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Allied Universal Builds More Community-Based Partnerships

Posted 09/08/2017 by Catherine King

Allied Universal is committed to advancing the lives and careers of those in the communities we serve. Our relationships with our employees and our clients are at the heart of everything we do, each and every day. Read more >
 


A Higher Education Collaboration Prompts Roll Out of Campus Security Training

Posted 08/28/2017 by Jonathan Kassa

In time for National Campus Safety Awareness Month, Allied Universal, in partnership with Clery Center, is unveiling a series of video-based roll call training tools for campus public safety personnel.
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Resources at the Ready - Emergency Preparedness Planning

Posted 08/27/2017 by Geoff Craighead

A catastrophic event will put your people and property at risk, and can be detrimental to your brand. While organizational leaders invest a significant amount of time, money and resources to make their ventures a success, few businesses plan for disaster scenarios. Read more >
 


The Tech Picture: How Technology Aligns with Guarding Services

Posted 08/11/2017 by Ty Richmond

The convergence of technology with traditional guarding services is heating up—in a good way. Paired together, the two can deliver greater security results and maximum budgetary efficiencies. Read more >
 


Allied Universal Turns 1 Today—August 1, 2017

Posted 08/01/2017 by Steve Jones

At the outset, our mission was clear: Allied Universal provides unparalleled service, systems and solutions to serve, secure and care for the people and businesses of our communities. We put our relationships with our employees and clients at the heart of everything we do each and every day.
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On Becoming Certified in Security

Posted 07/21/2017 by Ron Rabena

Professionals in the security industry can achieve several designations attesting to their excellence. Administered by ASIS International, one of the most popular of these is the Certified Protection Professional status. Read more >
 


Evolution in the Active Shooter Risk and Response

Posted 07/07/2017 by Steven M. Crimando

OSHA historically classifies workplace violence into one of four categories. I believe, however, that current events suggest there is clearly a fifth type, ideological violence, in which terrorism comes to the workplace.
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