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Private security operations are prevalent in today’s world, whether they’re patrolling shopping malls, corporate workplaces, apartment complexes, or residential neighborhoods.
The growth of massive shopping malls and the steady shrinkage of public shopping streets means the public is more likely to encounter private security officers than the public police force. And without the latest in wireless technologies, private security companies simply cannot operate proficiently or profitably.
Security companies typically have two key jobs: providing people to keep watch over property and installing video surveillance to help their people cover more territory. Surveillance and communication technology gets more sophisticated every day, which obliges security companies to do whatever it takes to maintain their competitive edge. A lot of manufacturers build excellent radios, […]Read more →
For decades, warehouse security guards did their rounds and reported any signs of trouble on their trusty analog radios. Today, warehouse managers needing new two-way radios have to decide whether to stick with tried-and-true analog models or make the jump to digital. Anticipating this dilemma, radio manufacturers are offering a third option: hybrid radios that […]Read more →
An investigation has found critical glitches in the emergency communications network at Los Angeles International Airport after a man with a rifle shot and killed a Transportation Security Agency (TSA) officer and injured three other people at LAX in November 2013. As authorities work out the proper response to the incident, they may well explore […]Read more →
This week’s Boston Marathon was a proud moment for a proud city, but it also served as a reminder of how deeply security considerations are ingrained in modern American life. Race organizers doubled the number of officers on patrol a year after backpack bombs exploded near the finish line, killing three people and wounding more […]Read more →