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creditunionman

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  1. Great points, and I thank you for it. Thanks for the reply!
  2. Thanks for the advice, I had not considered that, and it is definitely food for thought going forward. In any event, today is the last day for the guard. It's been about two weeks and there have been no incidents here or reported by the employee at home or during off-hours. I'm confident the threat has subsided. Thanks much for the reply!
  3. More great advice! Thank you, this is the sort of information I was looking for and a few things I hadn't thought of. Thanks again!
  4. That's a good idea. Fortunately the employee is stationed well away from any windows or entrances. Thanks for the reply.
  5. Yup, and happy to do it. If you believe its over the top, then we disagree. Thanks for the reply.
  6. To keep an eye on the parking lot and let me know if he sees the person. Financial services. To tell me if he sees the person. A death threat. California. To be clear, I'm not asking if I should have hired a guard, I'm quite satisfied with my decision to do so. I'm asking for suggestions as to anything else I might do. Thanks for the reply.
  7. One of my employees has received a credible death threat from an ex-spouse. A restraining order has been obtained through the court system (California) and is being served by the sheriff's department. I have hired a guard who has a photograph and a copy of the order. I plan to keep him on until I'm reasonably certain that the ex-spouse will not come to the office. Is there anything else I should consider doing?
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