The day of bash and crash bouncers have gone. The new age is here.
Security and crowd control companies should encourage more females to be apart of their operational teams.
In Queensland they are now promoting this as means of decreasing conflict on the streets
When I developed U-nome Security in 2006, the female presence was always part of the operational plan. The subtle, female, proactive approach stops situations before they start. Communication and negotiation over brute force (where possible) has always been affective. 10 years on it has proven to be a successful dynamic
The philosophy is based on using communication to resolve a potentially dangerous situation without having to resort to physical contact. It’s about planning, preparation and predicting situations before they arise. Personal experience and industry feedback shows that placing women security personnel in positions of dealing with difficult situations, in most cases where men are the instigators of conflict, means the end result is a less aggressive outcome.
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