The 20-year veteran of the Cleveland Police Department used a law enforcement database to conduct background checks on behalf of his security company.
SSI Staff · November 29, 2016
G4S said it made a "clerical error" in evaluating the psychological test of Omar Mateen when hiring him as a security guard. Police say Mateen shot and killed 49 people at a nightclub in Orlando.
Stephen Sellner · June 20, 2016
After police say six people were killed in Kalamazoo, Mich., by an Uber driver, the company is coming out in defense of its background checks and driver screening process.
SSI Staff · February 24, 2016
Alarm technicians licensed by the Arizona Board of Technical Registration (BTR) must undergo FBI background checks. However, House Bill 2504 would remove the requirement and put all alarm company licensing under the Arizona Registrar of Contractors (ROC). The bill is supported by the Arizona Alarm Dealers Association (AADA), while the Arizona Alarm Association (AzAA) supports conducting background checks for technicians.
SSI Staff · February 11, 2015
Security Sales & Integration columnist and legal expert Ken Kirschenbaum explains the why electronic security companies need to have a sales team that does not deceive consumers when selling alarm systems door-to-door.
Ken Kirschenbaum · February 09, 2015
Ever wonder what the consequences are for a client who uses an unlicensed installer? Legal expert Ken Kirschenbaum explains.
By Ken Kirschenbaum · June 30, 2013
Claiming the Arizona Alarm Association (AzAA) falsely misrepresents installing security contractors, several alarm companies here have started a new organization solely for alarm contractors called the Arizona Alarm Dealer Association (AADA) to challenge the organization.
Ashley Willis · March 20, 2013
Pinnacle Security has agreed to pay a $1 million fine for allegedly hiring felons to sell its products, according to the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation.
October 31, 2012
The Electronic Security Association (ESA) is asking its members to support a bill that will allow electronic security companies access to the FBI's database for criminal background checks of potential employees.
November 07, 2011
The Electronic Security Association's (ESA) top legislative priority this year is to secure passage of a law that would permit installing security contractors to access the FBI's federal background check database.
By Rodney Bosch · August 02, 2011