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The 30 Most Powerful Private Security Companies In The World

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  • The 30 Most Powerful Private Security Companies In The World

    An interesting read,

    he Corps of Commissionaires go back a long way and recruitment was only open to ex military.

    22. Corps Security

    Formerly known as the Corps of Commissionaires, Corps Security is a British security company that officially speaking reports to Queen Elizabeth II. Established in 1859, it is said to be the world’s oldest security firm, and today it has a team of about 3,000 security personnel plus a dozen offices throughout the U.K. The company’s specialty is corporate security – including event protection, electronic surveillance, and consulting. According to its official website, Corps Security is “the leading supplier of specialist security solutions.” Dressed, upon request, in the company’s iconic Commissionaire Uniforms, Corps Security’s event protection unit secures high-profile sporting sites like Wembley Stadium and has a presence at important annual affairs such as the London Lord Mayor Show. Other services include manned guarding, CCTV surveillance, alarm response and key holding.
    Last edited by IrishGuard; 10-03-2021, 01:22 AM.

  • #2
    Of course Good 4 **** is number one.


    • #3
      Originally posted by PhantomX0990 View Post
      Of course Good 4 **** is number one.
      G4S No longer exists. They were purchased by Allied Universal shortly before I retired


      • #4

        Securitas gobbles up another company. Allied-Universal is doing the same thing. They all talk a good game about "integrated security services," but it really depends on the client and how much they are willing to pay.


        • #5
          I've only ever worked for three companies. My experience with Allied IN MY TOWN is that they have several small contracts that essentially ARE in house.

          I worked at an investment firm where our account manager was in charge of THAT account and I only worked THAT account. I also worked at a Tech Company under the same circumstances (both under ALLIED) and I might just as well have been working for two different companies. Your work conditions can vary drastically from one contract to the next even withing the same company.