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Condo culture: a Q&A with G4S, Brookfield Residential and more
Providing security for a condominium property presents unique challenges. It requires the security provider to work closely with the building property manager to determine the right mix of people and services.

Garda wins Canadian Embassy contract in Haiti
GardaWorld Security Corp. to provide access control and security, and will protect ambassador and diplomatic staff

Afghanistan needs private security
by Jennifer Brown
Harmid Karzai's call to have private security out in four months is unrealistic and the consequences could be dire

Considering covert video surveillance by PIs
by Elliott Goldstein

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:

Opening of new Centre for Security Management and Training location in Toronto
(Interview with Chris Menary)
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Genetec launches network security appliance
Genetec announced the launch of the SV-16, a network security appliance powered by Genetec’s software
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Flir product line now based on 640x480 as standard resolution
FLIR's 640×480 thermal security cameras give four times the resolution of earlier generation 320×240 products
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UK company launches multi-coloured biometric reader
The iEvo system integrates with existing card or fob access systems and has been designed to work out of the box
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Coming Up: Canadian Security Sept/Oct 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:

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

CANASA Above the Falls Sessions on Video Monitoring, IP Video, POTS, Self-Regulation Sept. 21, 2010 Marriott Niagara Falls

Anixter Showcase Sept. 23, 2010 Wyndham Montreal Airport Montreal, Que.

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

Anixter Showcase Sept. 30, 2010 Marriott River Cree Casino Resort Edmonton, Alta.

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

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

Managing Your Physical Security Program Nov. 17 to 19, 2010 Edmonton and Northern Alberta Chapter ASIS West Edmonton Mall, Fantasyland Hotel

ASIS International Nov.18, 2010 Toronto Chapter 3rd Annual Security Summit Parking Facilities Security Cost $100 for security association members, $150 for non-members Ryerson University Toronto, Ont. 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. AGM and Chapter elections to follow at 1 p.m.

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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