By John Slater
The twin pillars of the security industry
March 2014, BLUE LINE Magazine - by John Dewar
By Justin Cann
Mike Grover is proud the province has found a new way to honour its veterans.
Grover, the Head Commissionaire for Moose Jaw, is a veteran himself. He served in the Royal Canadian Armoured Corps from 1979 into the 1990s, including service in West Germany and Somalia.
HALIFAX - Cumberlandnewsnow.com
Starting Thursday, it will be harder for people with criminal records to hide their past by changing their legal name.
Airport Management Council of Ontario - November 2013
The Times Columnist - Pedro Arrais
Al Paterson recently accepted the Commissionaires Governor General award on behalf of the Airport Security Department of Victoria International Airport.
The Daily Gleaner - Michael Staples
Canada’s Corps of Commissionaires is pushing for standardization of training for security companies in the province.
The organization believes a standardized policy is needed to ensure clients that members are trained to an appropriate level.
Canadian Security Magazine - Vawn Himmelsbach: January / February Issue
The guarding business has always been tough, from attracting and retaining employees to competing with new technology. And last June, when a G4S guard allegedly turned on his co-workers at the University of Alberta, killing three and injuring one in a foiled heist, it pointed to some of the industry’s concerns.
There’s little argument that today’s colleges and university campuses have changed.
The advent of emerging technologies, the introduction of sustainable practices and the push for greater student autonomy have had a tremendous impact on shaping the new landscape.
Yet perhaps the biggest change has come in the form of increased campus safety and security.