LOS ANGELES—As the space shuttle Endeavor made its recent 12-mile, two-day trek from L.A. International Airport to its final resting place at the California Science Center, a successful delivery and the safety of onlookers were chief concerns.
ARLINGTON, Va.—The U.S. Transportation Security Administration has awarded Accenture Federal Services a five-year-contract with a ceiling of $250 million to create identity management and credentialing system processes for workers at sensitive, secure areas.
LOS ANGELES—Last Saturday’s big football game at the Rose Bowl between cross-town rivals USC and UCLA was patrolled not just by Pasadena police and other security pros, but by Los Angeles County Probation Special Enforcement Officers, too.
CHARLOTTE, N.C.—The family of a teenager who stowed away in an airplane’s wheel well and then fell from the sky outside of Boston in 2010 is suing the city of Charlotte, the Charolotte Douglas Internatinal Airport and U.S. Airways for negligence in the boy’s death.
Brian Johnson, responsible for video surveillance for the large Escambia, Fla., School District, speaks to Amy Canfield, managing editor of Security Director News, about his approach to school safety and how he's successfully tied in local law enforcement.