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Robert “Powl” Smith is a celebrated military combat vet and Enterprise Accounts Portfolio Manager who uses leadership skills developed in the U.S. Army to manage some of Allied Universal’s largest accounts.

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Our Executive Protection Training Academy is designed utilizing the Instructional Systems Design (ISD) model that is commonly used by academia, defense, public safety, and other industries worldwide.

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Allied Universal®, through its international business G4S, has dispatched five “certified earthquake searchers” to help with rescue efforts following catastrophic earthquakes in Turkey and Syria that have killed more than 35,000.

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Deborah Tate Pecci has one of the most influential and demanding in-house counsel positions in the world. However, it was the flexibility and family friendly part-time position that attracted Deborah to the security business.

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Hollywood, the media, and elected officials have all combined to bring light to horrific crimes associated with human trafficking. More people are aware of sex trafficking than the issues of forced labor and domestic servitude, all of which are elements of human trafficking.

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In this blog, we will examine three of today’s primary threats and highlight important considerations and solutions for preparedness.

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After serving 20 years in the U.S. Navy, Mary Charles found a new home and a new career at Allied Universal in 2016.

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Over the past 25 years, Kerry Colvett has charted an upward career trajectory, starting out in the industry as a salesperson and working her way up to her current role as Vice President of Sales Enablement, where she and her team support sales across North America. 

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If you ask Robert “Bert” Conley what he enjoys most about working for Allied Universal®, he’ll tell you, “Our employees are amazing! I enjoy sharing my experiences and giving back to them to support their development, prepare them to grow their career and support their families.”

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