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NFL to review Boston bombing in Super Bowl plans - Philly.com

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Private Security Services to 2016

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This study analyzes the US private security service industry. It presents historical demand data for the years 2001, 2006 and 2011, and forecasts for 2016 and 2021 by service type (e.g., guarding, alarm monitoring, private investigation, correctional facilities, armored transport, systems integration and management, security consulting, pre-employment screening), market (e.g., nonresidential, residential) and US region. The study also considers market environment factors, details industry structure, evaluates company market share and profiles industry players.

US demand to rise 5.2% annually through 2016

US demand for private contracted security services is projected to increase 5.2 percent annually to $63.8 billion in 2016. The market will be supported by a high perceived risk of crime (from conventional violent and property crimes to white collar crimes and terrorism) and a concern that public safety officials are overburdened. The outsourcing of security activities to contracted firms, instead of relying on in-house security, will support demand. The privatization of some public safety operations, such as guarding government facilities and correctional facilities management, will also boost gains.

Higher tech services hold especially good prospects

Security services that capitalize on continuing technological developments hold especially good prospects. For instance, both security consulting and systems integration revenues will see above-average growth. Security consultants and systems integrators are able to manage a wide variety of services when creating, upgrading or implementing security plans and when installing or upgrading complex electronic security devices. In addition, the trend toward more sophisticated and automated security electronics that are increasingly integrated with other building operations will boost growth for these services.

Labor intensive services to see below average growth

In contrast, security services that are more labor intensive, such as private investigations and armored transport, are expected to see below average growth. These services face strong competition from a range of technological advancements, including improvements in security systems, information technology and, in the case of armored transport, electronic finance. In contrast, security guarding, though also labor intensive, will see solid gains through 2016 as providers continue to promote valueadded services and features, emphasizing their guards’ special skills and high level of training as a way to differentiate themselves from low-price vendors.

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Six Reasons to Be Afraid of the Private Sector/Government Security State - Truth-Out

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Do you have the personality to be a good P.I.? Private Investigator personality traits and ethics.

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