Private Security Officers Term Paper by The Research Group

Private Security Officers
Examined in terms of use of force by, laws covering, corp. responsibility, court decisions and training.
# 12601 | 1,575 words | 6 sources | 1997 | US
Published on Jun 19, 2003 in Criminology (Criminal Justice and Corrections)


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"USE OF FORCE BY PRIVATE SECURITY OFFICERS
Introduction
Increasingly, business and property owners are turning to private security officers to protect their interests (Clark 48-49). The primary reason for this trend appears to be that the level of criminal activity in the United States is overwhelming the capacity of the public police forces to cope with the problem. The security officers to whom business and property owners are turning either are employed by independent security firms that contract with owners to provide protection or these officers are employees of the owners whose interests they protect.

Providing security for business and property in the United States is no longer a task that can be accomplished by ?showing the flag.?"

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