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DETROIT — Authorities say a Canadian man from Tunisia crossed legally into the U.S. days before stabbing a police officer in the neck at a Michigan airport. The attack raises questions about security along the northern border, including what the process is for travellers and how many people are detained or denied entry. A look at some common questions and answers.
Condominiums are a different type of animal when it comes to security management, and this is definitely apparent when discussing security requirements and upgrades. This article is prepared using the Ontario Condominium Act (herein referred to as Act) as a primary reference, but security professionals will note a similarity to other provincial legislations as well.
The ever-expanding pool of information available online can be both a help and a hinderance to today’s private investigation companies, according to some recently released research published by Cleveland-based The Freedonia Group.
LONDON — A white man plowed a van into a crowd of Muslim worshippers outside a north London mosque early Monday in an attack that police say they are investigating as a terrorist incident.
The Security Executive Council (SEC), which provides advisory services and strategic partnership with security executives, announced it has added four more experts to its team. “With our most recent recruitment of top talent, we have added experts with some experiences and knowledge unique to the security advisory industry,” said Bob Hayes, managing director, SEC.
OTTAWA — Another roadblock has been lifted for seven protesters hurt outside a Guatemalan mine who want to pursue a lawsuit in British Columbia against a company registered in the province.
NEW YORK — Chelsea Manning believed she had a “responsibility to the public” and didn't think she was risking national security when she leaked a trove of classified documents, the soldier said in her first interview since being released from a military prison last month.
LONDON — The youngest of the London Bridge attackers pleaded with his mother to settle with him in Syria but instead moved to Britain where his extremist views hardened and he fell into the company of a bloodthirsty gang that launched the latest attack on British streets, his mother said Wednesday.
IFSEC revealed its annual list of Top 50 influencers in security and fire this week. The list includes a Canadian contingent: Grant Lecky and Bonnie Butlin of the Security Partners’ Forum.
Commissionaires announced Wednesday it will be providing security for the Invictus Games, taking place in Toronto from Sept. 23-30, 2017.
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