Ted Carroll and Patrick Ogilvie speak about guard and PI testing in Ontario.
Articles written by or in collaboration with Policing & Security Management Services Inc. associates.
Canadian businesses that employ security guards to protect both property and staff are in a better position to improve their respective security posture now that more and more provinces are mandating security practitioners possess a minimum level of training.
Read the article here: Long Overdue
One Ontario college has already had a murder at a college pub. How do you prepare for the unthinkable?
Read the article here: Security: Everyone’s Job
In July 2006 the Law Commission of Canada released this comprehensive 196-page report to Parliament addressing the concept of “policing” as a network of both public policing and private security. Policing & Security Management Services Inc. is pleased to have been a contributor.
Read the report here: In Search of Security
A Policing & Security Management Services Inc. article in the July 2005 edition of Municipal World™ Magazine – “Canada’s Municipal Magazine Since 1891”
Read the article here: Security Services: Here Comes the Future
An article from Policing & Security Consulting Services in response to the Law Commission of Canada Discussion Paper: ‘In Search of Security: The Roles of Public Police and Private Agencies’. (Edited versions appeared in Blue Line Magazine November 2003 and Canadian Security Magazine December 2003)
Read the article here: The Blurring of Public Police and Private Agencies
A Policing & Security Management Services Inc. research paper commissioned by the Law Commission of Canada for a 2006 report to parliament: In Search of Security: The Future of Policing in Canada. Research paper available upon request.
Read the article here: A Report on University Campus Policing and Security in Canada
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