Posted on Oct 11, 2014
PO3 Shaun Taylor
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The question pretty much sums up what happened. Employee got fired and escorted out the building. On the way out said I'll see you tomorrow. Do you think that it's cause for concern or would you just ignore it?
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LTC David S. Chang, ChFC®, CLU®
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I think it depends on the background information. Has this employee caused trouble in the past? Is there a legitimate concern that he/she can harm someone? Or is it a pop-off answer that just came to this person when leaving the building?

I think it is important to see if there would be a reason for him/her to come back. For some, getting fired is either the straw that broke the camels back or just something that they expected.
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SFC Mark Merino
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File a report. That sounds too ominous to me. Maybe if he knows a detective has been assigned the complaint it will be enough to keep the wacko away. It's a crazy world and sometimes they need to sell tickets!
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PO3 Shaun Taylor
PO3 Shaun Taylor
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don't have to file a report...they were walked out by the police, but I told them they need to take precautions just to be safe.
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