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  1. READ MORE HERE: https://www.gov.uk/government/news/britain-and-belgium-mark-360th-anniversary-of-the-grenadier-guards
  2. Apologies if this is the incorrect forum. If I am leaving a store and the security alarm goes off do the security guard have the right to search my bags without my consent? I ask this as it happened to someone who was leaving a store yesterday, not me I hasten to add, and when that person refused the security guard took hold of her by the arm and pulled her back into the store. I am fairly sure that the alarm was activated by someone else actually entering the store and not the person leaving the store. I was always under the impression that the security people had
  3. Can someone please tell me exactly what powers store detectives/security guards have? Do they have the legal power to foricbly detain you? If the do have the legal power to detain you and they falsely accuse/detain you then who can you sue?
  4. Hi, can anyone point me to the correct forum to ge advice on what security guards at venues have the right to do as my daughter was held for 2 hours at the bar she works in and her bag searched in front of customers, nothing found as she had nothing to hide, was asked to leave,escorted to her car,went to drive off humiliated,they closed the gates on her,took her car keys off her,said they had called police, she had no problems with this, after 2 hours gave her back her keys asked her to go and not come back. She had done nothing wrong but was falsly accussed with no evidence other that suspici
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