Media Advisory - Preparing Universities for High-Risk Incidents



    TORONTO, April 21 /CNW/ - Following the deadliest school shooting in
North American history at Virginia Tech this week, there is a serious need for
Canadian universities to find ways to improve campus security. Efforts must
focus on proper training for students and staff on how to respond to threats
to personal security, say senior security specialists with the world's leading
provider of security solutions.

    Who: Steve Davies and Derek Humble, senior security specialists with the
    Corporate Security Group at Group 4 Securicor (G4S) who specialize in
    high-risk security threats

    What: Interview availability to discuss how to prepare for a security
    threat on a Canadian university campus and professional insights on how
    universities can implement security measures without installing metal
    detectors or placing armed guards at every door.

    About: The Corporate Security Group at G4S has an elite internal team of
    multi-skilled risk managers with ex-police and special military
    experience in disaster management and high risk security scenarios. One
    in 10 Canadian companies are effectively prepared for what G4S refers to
    as "ruinous events". The G4S team identifies these core threats and will
    move to protect against those threats quickly and effectively.





For further information:

For further information: Robin Steinberg, G4S Canada, (416) 432-1284
(mobile)

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