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G4S Canada appoints Peter Panaritis as CEO

G4S Canada recently announced the appointment of Brink's veteran Peter Panaritis as its new president and CEO. That role was previously filled by Jean Taillon, who left Canada last year to take on a senior role at G4S in the U.K. >> Read full article

Employees plan to change jobs

Many Canadian workers are dissatisfied with their careers and more than four in five plan to pursue new career opportunities in 2015. >> Read full article

Peace bond denied police weeks before fatal attack

The RCMP tried to restrict the movements of Martin Couture-Rouleau weeks before he used a car to run down two Canadian soldiers in Quebec, but prosecutors said they didn't have enough evidence to obtain a peace bond, CBC News has learned. >> Read full article

 
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Festival security: anticipating the unexpected

Festival security: anticipating the unexpected

Festivals are a mix of unpredictable factors. Careful planning and attentive security can help make the difference between a safe, successful event and one that could potentially end in tragedy. >> Learn More…

 
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Pan Am Games security to remain unchanged

Following the terror attacks in France, questions are being raised about increasing security for the Pan Am Games. >> Read full article

The 7 faces of return fraud

Return fraud is evolving fast. James Harris looks at some of the latest variations and considers how retailers can stay ahead. Many retailers will experience an increase of cash handling after the Christmas period, but not necessarily through increased sales >> Read full article

FAA security inspector arrested after flying from Atlanta to New York with gun in carry on

A Federal Aviation Administration employee is under investigation after flying from Atlanta to New York with a gun in his carry-on, authorities said Friday. The employee on Tuesday used a badge to gain access to a secure area of Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport and bypassed TSA screening, officials said. >> Read full article

 
 
 Event Calendar 
 

Focus On School (K-12)

Location: Toronto, Ont.
Date: March 25, 2015 >> More Info

ISC West

Location: Las Vegas, Nev.
Date: April 15-17, 2015 >> More Info

Counter Terror Expo

Location: London, U.K.
Date: April 21-22, 2015 >> More Info

Security Canada East

Location: Laval, Que.
Date: April 22, 2015 >> More Info