Media Advisory - Universities need to be more diligent about security



    TORONTO, Sept. 10 /CNW/ - Following this weekend's brutal sexual assault
of a York University student, an alarm has been raised as to the need for
universities to find ways to improve on-campus security. In addition to
ensuring safety for students on school grounds, universities also need to
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
security solutions provider.

    Who: Steve Davies or Derek Humble, senior security specialists with the
Corporate Security Group at Group 4 Securicor (G4S) who specialize in guarding
and high-risk security threats at institutions such as schools, colleges and
universities.

    What: Interview availability

    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
guarding, disaster management and high risk security scenarios. One in
10 Canadian organizations is 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, (416) 645-5525 or mobile:
(416) 432-1284

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