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When Peter Yeschenko was asked if he came from a military family, he just smiled and said definitely yes.

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The lack of shared standards makes it difficult for clients to distinguish good from bad executive protection programs.

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Tracy Seymour has worked in the security industry for more than 29 years, and is currently the Business Development Manager for Allied Universal’s Washington, D.C. Office.

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You should never underestimate the power of helping someone says Krystal Clayton-Hyland, who vividly remembers standing up for one of her friends who was being bullied at school. What she felt afterwards were feelings of selflessness and pride. This is why she joined the U.S. Navy so she could stand up and fight for her country.

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If you are like most adults, you will probably use the stairs over 500,000 times in your life! With all of those steps, you may have had a few instances of slipping, stumbling, or falling. With that kind of experience, many people don’t consider walking up or down the stairs to be a high-risk activity.

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Ensuring the protection of people, product, facilities and process for our nation’s indispensable manufacturing industry is critical to safeguarding our economic future.

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If protective intelligence is the bridge that connects intel and EP, micro intelligence is what holds that bridge together.

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In this blog, we’d like to dig into just one aspect of the new normal in a world with COVID-19: the increasing importance of remote protective security management.

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Nancy Peterson joined Allied Universal in 2005 as an Assistant Vice President/Deputy General Counsel overseeing contracts and general liability functions.

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