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Judge says Wackenhut violated labor laws

Brief
SSN Staff  - 
06/01/2005

WASHINGTON--According to a ruling from an Administrative Law Judge, security guard firm Wackenhut violated a federal labor law when it questioned officers at the International Monetary Fund building about plans to form a union.
The Service Employees International Union filed the labor law violation claim with the National Labor Relations Board in May 2004.

New office calls for a mile move

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06/01/2005

SUWANEE, Ga.--Systems integrator Richardson Associates Electronics moved into a new location in the first quarter of 2005 that is three times the size of its previous office.

Integrator gains a place to call its own

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06/01/2005

IntegratorLOUISVILLE, Ky.--After spending seven years sharing an office with its sister company Moore Security, commercial security systems integrator Mid-America Security Systems has a place to call its own.

Big Brother tech solves theft at construction site

DLSS equips shipping containers with security products for solution
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05/01/2005

OWASSO, Okla.--Systems integrator DLSS Systems served the construction market for years, partnering up with contractors to protect their construction sites and even offering security systems for their properties.

PEI adds location

Brief
SSN Staff  - 
05/01/2005

LONG ISLAND CITY, N.Y.

SST grows, times two

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05/01/2005

VALLEY FORGE, Pa.--Yes, they've done it again.

To stay on its toes, firm goes commercial

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05/01/2005

WICHITA, Kan.--A security company originally formed to serve the residential and new home construction market has made the switch to commercial security, a move that is expected to strengthen the company's position in the long run.

Benson serves up expansion plan

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05/01/2005

GILBERT, Ariz.--For several years now, Benson Systems quietly grew its business, adding field offices across the country that in many cases evolved into full-fledge branches.

Securitas builds integration business

Already known for its guard business, the company looks to grow its installation network
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05/01/2005

KANSAS CITY, Mo.--Securitas Security Systems made its first purchase in the systems integration space in nearly five years in early April, a calculated move by the company to build its identity in the United States.

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