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Find them online by searching on google.com. Vet two or three companies and check out their reviews online.
It really depends on where you are working. Does your city have a high crime rate? Would you be working as security for a high risk company or watching a parking garage and be bored to tears?
Just being a security guard doesn't mean you'll be in danger...
While you are going to buy a security system for your home's security consider these three key elements
Monitoring: You want to be sure that your system will be able to communicate effectively with your center 24 hours a day, in case of a crisis. Consider the three ways your system Cellular, broadband and landline … Read more
Security clearances are usually based on the type of work a person would be doing and what level of classified material or activity the individual would be exposed to. The higher the required security clearance the more costly the background investigation would be.
The company determines the positions that require a security clearance, as well as the level required, based upon the duties and responsibilities of each position. This determination is based on contractual needs and requirements.
Lone worker monitoring is the practice of monitoring the safety of employees who may be exposed to risk due to work conditions in which they are located out of sight and sound from a person who may be able to offer aid in the event of an emergency.
Place hidden cameras there's no better way I think.
It might cost everything you own. Anything can be called a security system. The important thing to remember is that you think you are buying security but you are actually buying equipment. Not the same thing at all. Suppose you put switches on all the doors and windows and a burglar kicks a hole in … Read more
1. Primary requirement to be a security guard officer is the person should be of 18 years or more.
2. He must be citizen of the particular country where he going to serve. He is required to have the citizenship of the country where he wants to work.
3. A minimum requirement of education for … Read more
When I worked In a casino all we carried was a radio a flashlight and handcuffs.
Flashlight, baton, possibly a communications radio and occasionally a gun. And his uniform of course.
The equipment a security guard uses and carries all depends on what their mission is; what they have been certified to use or carry (such as a fire arm) ; and federal and state laws. A security guard can carry as little as a flashlight and as much as a police officer. Again it varies … Read more
CCTV footage will assist police if there is a break in, an alarm will alert you and police something is wrong. If I were you, I would get cctv first, then an alarm, you kinda need both these days .
I would choose both. An intrusion alarm system will notify when a "point" is breached. CCTV would capture images useful in apprehending or identifying intruders. Personally I have both plus exterior automated lighting. It all depends on what you wish to protect and its value. As the saying goes, "you don't install a $300 lock … Read more
If you have a security system, many of them have compatible software that allows the guard to "punch in" at various locations as they are doing their rounds. You would need to talk to your security system vendor about that.
Lenovo it's awsome.