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Allied Universal buys East Coast security firm

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What may be the largest security force in North America has grown. Allied Universal, a facility services and security company with more than 150,000 employees, has purchased FJC Security Services, based in Floral Park, N.Y. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

“FJC has had an outstanding reputation for years, and its owners operate with the highest level of integrity,” said Steve Jones, Allied Universal CEO. “I am extremely excited to have FJC be part of the Allied Universal family. I look forward to expanding upon the success the company has built over the years.”

FJC provides uniformed security professionals, and has annual revenue of nearly US$300 million. The company’s leadership team has a strong law enforcement and military background.

The company’s staff of 6,300 serves residential complexes, college campuses, government buildings, healthcare facilities, commercial businesses and construction projects for major airports and high-profile public landmarks.

“The FJC Group’s history in protecting clients regionally has been a great success story. We are proud to continue our mission under the auspices of Allied Universal and its stellar reputation,” said Frank Califano, FJC Chairman and CEO.


“Through the journey of many communications, we have learned that the synergies in mission and culture are parallel. Our clients can expect the same levels of service that our experience has provided over the past 28 years; but now with additional capabilities and resources,” Califano said.

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