Showing posts with label law enforcement. Show all posts
Showing posts with label law enforcement. Show all posts

Wednesday, January 10, 2018

Harris Security Consultant Inc:Security at Winter Olympics

Hi i love the Olympics.It when the Security Company show off new Security Products.So all the teams are safe. And here come the Robots.Yes at right something new at the Olympics.It new to the field of Security Robots.Here a question as a Security Consulting i ask you how you field about using Robots at the Olympics
#harrissecurity #olympicssecurity #robetsecurity                                                     

Sunday, July 19, 2015

Harris Security Consultant Inc:That Fine Blue Line

To all the men and women that are Police Officers that were killed in the line of duty this year, I like to call the last roll call for the last time. At this time the last roll call is to long for this tour so I will just say ‘10-4’ and ‘God Bless’ and ‘Thank You’ for your service for the last year. When I read a newspaper the first thing I see is a police officer was killed in the line of duty here in the USA and around the world. In my city when I see a police officer, I ask how your tour was today. He or she will come back and say it was okay. I jumped and said no it was a good tour because you came back and you are going home safe. So to all of the men and women I say Thank you for making me feel safe here and around the world. Being Police Officers is more than just a job; this is something people fail to see. The police officer is here to help and protect you. That's the fine line you fail to see when you see a police officer standing about. When you see a police officer say 'Thank you' and '10-4 all is good'.

Wednesday, February 11, 2009

Harris Security Consultant inc:Increased Training for Security Officers

At this time more people are going to start working in security. Being a security consultant I've been in the business for some time before I started the company. My training was good. However, some security companies fail to train the people that they hire in the security field and this makes the business look bad. Here in New York State, you are required to take classes in the security field, like an 8 hour class, before you can receive a license to be a security officer. Because the field is opening up there should be more training in the field. 8 and 16 hour classes once a year is not enough training. Because the field is so varied, people should be trained continuously on the functions of that particular site in addition to the general knowledge needed to be a competent security officer.

I read a story on a security officer that was killed in line of duty. He worked for a company for two days. I wonder if he was trained before he was sent out to this site by the company he worked for. The right training may have saved his life. If he was properly trained by a supervisor, who should be competent in their position, he would be trained to check IDs before opening the door and calling the people in the building if it was ok for a guest to come to the apartment.

I think being a good security officer is based on good training by the company that hires you. Some companies fail to train security officers. If security companies were familiar with the security law more security guards would be trained better. I've worked for some companies that failed to train me and my life was on the line at some sites because the security supervisor failed to show up to train me on the site.

Friday, July 11, 2008

Harris Security Consultant inc:Security and Law Enforcement Conventions

Myself and the company's President of Operations attended the Police Security Expo 2008. Here are her thoughts on the convention.

I attended the Police Security Expo 2008 in Atlantic City at the Convention Center on June 24. I had no expectations about the convention because this was something new that I never attended or been a part of. My impression afterward was that of not being impressed. There were a lot of gun displays, police car displays, mobile unit displays, uniform displays and island trip displays which I thought at first was out of place but then figured what does an overworked law enforcement agent want but a vacation on a tropical island or a cruise to get away. I found the convention geared more toward law enforcement (cops, agents) than to security. I don't know what I expected to see but what I saw gave minimal interest. I did try to see if there were any products that we could market ourselves. My only thought was to add another component to the Harris Security empire which deals with law enforcement products (handcuffs, badges, uniforms, guns, etc).

I also noticed not many people of color there. In fact very few. Including us there were approximately 3 persons of color I saw. One was a rep, the other 2 had convention security outfits on. I did see what looked like military personnel outside the convention maybe about 5 or 6. That was all.

I think the word "security" is thrown into convention and expo titles just to seem that it is all inclusive. However my impression is that it is not. There are many facets to security and security consulting just like there are many facets to police work. They work hand in hand but somehow there is a very obvious division between the two. What are some of the tools of security? One tool is the devices needed to aid in monitoring and protecting such as cameras, dvrs, monitoring and recording systems, to name a few. Where were there representation? There was one display for a dvr monitoring system but that was it. These expos shouldn't be all about cops. They should be about all those who work tirelessly and effortless to protect our beings, property, family, and who are here to give the average person the sense of being safe. The police are not the only ones who do this. These expos need recognize both sides and represent accordingly.

And those are my thoughts and impressions on the Police Security Expo 2008.

Friday, March 28, 2008

Harris Security Consultant Inc:Nightclub Security Law

Since New York City has now mandated into law the “Nightclub Security Law”, my company is offering to you our expertise in designing security systems for bars, nightclubs and hotels. The City is asking all bars and dance clubs to place cameras inside and outside their establishments and to place monitors and DVR’s in a safe place. Failing to do so will result in a fine.