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FICCI-PwC release report on private security industry

web-post November 17, 2017

A FICCI-PwC report, titled ‘Indian private security industry: Preparing for the next leap’ was released by Shri Dharmendra Pradhan, Minister of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship, Government of India, at the fifth edition of FICCI’s Private Security Industry Conclave 2017. The report presents an in-depth analysis of the Indian private security industry, covering its major service… Continue Reading »


Over 500 private security guards trained to keep tabs on FIFA U-17 World Cup

web-post October 11, 2017

How to check the facial expression of the suspect to identify the movements of a suspect person was all in the special training of more than 500 private security guards who guard more than 20 gates of Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium (JLN) where one of the biggest football events “Under 17 FIFA World Cup” has been… Continue Reading »


Private security guards from G4S and Serco could ‘be handed power to make arrests’

web-post October 6, 2017

Companies like G4S or Serco would be able to detain people for failing to pay court fines or breaching community penalties, UK government plans show. The ideas were revealed in tender documents put out by the Ministry of Justice in UK. The courts already allow private firms to enforce court judgements by sending bailiffs to… Continue Reading »


Malaysian Private security guards to be commissioned by police soon

web-post December 14, 2016

Starting January next year, all personal security guards or bodyguards will be required to undergo special training and be commissioned by the Royal Malay­sian Police (PDRM). Home Ministry secretary-general Datuk Seri Alwi Ibrahim said the training was mandatory for the annual renewal of licence to carry and handle firearms by private security guards.“This measure is… Continue Reading »


Hire private security guards to protect doctors, if needed: Bombay HC

web-post September 15, 2016

Citing the death of a traffic constable after being assaulted by an erring bike rider, the Bombay High Court asked the Maharashtra government and BMC on Friday to hire private security guards to protect the doctors at public hospitals, if needed. “It is very sad that a traffic policeman on duty is assaulted by law… Continue Reading »

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