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Post by Ashley Washington on Sun Jun 21, 2015 1:55 pm

Name: Ashley McWashington
Badge number: 836
Rank: Recruit
Suggestion title: Rank Structure and departments
What would you like to change/suggest? Well, I reckon we should have a new structure where it isn't all about gaining rank's, there's divisions implemented so we have maybe ''Doorman, Security Guard Patrol, Human Resources'', Management'', Inside these divisions there will be maybe 2 people who are the supervisors and deal with the money then they hand the 5% to Tyler or Curtis.

Doorman Ranks:
((To become a Doorman you don't have to have a PF license as they just work at the door, but to become a Doorman Supervisor you have to hold a PF license with a guard card))

Every new guard will start of as a Doorman and have to work their way up to Doorman III and when they've reached that rank they can apply for other divisions such as Security Guard Patrol and Human Resources.
Doorman Recruit
Doorman I
Doorman II
Doorman III
Doorman Supervisor

Security Guard Patrol Ranks:
To become a Security Guard patrol you have to hold a PF License and a Guard Card, and you have to apply to become a Security Guard I.
Security Guard I
Security Guard II
Security Guard III
Security Guard Supervisor

Human Resources
Human Resources Agent
Human Resources Senior Agent
Human Resources Supervisor

Management:
Senior Management
Management (CEO, COO)

If you like to change something, what do you think is wrong/faulty with the current one? Well, it'd be more organised as we'd have supervisors and new recruit's won't feel useless as they'd be able to get promoted to different ranks as a Doorman.
If available, list the names, badge numbers and ranks of members that recommend this: N/A


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Post by Connor Ross on Sun Jun 21, 2015 1:59 pm

We already have H.R. I don't think we will need divisions for Doormen and Security Guards as we then  would have to change the application system again. Also Doormen and regular Security Guard's trainings are same, both learn tactics to get people down, arrested etc. That can also get confusing if let's say Doorman has a GC, but the Security Guard doesn't, meaning their positions will probably be swapped.

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Post by Tyler Holyfield on Sun Jun 21, 2015 2:02 pm

Hmm, what would a recruit benefit from getting promoted from a Doorman I to II/III  ?

Connor Ross wrote:We already have H.R. I don't think we will need divisions for Doormen

Thing is, if we applied this, we will restrict Bouncer duty to Doormen only, what if we are lacking a few bouncers?

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Post by Ashley Washington on Sun Jun 21, 2015 2:04 pm

Well, it's proved that they've underdone the training courses and they've been loyal to the actual agency itself as a doorman recruit and a doorman II you can't apply to become a security guard patrol, you've got to earn up to Doorman III to actually become a security guard patrol, and if they've got to work their way up they'll work even harder to earn that rank to apply to become a security guard patrol right?

- Doorman won't be allowed to have any firearm unless they have been granted view the Senior Management above, so for example the only person allowed to have a firearm is a Doorman Supervisor. They've got to work their way up the rank's , and that'd be a benefit so we'd get to know them see what they are like and make sure they are trust worthy to become a proper licensed Security Guard.

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Post by Tyler Holyfield on Sun Jun 21, 2015 2:08 pm

SGI, SGII and SGIII are already implemeted, the SG Supervisor is basically the Assistant head of security, We have an HR unit consisted of 1 rank, their job is to handle recruitment applications.

Senior management and (CEO) are already implemented so the only thing you are adding is the doorman division, right?

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Post by Connor Ross on Sun Jun 21, 2015 2:09 pm

Tyler Holyfield wrote:Hmm, what would a recruit benefit from getting promoted from a Doorman I to II/III  ?

Connor Ross wrote:We already have H.R. I don't think we will need divisions for Doormen

Thing is, if we applied this, we will restrict Bouncer duty to Doormen only, what if we are lacking a few bouncers?

There's also this fact that people are actually more interested guarding inside than outside, which might reveal, that more people are going to apply for Security-Guard.

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Post by Connor Ross on Sun Jun 21, 2015 2:10 pm

Ashley_McWashington wrote:
- Doorman won't be allowed to have any firearm unless they have been granted view the Senior Management above, so for example the only person allowed to have a firearm is a Doorman Supervisor. They've got to work their way up the rank's , and that'd be a benefit so we'd get to know them see what they are like and make sure they are trust worthy to become a proper licensed Security Guard.

This will also mean that doormen will get paid less, due to them being unarmed.

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Post by Ashley Washington on Sun Jun 21, 2015 2:12 pm

Well Security Guard Supervisor can contain up to three people maximum, so for example Chief of Security, Assistant Head of Security and someone else could be implemented into that department,

Second of all people may not want to be standing outside, but we need people doing it right? That's why we make the new people deal with the doors intill they get a guard card and work their way up to Doorman III, It'll take some time to get ranked up and being able to apply for the Security Guard position but we'd obviously have people on the door more if they are a doorman, right?


- Down to the pay that doesn't really matter as they'll keep it the same for the unarmed guards so 20,000 for casino's and 15,000 for nightclubs, as I said they have to earn some stuff before actually going into the security guard position and when they earn that they'll be able to get a higher paycheck and they'd be able to be granted the privileges of being inside.

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Post by Connor Ross on Sun Jun 21, 2015 2:21 pm

Ashley_McWashington wrote:Well Security Guard Supervisor can contain up to three people maximum, so for example Chief of Security, Assistant Head of Security and someone else could be implemented into that department,

Second of all people may not want to be standing outside, but we need people doing it right? That's why we make the new people deal with the doors intill they get a guard card and work their way up to Doorman III, It'll take some time to get ranked up and being able to apply for the Security Guard position but we'd obviously have people on the door more if they are a doorman, right?


- Down to the pay that doesn't really matter as they'll keep it the same for the unarmed guards so 20,000 for casino's and 15,000 for nightclubs, as I said they have to earn some stuff before actually going into the security guard position and when they earn that they'll be able to get a higher paycheck and they'd be able to be granted the privileges of being inside.
So now you are basically ignoring the fact, that we could have two divisions. The way I see this, if we let this through, doormen will be at the door and security guards will be inside. Working up to Doorman III to get inside, doesn't make any sense to me as we would have made two divisions to seperate doormen from security guards, right?

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Post by Francis_Rothschild on Sun Jun 21, 2015 4:23 pm

I think it could overly complicate an already pretty decent rank structure. In the same sense, it will limit peoples role play as their rank entails the job they do while guarding. I think a lot of people will eventually lose interest primarily because being a doorman five hundred times in a row might get a little tiresome.

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Post by Tyler Holyfield on Sun Jun 21, 2015 11:17 pm

Francis_Rothschild wrote: I think a lot of people will eventually lose interest primarily because being a doorman five hundred times in a row might get a little tiresome.

Agree 100%, you can suggest another structure. Moved.

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