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Alberta Health's controversial plan to centralize security
By Jennifer Brown
Tony Weeks has always been one to challenge the status quo in health care security, but two years ago he was getting restless and looking for a new project — something that would put him ahead of the pack— something no one else had done.  “It’s high risk, but high gain. I’ve made a lot of big statements and sold this to a lot of people."

Bill 22 leaves industry wanting more
By Linda Johnson
Nova Scotia’s new private security licensing law fails to address the industry’s major concerns and will likely repeat the mistakes other provinces made, says a past chair of CSIS for the Atlantic Region.

ACFI helps teach investigators how to become an expert witness
By Linda Johnson
To anyone who thinks investigating white collar crime is just a matter of “going through the books,” the job might seem a little dull. But the members of the Association of Certified Forensic Investigators would probably disagree. Sheree Mann, association president, knows you can never be sure where an investigation will take you.

Cameras could deter workplace incidents
By Elliott Goldstein
Bill 168, “An Act to amend the Occupational Health and Safety Act with respect to violence and harassment in the workplace amends the Occupational Health and Safety Act (OHSA) to include definitions of workplace violence and workplace harassment."

So where does CCTV fit in? Well, measures and procedures to control the risks identified could include the installation and operation of CCTV equipment to monitor the workplace and protect workers. Especially where the worker is dealing with the general public.

Innovation Zone coming to Security Canada Central
The Canadian Security Association (CANASA) is partnering with Canadian Security magazine and SP&T News to produce The Innovation Zone — an exciting new attraction at Security Canada Central (SCC) this fall Oct. 20-21 at the Toronto Congress Centre.

This Week in Canadian Security:

What's in store for ASIS Canada Night in Dallas?
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High-speed system for challenging apps
Bosch Security Systems, Inc. has introduced a High-Speed Positioning System (HSPS) for tracking fast-moving objects with high-resolution optics.
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Stainless steel hasp for highly corrosive environments S431 from Master Lock
Most lockout hasps in the market today are made of plastic or steel. Steel hasps are strong but may corrode and plastic hasps don't corrode but are not as durable as steel.
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Portable surveillance
Swann Security has released the OutbackCam with two megapixel colour camera, built-in DVR, night vision capabilities and multi-faceted mounting options.
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Coming Up: Canadian Security September/October 2010

Cover story: Condominium security: Much of the success of condo security is relationships — finding the right mix of personalities that work with the property manager, condo board and residents. We talk to three property managers about their experiences and to the G4S Greater Toronto Area condo division about what makes for a successful partnership.

Access control feature: The Canadian Museum of Nature in Ottawa. The 100-year old stone "castle" which houses many archaeological treasures recently underwent a significant facelift recently including a major security overhaul including access control/intrusion detection/CCTV systems. We look at the details of the project and the work done all while the museum remained operational and open to the public.

Retail focus: Retailers continue to lose billions to employee theft and shoplifting, but an ADT study reveals that last year the total dollar amount lost went down, thanks in part to increased use of networked security tools including video surveillance. We look at what is working for Canadian Retailers and how they are battling what remains the biggest problem — loss due to internal theft.

World Watch: What's happening around the world in security

In every issue:
CCTV & The Law with Elliott Goldstein
From the top: By Glen Kitteringham
Book Review

Calendar of Events:

ASIS Toronto Chapter golf tournament August 12, 2010 Angus Glen, Markham, Ont. Registration and Continental Breakfast between 6:30 and 7:30 a.m. Shotgun Start at 7:30 a.m. Reception and Lunch at 1:00 p.m. $140.00 per person or $500.00 for a group of four. Prizes and Giveaways! To Register Please Download the Form

Retail Loss Prevention Conference September 14, 2010

Security Canada Atlantic September 16, 2010 Ramada Crystal Palace Moncton, N.B.

CSIS Annual National Conference The Business of Security September 19-21, 2010 Crowne Plaza Hotel Ottawa Contact: Bob Marentette, 1-800-461-7748

Anixter Bosch Breakfast Club Leaders in PoE Sept. 29, 2010 8 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. Anixter Canada Inc. Training Room 200 Foster Crescent Mississauga, ON RSVP to: Maria Commisso 905-502-2371

ASIS International Oct. 12-15, 2010 Dallas, Texas

Security Canada Central Oct. 20-21, 2010 Toronto Congress Centre Toronto, ON

Human Security and Transnational Crime Feb. 21-23, 2011 1st Annual Conference Four Seasons Hotel Vancouver, B.C.

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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