01/23/2012 - In Mexico more then 10,000 security firms bring in $3 billion annually. A security contractor is fired for his obsession with the hacker collective Anonymous. Former ICE chief says law enforcement have failed to use social media effectively. And more.
12/20/2011 - Learn how a new consolidated Department of Defense facility, the Mark Center, is setting the bar for physical security that will likely be adopted for other high-security buildings as well.
10/03/2011 - Reciprocity agreements put guns in the hands of violent offenders in Philadelphia. Phoenix retailers are increasing their countermeasures in response to increasing organized retail crime. Hospital employees fired for accessing patient information. And more.
09/26/2011 - Almost half of waistband shootings in L.A. involved unarmed suspects. The Department of Defense wants to increase the number of military working dogs. A rash of hog thefts plagues the Midwest. And more.
02/01/2011 - The New York Police Department has released recommendations to their private sector security and counterterrorism partners on mitigating the risks associated with active-shooter incidents.
01/13/2011 - The Maryland cable network company wants to install a high gated fence in its public garden and divide its lobby to create separate entrances for employees and visitors, according to a press report.
09/30/2010 - A Senate committee has unanimously passed legislation aimed at reforming the troubled Federal Protective Service, which is responsible for the security of 9,000 federal buildings around the country.
09/13/2010 - Legislation set for introduction Tuesday would require the Federal Protective Service to evaluate federalizing its mismanaged 15,000-member contract guard force, according to the bill’s co-authors.