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Security Guard

Introduction A security guard (or security officer) is a person who is paid to protect property, assets and people. Security guards are usually privately and formally employed personnel. Often, security officers are uniformed and act to protect property by maintaining a high visibility presence to deter illegal and inappropriate actions, observing (either directly, through patrols, or by watching alarm systems or video cameras) for signs of crime, fire or disorder, then taking action and reporting...

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Security Guard

Action of Security Guard Do you feel the security guard took the right action? Would you have taken the same action? Why or why not? Mr. Tuff, having had a four-year stint in the Marine Corps as a policeman, is still a fairly young and inexperienced person in the business world. The military is very strict when it comes to their procedures and policies and Mr. Tuff, now having firsthand knowledge in following rules, is using his experience to enable him to pursue a job as a security guard. It...

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The Reluctant Security Guard

David Tuff is a security guard of Blue Mountain which is a company that manages and operates retail shopping malls. As a security guard he is required by law to report to the police all serious accidents and crimes, including felonies, occurring within the premises in which he is working. However, fourteen months after his date of employment Blue Mountain created a new company policy requiring the security guards to escort intoxicated persons, including drunk drivers, from the parking lots onto...

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Federal and State Prisons

prison security levels they differ by a few ways. The security levels begin with the maximum security, close high security, medium security, minimum security and the last is open security. Some of the differences in the prison types are the maximum security have very tight security procedures and there is smaller amount of inmates to guard ratio. The close high security prisons are not as restrictive as the other prisons, the medium security prisons have the higher ratio of inmates to guards. With...

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Different types of security guards

Different types of security guards A big and sturdy person carrying arms with a stiff and stern expression is the prevailing image we have for security guards. Depending on their areas of expertise, there are a variety of security guards that can help both public and private entities or individuals. The following is a breakdown of the variety of different types of security guards:   Personal: these guards are hired with an eye towards providing fool-proof physical security for their employers ranging...

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Human Resources Purpose and Role

duties and responsibilities of a security guard are not the same as a peace officer or police officer. Instead, security guards are in the prevention business. It is their job to act as a deterrent to crime, watch for impending danger and report crimes they may encounter. Visibility  Security guards should remain visible as a deterrent to criminals. Thefts, damage and injuries can be thwarted when the perpetrators see a security guard. Alert  Security guards must remain alert to watch for abnormal...

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Ethical concerns of Security Guards

“Marksman fires security guards involved in Utech beating” A male student was reportedly caught on campus in “a compromising position” with another male student in a bathroom. Incensed fellow students are said to have pursued the pair, one of whom escaped, while the other sought refuge in the guard room at the entrance of the Papine campus where he was attacked by the apparently homophobic security personnel. "This student was physically assaulted by on-duty security guards employed by the...

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Login Logout System

In the school, in Valenzuela national High School Bignay- Annex, there is a problem about entering the students in the school without their proper I.D, on how the security guard monitored it. In implementing a monitoring of entering the school, The guards only looking if the I.D is wearing by the students but they cannot notice that the I.D is not their own id. Well now, help is at hand with the help of computerized Log-in/Log-out system, the developers...

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Casino and American Gaming Association

prevent fraudulent acts from taking place and protect the players. Gambling can create jobs and help the country’s economy; however, the economic benefits are exaggerated and jobs created are usually low paid. It creates jobs in casinos such as security guards and dealers. The jobs are not only in casinos, there are also in hotels and many tourist locations. Gambling is also often used to raise money for the states and good causes by taxing the winnings. However, George Molyneaux, coach of the Scotland...

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Motivating People Involved in Mundane Activities

maid, the rickshaw puller, the auto rickshaw driver, the security man, the sweepers among others. The Project Approach In this study of human behavior and their motivation levels, we would be concentrating on three key people around our vicinity – The security guards at ATM Machines, the rickshaw pullers and the household maids. The characteristics of the three have been summarized in the table given below | Security Guards @ ATM | Rickshaw Pullers | Household Maids | Job timings...

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