12/07/2011

Organizing a Security Department

December 2011 Vol. 6, Issue 12
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Organizing a Security Department

A property manager’s job includes providing a safe, secure, and comfortable environment for tenants. Success requires a versatile, well-trained security organization. How have you efficiently organized your security team or department? Make sure to periodically review titles and responsibilities, guard service contracts, and your building’s risk assessment.

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