover, Queen of the Forest. Pour yourself a drink, put on some lipstick, and pull yourself together.

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  • L.Scott Palmer

    We have had trouble with Cincinnati cops not showing for upto like 45 minutes for a b&e in progress for ages

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  • Baraborn

    I wonder what TYT thinks of private security now.

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  • badpanda84

    HAHA I guess George Zimmerman should start his own private security company

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  • DeadValorProductions

    A libertarian's dream? Are you kidding me? Not true at all, libertarians simply stand for individual liberties and fully uphold the constitution and declaration of independence. These documents clearly state that it is the best interest of the government to provide for the common welfare(ie- Armed forces, police, emergency services, ect) but just not go to far beyond that to keep the poeple from becoming dependent. That is what libertarians stand for, the American way, envisioned by our founding fathers.

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  • "all rights reserved, without prejudice"

    Bullshit I live in Oakland and the reason there is a volume of private security is because the federal CORPORATION OF DISTRICT COLUMBIA has plans to cease the port of Oakland under martial law .. this is the California Republic of North America, see Articles of Confederations, Article 2. This foreigner mayor Jean Quan went to Obama administration and beg for federal funding (military Scripts) to get these freaks patrolman to run these streets…crime here is no outta hand then anywhere else …the real crime is the Birth Certificates traded on the stock exchange and CAFR Funds.

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  • "all rights reserved, without prejudice"

    Bullshit BLACKWATER BLACK OPS OAKLAND

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  • "all rights reserved, without prejudice"

    This is all bullshit I had Five cops surrounding me the other day due to them falsely identifying me…400,000 PEOPLE but they 5 COPS to come and harass me, do the math? Bullshit

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  • "all rights reserved, without prejudice"

    All these private firms are bonded and there bonds will be pulled …

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  • "all rights reserved, without prejudice"

    Contact your state Secretary of State office and see if they are even recorded to operate in your state because most of these firms are foreign powers invading our local cities to abuse the people. Yeah now I'm a make a list of all these security guards working for the Vatican …Jesuit pukes.

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  • Joshua Arciniega

    They already pay out of pocket for a piece of shit police department you dumb bitch….

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  • Timothy Minton

    How is having your money stolen from you to purchase security which will enforce laws that you did not agree to better then paying for your own voluntarily that will only protect peoples property and not enforce laws?

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  • n1wizer

    I've never seen police protect anything as they have printed on the side of their vehicles.  By the time police arrive 8-10 minutes later if lucky the crime is committed and police are canvassing witnessing and investigating.  The majority of private security companies are people trying to make money being rent a cops, but some companies are military trained and have been trained to protect for 4,8,15 20 years.  Let trained security protect and let the police collect revenue with ticket writing.

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  • Chris Cross

    Cops job is to find out who committed crimes. You both know little about patriots or Liberitians. Unless you both are propagandists for a political view point. I have no political party backing view point. The reason for that is because I know how dangerous political factions can be and I am not as naïve as some people. I know how corruptible I am. Therefore I understand how corruptible man can be. this is why America was founded on distrust of government.

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  • Ian C

    Because without regulation Kellogg would end up putting razor blades in their cereal.

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  • Whitewolf Crowley

    Here is security, get a gun.

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  • freedumenergy

    how much is your life worth snob's?? If you want to live like a snobb you gotta pay trendy prices.. should be happy security is out there risking there lives for you trendies..

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  • donesixfour

    private security is regulated in all populous states

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  • ThomasGrant80

    Nice society the people of Oakland have created for themselves….yeah.

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  • cacoca79

    underfunded? maybe if these government in employees didnt have such inflated salaries and pension plans there would be more money

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  • Nightshift10000

    Dumbasses I'd rather have private security over inefficient, centralized police any day. Oh and just for reference if people weren't being taxed out the ass by the government EVERYONE could afford private security even the poor. I love how naysayer idiots bring up the standards of how society is now to things like this where in a low/no tax society everyone could have this and other private services that the government provides poorly but that the private sector can do without even blinking.

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  • James R

    That's what you get with liberalism.

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  • James R

    That is why I dislike your channel because you always are lying. You talk about the libertarian ideas about not having police? No, libertarians believe that police are needed and should be funded. You never miss a moment to put your liberal spin on it.

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  • Thomas Greene

    Interesting, considering that a city police force is rather a new thing in human history. From ancient times people have been contracted out to protect people and property.

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  • Lyft_Brown1965

    Whats wrong with you man.

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  • Debora Sampson

    Certified cops obviously went to the academy, but the best training is gotten after the academy and they get it with private training companies. Some of these training facilities have security forces and some are just to train others. Its just stupid to sit there and compare the training of cops to the training of private security as if you know the difference or could tell the difference. I have seen over the years, several times when a certified cop had to be redirected and his weapon taken away from him during training. Some of these guys have no business holding a gun much less being a cop. While others from a private training facility with no police training have dominated the training grounds with tactics they learnt and mastered from the private training system. BTW many military personnel have attended this camp for advanced supplemental training prior to overseas deployment. Don't be confused by private companies. Many private companies train and consult our military and law enforcement. All of our military and law enforcement capabilities came from private companies, not government.

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