With rising concerns about both physical and technical security in the wake of the 9/11 terrorist attacks, the Security Services Market has had more attention than ever focused on it. Covering the obvious aspects of security like providing site security, security guards (both armed and unarmed), security alarms, closed circuit TV monitoring, and physical locks to the more specialized aspects of security like providing biometric locks, airport perimeter security, and private security in charge of correctional facilities, significant responsibility and trust is placed in the hands of this industry.
Many security firms and proprietary security departments operate under a policy of “detect, deter, observe and report”.
They are not required (and often not able) to make arrests, but in some jurisdictions have the authority to make a citizen’s arrest or otherwise act as an agent of law enforcement . Security Services firms are a tried and true method for companies to mitigate risk, shifting the responsibility for security to a third party for insurance purposes and enjoying the reduction in insurance rates often associated with that service.
With the ever increasing security requirements of local, state and federal government entities coupled with the needs of the corporate clients, the Security Services Market is a fertile one in the modern business world, making information on this essential market vital for business planning.
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