PHOENIX—Most workplaces, big and small, are in denial about the prospective for violence at their facilities, says Carol Fredrickson, co-founder of Violence Free, based here, a violence-prevention consulting firm now in its 20th year.
YARMOUTH, Maine—North American enterprises are constantly looking for "new frontiers" in order to grow, said Jonny Gray, Control Risks' director of global client risk services for the Americas. To successfully conduct business in emerging markets such as Asia and sub-Sah
HATTIESBURG, Miss.--The National Center for Spectator Sports Safety and Security (NCS4), based at the University of Southern Mississippi here, is gearing up for its fourth annual conference and exhibition, which will feature author and investigative reporter Charles Duhig
HATTIESBURG, Miss.—After 9/11, the FBI pinpointed National Football League games to be a target of al-Qaida and its affiliates. The NFL since has embraced metal detectors at all of its stadium checkpoints and they've scored a win, security officials said.
Lauris Freidenfelds, security director at Rush University Medical Center, discusses how he incorporated security concerns into the construction of a brand new hospital facility, and offers advice for security managers looking for buy-in from administrators.