9/11 -- The day that changed the world forever gave Brenna Ray her calling.
In 1990, The Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act or Clery Act was signed into effect. This federal statute requires all colleges and universities that participate in federal financial aid programs to keep and disclose information about crime on and near their campuses.
Without question there is always a pressure on reducing the cost of security spend. More and more frequently, enterprises are looking to technology to provide cost-saving solutions for risk mitigation. It is prudent to be cautious when implementing technology because the science is far from exact.
Growing up, Rick Ward was surrounded by the military way of life as his father was a Captain in the Marine Corps during the Vietnam War and his grandfather as well as his uncles all served in the military.
Startling statistics reveal that between 1 and 3 students say they have experienced bullying and that 64% of bullying incidents go unreported.
When the health and well-being of people is at the core of what you do, there is no room for compromise when it comes to establishing a safe and secure facility.
Looking back on his military career, Veteran Lamont Moore is thankful to his friend for giving him information about joining the Navy. The number one reason why he stayed in the military for more than 20 years is because it was an honor for him to be able to protect his country so Americans can live peacefully.
Technology solutions enable property managers to do more with less. However, in the commercial real estate industry perception drives value.
Each day, Allied Universal Security Professionals help maintain safe and secure workplaces, schools, shopping malls and communities providing us with peace of mind. They have answered a call to public service that is demanding and often unappreciated. In order to recognize their commitment to our safety, Allied Universal announces the 5th Annual National Security Officer Appreciation Week September 15 – 21, 2019.
Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS), or drones as they are more commonly referred to, are compact in size, have the ability to hover closer than a helicopter, can discreetly maneuver tight areas and provide a bird’s eye perspective of operations. More importantly, with safety at the crux of the CPCU industry, drones have the ability to go safely where people sometimes cannot.