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Need help with GENERIC State Security ranks!

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Need help with GENERIC State Security ranks!

Unread postby lordziba » Fri Nov 10, 2006 10:39 pm

Hi, need help with generic secuiry ranks akin state security, but had be camuflaged as civillian ranks: Maybe Assistant, Agent, Commander?

Any suggestions would be welcomed!
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Unread postby BW » Sat Nov 11, 2006 5:05 pm

OD: Probationary Agent
OF1: Junior Agent
OF2: Senior Agent
OF3: Chief Agent
OF4: Assistant Director
OF5: Division Director
OF6: Section Director
OF7: Senior Director
OF8: Deputy Director General
OF9: Director General of State Security
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Unread postby dharma negara » Sun Nov 12, 2006 8:13 am

3 Agents,
3 Constables,
3 Inspectors,
3 Commissioners,
3 Directors, and
1 Director General ?
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Unread postby lordziba » Sun Nov 12, 2006 7:30 pm

dharma negara wrote:3 Agents,
3 Constables,
3 Inspectors,
3 Commissioners,
3 Directors, and
1 Director General ?



See, that's exactly my problem -- too police.
State security more like armed enforces, special forces, and intelligence in one. Interesting, if take let say state security of Germany or Russia, or even former Socialist bloc, their ranks are the same as military. Here is the situation, imagine, a future, supposedly a generic democratic state, but to power came a dictator, however, since democracy could not repealed so easily, this leader camouflaged under different pretexts -- National Emergency Extension Acts and so on. As the result, state security service created that would "protect" country from enemies foreign and domestic, but due to democracy, again, this service sort had to look benign, therefore, created a civilian type agency but with paramilitary structure and own – “armed wings.” So, I am looking for a table of generic ranks in system 7 – Agent-NCO level, typical 6 officers, and 4 Generals. Because of this, ranks like – Inspector, Intendant, Constables, Commissioners, and Chiefs, are not suitable.

Thank you again, Zibster.
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Unread postby BW » Wed Nov 15, 2006 10:15 pm

Hi Zibster!

You wrote: "... a civilian type agency but with paramilitary structure and own armed wings ....”

Shall there be two different rank structures (one for the armed wings and one for the rest)? And is it correct that the rank names shall NOT be to military-like or did I misunderstand that?

Anyway I again try a suggestion (a modification of my previous one):

7 NCOs:
Probationary Agent
Field Agent 2nd Class
Field Agent 1st Class
Senior Field Agent
Leading Agent 2nd Class
Leading Agent 1st Class
Senior Leading Agent

6 Officers:
Field Commander 2nd Class
Field Commander 1st Class
Senior Field Commander
Troop Commander 2nd Class
Troop Commander 1st Class
Senior Troop Commander

4 Generals:
Security Administrator 2nd Class
Security Administrator 1st Class
Senior Security Administrator
Administrator General of State Security

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Unread postby Erskine Calderon » Wed Nov 15, 2006 10:50 pm

Probationary Security Guard
Security Guard
Senior Security Guard
Chief Security Guard

Security Agent
Senior Security Agent
Chief Security Agent

Security Supervisor
Senior Security Supervisor
Chief Security Supervisor

Assistant Security Controller
Security Controller
Senior Security Controller
Chief Security Controller

Security Director
Senior Security Director
Chief Security Director

Security Administrator
Senior Security Administrator
Chief Security Administrator
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Unread postby lordziba » Thu Nov 16, 2006 4:28 am

Cool Erskine, but that more or less good for Corporate Security Forces. Otherwise, thanx to everybody for responding so far!
What I come out with for now:

SA-1. Probationary Agent
SA-2. Agent
SA-3. Senior Agent
SA-4. Field Agent
SA-5. Primary Agent
SA-6. Agent in Charge

SO-1. Assistant Officer
SO-2. Service Officer
SO-3. Chief Officer
SO-4. Assistant Commander
SO-5. Commander
SO-6. Controller

SD-1. Adviser
SD-2. Assistant Director
SD-3. Senior Assistant Director
SD-4. Director
(SD-5. Commander Director of the State Security)

So, people what do you think. Note: Abbreviations such SA– Service Agent, SO – Service Officers, SD – Service Directors. Here I try to create genderless, generic state security forces.

Thax again, Zibsterino

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Unread postby dharma negara » Fri Dec 08, 2006 2:58 pm

3 agents,
3 special agents,
3 officers / opzichter,
3 supervisors / opziener,
3 directors, & 1 director general.
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Unread postby lordziba » Fri Sep 12, 2008 5:57 pm

There some examples of the Armed branch of the Security Forces:
http://a429.ac-images.myspacecdn.com/im ... 1e297c.jpg

Note, since those troops very close to the regular army soldiers, the investigative and incarceration branches have somewhat different titles.


Something inspired from the new BSG: Colonial Security Service:

http://c1.ac-images.myspacecdn.com/imag ... 62a478.jpg

Here I imagine how the Own Presidential Convoy would look like, uniformed division:

http://c2.ac-images.myspacecdn.com/imag ... 8fbc6d.jpg

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