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Succession planning for security: what's the right blueprint?
If you had to promote someone in your department to a supervisory role tomorrow, do you know who that person would be? If you do, would your choice be based on how they’ve performed in their current role, or, would it be based on tracked performance reviews and a training program created to propel them forward into a supervisory or management position? more...

Ric Handren, RBC: Security Director of the Year
RBC's involvement in the 2010 Vancouver Games is just one of the activities that fall to Ric Handren. We look at his career accomplishments, speak to his colleagues and find out how he puts job applicants to the test.

United Protection Services appoints new president
Fred Rayner, former police chief with Edmonton Police Services, takes over the top spot

Reminder: Canada Night is coming!
Canadian at the annual ASIS International show will be held on Sunday, Sept. 20. Download your invitation here.

Online Reader Poll:
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This Week in Canadian Security:

The B.C. government proposes a licensing program for body armour

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System searchable
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Integra 5 locking platform
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People imaging scanner
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On deck: Coming up in the October issue of
Canadian Security

Cover Story:
Creating an emergency operations centre in Canada’s largest office tower
Ken Doige, Director, Security Eastern Region
Brookfield Properties
Michael Allen, Manager, Security & Life Safety, First Canadian Place

Canadian Security gets an inside look at the emergency operations and security operations centre recently completed by Brookfield Properties at First Canadian Place. We also talk to Doige and Allen about how they worked with Johnson Controls and Genetec to create a parking duress station at the high-profile property in Toronto’s downtown core — the tallest and largest commercial office tower in the country.

Totem invests in state-of-the art security
Totem Building Supplies, an Alberta based retailer is a regional group with 15 corporately owned retail stores that operate under the Rona group of companies. Working with Calgary-based integrator, Contract Security, the retail company recently upgrades security at its locations.

Courtney Betty on why you should care about Occupiers Liability Act

New column:
Glen Kitteringham of Calgary writes about life from the end-user’s perspective

In every issue:
CCTV and the Law with Elliott Goldstein
Viewpoint with Brian Robertson

Calendar of Events:

British Columbia Association of Professional Locksmiths September 17-19, 2009 3 days of seminars, meetings, displays Courtenay, B.C., Vancouver Island

TAOL 36th Convention (No Show Floor this year) September 18 & 19, Sept. 25 & 26, 2009 Holiday Inn, 100 Britannia Rd. E. Mississauga, ON 905-890-5700

ASIS Southwestern Ontario Chapter October 6-8, 2009 The Reid Technique of Interviewing and Interrogation Loss prevention and corporate training seminar London, ON

Basic Level 1 Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design Course (CPTED) October 19-21, 2009 Hampton Inn & Conference Centre, Ottawa Security Through Safe Design inc.(877) 787-7873

Advanced Level 2 Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design Course (CPTED) October 22–23, 2009 Hampton Inn & Conference Centre, Ottawa Security Through Safe Design inc.(877) 787-7873

Check out the Calendar of Events on the Canadian Security website for more upcoming industry seminars, conferences, shows and training sessions.

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