How to Stay Safe as a Security Officer

While suspicious or antagonistic civilians pose a serious threat to many uniformed officers, psychological and sociological studies examining latent aggression provide new tools in keeping law enforcement safe in all environments, from public security to private security. Studying offenders, officials, and communities, experts have found subtle changes that can keep everyone safer. Community Communication While […]

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“Fore” the Kids

Teachout Security Solutions is pleased to share with you our humble experience helping kids of the greater Flint (Michigan) area as a presenting sponsor of the 14th Annual Drive to Make a Difference Golf Outing. This year’s event took place July 18 at the Jewel in Grand Blanc, benefiting the Boys and Girls Club of Greater […]

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Neighborhood Private Security: How to Select a Security Solution

For the past 35 years we have worked with numerous private neighborhoods to develop a proactive protection plan. As a Michigan based company with offices in Flint, Saginaw, and Detroit, Teachout Security Solutions has learned what criteria you should consider when choosing a security solution. Gated communities give residents a sense of peace, security, and […]

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Citizens turn to private security for extra protection

As a Michigan based company with offices in Flint, Saginaw, and Detroit, Teachout Security Solutions is no stranger to the criminal threat to private property that has been increasing throughout the nation. For the past 35 years we have worked with numerous clients to develop a proactive plan to keep our homes protected. Recently, a […]

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States Prioritize Security in Schools

In November 2015, a study conducted by National School Safety and Security Services looked at dangerous threats made against schools throughout the nation, concluding that threats rose 158 percent since the 2013-14 school year. This amounts to 812 nation-wide threats made between August 1, 2014 and December 31, 2014, the beginning of the 2014-15 school […]

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Despite Headlines, Local Efforts Make 2015 a Safer Year

Looking back at 2015, many newsgroups showed events like the Umpqua Community College shooting in Oregon, terrorist attacks in San Bernandino or the church shooting in Charleston, South Carolina as proof of a year of violent escalation. One viral story reported there was more than one “mass shooting” for every day of the year. Despite […]

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California passes strict social media privacy law

Business and colleges barred from requesting access to employees, students personal social media accounts under new law Sept. 28–SACRAMENTO — California, home to many of the world’s social media companies, now has the nation’s strictest privacy laws preventing your boss or college from surfing through the personal information you post on sites like Facebook. It […]

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Emotional, physical cost of workplace bullying

SYSTEMATIC DESTRUCTION: It jeopardizes health, career and the job once loved by the victim BRODIE Panlock was a waitress working at a café in Australia. Her mother described her as a “beautiful girl who was full of compassion”. Brodie never told her mother that she was viciously bullied by her co-workers. She was just 19 […]

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5 Mobile Security Lessons From the Department of Defense

Several years ago, the National Security Agency wasted millions on a circuit-switched approach to mobile security strategy. With help from the Department of Defense, the NSA is doing things differently now. Enterprise CIOs can learn a few things from the effort, too. Try this thought experiment. You want to provide smartphones, iPads and other mobile […]

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