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Affiliated Services gets UL certification

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SSN Staff  - 
12/01/2006

SEVERNA PARK, Md.--Affiliated Services, a Maryland-based security system integrator, received in October its UL2050 National Industrial Security Systems certification, which will allow them to issue UL CRZH certificates for Government Contractor SCIF alarm systems.

Initial buys Barry Security

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12/01/2006

CHICAGO--Initial Electronics, the North American arm of Rentokil-Initial's Initial Electronic Security Group, announced in October an agreement to acquire Barry Security Systems, of Tewksbury, Mass. Barry, which collected roughly $6.

NAVCO's new rental program

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12/01/2006

ANAHEIM, Calif.--NAVCO, a systems integrator with 12 U.

Peace of Mind advises NY Nightlife Association

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12/01/2006

NEW YORK--Peace of Mind Technologies is providing information about video surveillance to the New York Nightlife Association as the New York City Council considers legislation that would require video cameras on the outside of venues owning a cabaret license in New York City. A similar law has been proposed in Chicago.

UTC to acquire Red Hawk

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11/01/2006

FARMINGTON, Conn.--UTC Fire & Security, a business unit of United Technologies, announced September 5 an agreement to buy systems integrator Red Hawk Industries, based in Colorado in a deal worth more than $100 million.

Per Mar Security adds on Olson Security

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11/01/2006

DAVENPORT, Iowa--As of October 1, Per Mar Security Services assumed the accounts and assets of Olson Security, a relatively small operation serving Maquoketa, Iowa. Owned by husband and wife Buddy and Myrna Olson, the company brings Per Mar roughly 240 commercial accounts and 160 residential accounts.

LaSalle claims integrator fraud

INS Integrated Security counters that LaSalle's problem is internal
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11/01/2006

CHICAGO--LaSalle Bank, which operates roughly 150 branches here in the Chicago area, has sued its recently fired security director and security system integrator, claiming a conspiracy to defraud the bank of as much as $42 million.
According to a statement released by LaSalle, their only communication with the media on this matter, "George Konjuch, 53, of Des Plaines, is suspected of participating in a scheme to defraud the bank by causing it to pay false invoices for services that either were not provided or were worth far less than the amounts invoiced.

Boeing lands SBInet

Brief
SSN Staff  - 
11/01/2006

ST. LOUIS--The U.

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