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Articles Tagged with ''security officers''
While large-scale and dramatic acts of school violence have drawn a public focus to safety concerns in U.S. schools, violent deaths at school remain statistically rare, says a government report.
Jamie Schare Friedland, the wife of carjacking victim Dustin Friedland, has filed a lawsuit against the owners of The Mall at Short Hills, claiming they put profits ahead of security at the mall.
Montgomery, AL is moving forward on plans to regulate private security officers.
Well, if Google has a similar impact on guard services as it has had on business publications, like mine, look out Securitas, G4S, AlliedBarton, et al… or get on board with robots functioning as security officers.
At Columbia College, a 16-building private liberal arts college in Chicago’s South Loop neighborhood, Bob Koverman, the associate vice president of campus safety and security, says there is no silo or separation between the 70-75 contracted security officers and supervisors and the in-house security staff on campus.
The game plan for security at this year's Super Bowl will include deployment of nearly 4,000 local police and private security officers.
Parents at a school in Lindenhurst, NJ are protesting the school district's removal of security officers from its elementary schools.
Chicago’s top Aviation official says she is fighting against a federal mandate that could cost the city millions for security, as the Transportation Security Administration plans to stop paying for security officers who staff exists from secured areas at O’Hare and Midway airports next year.