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G4S in association with Danish Embassy celebrated the Constitution Day of Denmark

web-post June 15, 2017

Recently the Ambassador of the Kingdom of Denmark, Peter Taksoe-Jensen, hosted an evening of festivities which was supported by G4S, to celebrate the Constitution day of Denmark in New Delhi. The event was attended by British High Commissioner to India; Sir Dominic Asquith, Swedish Ambassador; Harald Sandberg, European Union Ambassador; Tomasz Kozlowski and CEOs of… Continue Reading »

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G4S (USA) names Sgt. Douglas Dang ‘Security Officer of the Year’

web-post June 14, 2017

G4S Secure Solutions (USA) has announced that Sergeant Douglas Dang of Hawaii has been named the 2016 Security Officer of the Year. Dang will be honored at the company’s North America Headquarters. Dang, a 15-year G4S employee, exemplifies the G4S Values of Safety, Security and Service Excellence. He is being recognized for displaying a passion… Continue Reading »

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Rajeev Sharma elevated as Country Managing Director for G4S India

web-post May 26, 2017

G4S India has announced the appointment of Rajeev Sharma to the position of Country Managing Director, G4S India.  In his new role, Rajeev will report directly to Claude Allain, President, G4S Middle East and Asia. Rajeev has had a long and successful journey with G4S. Prior to his new role, Rajeev was Managing Director of… Continue Reading »

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G4S teams up with Lloyds for banks on wheels

web-post May 18, 2017

Security company G4S has agreed a deal with Lloyds Banking Group to provide banks in vans, in a move aimed at filling the gap left by branch closures across the UK. G4S’s armoured vehicles and secure locations already transport and store cash for central banks, lenders, retailers and public services. But the FTSE 250 company… Continue Reading »

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G4S upbeat about UAE growth as demand increases

web-post January 3, 2017

G4S, the world’s biggest security company, plans to increase its workforce in the UAE in the coming years, its chief executive officer in the UAE told Gulf News in an interview. The company employs 12,000 people currently and the number is expected to go up to 14,000 next year, and 20,000 in two to three… Continue Reading »

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G4S awarded prestigious Seven Seals honor from Employer Support of Guard and Reserve (ESGR)

web-post November 24, 2016

During a Veterans Day ceremony at G4S’ North America headquarters, Mr. Lenny Miller, Vice Chair for the Florida Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve (ESGR), presented the prestigious Seven Seals Award to G4S Secure Solutions North America, President Drew Levine, and G4S Director, Veterans Employment and Military Affairs, Brian Reynolds. ESGR’s Seven Seals Award… Continue Reading »

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G4S highlights the need for Smart Policing at ‘Securing India 2016’

web-post October 10, 2016

At this year’s ‘Securing India 2016’conference, organized by Security Watch India, India’s leading security solutions provider, G4S, focused on the need for Smart Policing. As before, the conference witnessed deliberations of various subjects relevant to the security services’ sector such as Smart Security, Smart Policing and Smart Borders, among others.The two day-long conference witnessed participation… Continue Reading »

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G4S security staff to be given cameras to detect weapons and suicide vests

web-post October 9, 2016

G4S is to supply its security staff with cameras which can spot suicide belts and guns through clothing in a bid to foil any Paris-style attacks, after agreeing to a deal with software development company Digital Barriers. The security firm is understood to be giving the cameras to its staff working at large events such… Continue Reading »



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