Phone calls to HSS and Allied Universal security. “I’m getting ready to hang up on your as well!!!”

calling to find out employee protocols regarding identifying themselves to the public. i got hung up on.

mrs. 5-0 makes her snarky debut 🙂

shot 10/6/17

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38 thoughts on “Phone calls to HSS and Allied Universal security. “I’m getting ready to hang up on your as well!!!”

  1. You guys are very ignorant individuals. I sure hope you guys have a hard time solving any problem you ever have. She told you to contact another corporate office in another state for the correct details. How about calling the correct office next time. complete morons. do you guys know the policy for not being absolute shitty and toxic fucks? oh you dont "maybe you should have read the manual" as your loud mouth wife said to a worker who had already tried to help you and clearly had no info to give you. Also you gave no info as to why you had an issue with the security to actually give you the badges for anyone. What did they do for you to inquire for the badges?

  2. Well, 2 people on different side of a disagreement. Viewing this in piece in it’s entirety, I can honestly say I dislike everyone involved. Including the 2 ‘Karens’ maiming this video.

  3. YOU GUYS WANNA SEE THE BEST PART OF THIS VIDEOS GO TO TIME 1441 OUT OF 1717 VIDEO TIME HERE THE WIFE CAN'T EVEN SPELL HSS CORRECTLY SHE'S TOO HIGH SHE SPELLS HHS LOLZ YOU GUYS A FULL OF SHEA…….

  4. I know this is old but to clear up the confusion private security guards are still PRIVATE CITIZENS the rules and laws that apply to peace officers or police officers doesn't apply to them. Also the policies vary state by state I work for HSS in Texas and noone has permission to film us or ask us questions unless intentional or noticeable wrong doing is happening as per STATE LAW. You people ARE THE PROBLEM! Again each company policy is varied STATE BY STATE! So the laws in California may be different in Colorado. You try learning every states confidentiality laws and figure out how to answer questions like that. Would you even know? Actually learn what your states laws are and contact the HR department FOR YOUR STATE NOT CORPORATE.

  5. Typical run of the mill security guard companies like Allied Universal or Securitas, is all about bodies. These companies sell guard services and create an illusion and perception of security. Its all about perception and getting contracts not safety and real security. These companies are a joke. Allied Universal is pathetic. They promote so easily because they cant keep anyone worth their salt due to shady business practices.

  6. Mr & Mrs 50
    So understand your frustration. I am wondering if you using the word protocol might have thrown them for a loop. Possibly using the word policy procedures they MAY have understood the question. Enjoyed vedio sending much appreciation your way.
    Be well blessed and always safe.

  7. The funny part is the badges don't have any identifying factors to the employee so he was covering a costume piece. It isn't a number associated with an employee like a police dpt. They are contractor's and policy changes by site. Itt is tailored to each "client" and their desires for their site. They would need a list of policies thousands long. One for every individual building they work in. You guys were absolute assholes to them.

  8. Hey. To answer your question about security officers for Allied Universal, different rules and regulations vary by site. Each site has it's own Client who then develops certain policies with the Account manager which is then enforced by stationary security officers. However, you should be able to contact any Allied Universal branch office and ask for their handbook. But, as far as I know, they have to identify themselves as a security officer especially if they are a plains clothes loss prevention security officer and if asked by a citizen, must show their BSIS guard card. Or, you can call police to have them identify the security officer.

  9. This woman don't have nothing better to do….why is she call ing harassing these people. She needs to get her lazy as s of the couch. And go pi.s.s off! Plus they sound like some dumb hippies!!!!!

  10. Contract employee. A company buys your contract which makes them your boss which makes you an employee. That Maureen is an uneducated person who is unqualified to be employees. Call that company. There is this place called the better business bureau, that should monitor that business.

  11. Best way to get their attention is to call Felipe and file suit. They'll wake up and pay attention real fast. Felipe and Hemming will be able to research and find their corp officers & address and they will perk up in a heart beat. Keep up the good work.

  12. BSIS actually doesn't govern whether employees have to identify. The only legal requirement is that armed officers have to have a badge that has the company name and a number unique to the employee. The employee doesn't have to give any other information to the public. Unarmed officers aren't required to wear badges at all. I own a security company in California if you have any other questions.

  13. I'm not sure exactly in which ways the laws differ from state to state, but here in California a security guard is considered a private citizen. This means they are under no obligation to identify themselves to another private citizen, even when in uniform and on the job. They also have no legal authority to detain someone, short of placing them under arrest. Said arrest would be a private person's arrest, more commonly known as a "citizen's arrest".

  14. I just called and got Maureen. She connected me with Debbie's VM, who, apparently is the head of HR. I left a message about your situation. We'll see if she calls me back. If not, I will continue to call tomorrow and the next day, and the next… Thanks for what you do. I respect and understand MOST police activity. However, none of them are "special" and they can't just make stuff up. Thanks for educating the uninformed.

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