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Category Archives: Manned Guarding


BREAKING NEWS: Home Minister to address gathering of Private Security Industry stalwarts

web-post October 17, 2014

Mr. Kiren Rijiju, the Union Minister of State for Home Affairs of India has agreed to address the Private Security Industry at the Private Security Industry Conclave (PSIC) 2014 themed “Policy Change for a Sustainable Future” on 1st November 2014. The conclave will debate key issues impacting the Rs. 35,000 Crores Industry! The three main… Continue Reading »


Wage plan for Singapore security guards by Oct

web-post August 28, 2014

Security guards in Singapore can look forward to a possible increase of at least $300 in basic monthly pay from as early as October. That is when a committee of government officials, union leaders and security firms is expected to draw up a wage ladder for guards after completing a review of salaries and working… Continue Reading »


Government caps manned guarding in Malaysia

web-post August 27, 2014

The Malaysian Home Ministry has capped the number of security firms in the country at 800. It is learnt that with 780 licences already issued, there would be an allocation for only 20 more new licences. There are an estimated 200,000 guards employed by some 780 companies in the country. Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad… Continue Reading »


Joint operations launched against illegal security guards in Malaysia

web-post November 7, 2013

The Sin Chew Daily reports that in order to combat the problem of substandard or illegal foreign security guards, the National Registration Department and the Immigration Department have launched joint operations against firms hiring substandard or illegal foreign security guards in Malaysia to solve the problem once and for all. Immigration director-general Datuk Alias Ahmad… Continue Reading »


Next Generation Security Guarding

admin July 17, 2013

White Paper 2/April 2013 Security Guarding Prospective in the Foreseeable Future Introduction In the current domestic context the government presently confronts multiple threats from internal conflicts at societal level and finds it unable to control security outcomes in large swathes of the country be it J&K, North East, Maoist belt in central India stimulating social… Continue Reading »


Graduating from Man-Guarding to Total Loss Prevention: Customer Expectations Regarding Multi Skilling of Private Securit

admin July 17, 2013

Norman Spain Associate Dean, College of Justice and Safety Professor, Department of Safety, Security and Emergency Management Eastern Kentucky University, Former Fulbright Fellow, IISSM Introduction I appreciate the invitation to be with you today and the opportunity to address this broad topic. It will enable us, in Part I, to look back at the common… Continue Reading »

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