Researchers estimate there is a school campus shooting nearly every week of the academic year somewhere in the nation. This provides for a very sobering reality of the imperative need to take measures to protect our children.
With 20 Acres to Protect, a Luxury Car Maker Adds Robots to Its Security Force – and Miles to its Daily Patrols
Vehicle-processing centers can be a mind-blowing sight—an ocean of cars as far as the eye can see. The security test such vastness presents is immediately obvious: How can you possibly patrol that?
One of the world's ten largest providers of transportation and
logistics services had a security question. Rather, they had
the security question. The one likely asked by more
companies, more often, than any other. Is it possible for us to
enhance site security without increasing costs? The answer?
Q&A: The hospital, the law, and the patient
Cooperation between law enforcement and healthcare organizations
Controversy flared this fall in Salt Lake City after police body camera footage of the July 26 arrest of University Hospital nurse Alex Wubbels went viral. Wubbels had refused a police request to draw blood from a patient, citing hospital policy. Salt Lake City police detective Jeff Payne responded by shouting at Wubbels and handcuffing and arresting her on suspicion of obstruction of justice.
Three U.S. Security Associates (USA) Security Officers were on hand to protect the employees at a client site from a disgruntled former employee who began firing shots in the parking lot. The fact that no one was killed or physically harmed during the crisis can be directly attributed to the specialized training, quick thinking and calm composure of Security Officers Amanda Streeter, Janice Rivers and Justin Sanders.
The Service: Cyber Security Assessment
The Client: A prominent law firm handling cross-border transactions with a focus on bankruptcy, international mergers & acquisitions, forensic services and asset recovery.
The Industry: Legal
The Challenge: After the departure of a long-time senior IT Director, the partners felt it was prudent to perform an assessment of their IT systems.
The Service: Threat Vulnerability Assessment (TVA)
The Client: A National Airline Carrier
The Industry: Airline
The Challenge: The Client, a nationally recognized airline carrier, was in the process of redesigning their corporate campus and national headquarters to initiate a cultural shift within the company. They wanted to move away from the stodgy offices and traditional floor plans that silo-ed employees and departments to an open-flow floor plan that encouraged collaboration amongst employees and across all divisions. Due to the post 9/11 state of the airline industry,
A Reliable Data Trail Helps the Shipper Avoid a Costly Claim
It’s the kind of call that can ruin your day. A national package delivery company—responsible for million-dollar customer shipments—got word that a load in one of their trailers had been compromised. A critical question, however, was when. The delivery company was responsible for the trailer—and its contents—while located at its facility in Southern California, where it was under the protection of U.S. Security Associates.
Three U.S. Security Associates (USA) Security Officers were on hand to protect the employees at a client
site from a disgruntled former employee who began firing shots in the parking lot. The fact that no one
was killed or physically harmed during the crisis can be directly attributed to the specialized training, quick
thinking and calm composure of Security Officers Amanda Streeter, Janice Rivers and Justin Sanders.
In late August 2016, management representatives of the client were escorting a terminated temporary
employee off their premises.