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Judge rules man accused of trying to open jet's door, attacking crew, not competent for trial

A man charged with attacking a flight attendant with a broken metal spoon and attempting to open an airliner’s emergency door on a cross-country flight in March is not currently competent to stand trial, a federal judge ruled.

TTC says safety measures working, but data shows passenger satisfaction down

Data released by the Toronto Transit Commission indicated security incidents involving passengers were decreasing, although satisfaction with personal safety was also down.

TSA tests facial recognition technology to boost airport security

TSA says the goal of the pilot is to improve the accuracy of the identity verification without slowing down the speed at which passengers pass through the checkpoints.


Security Challenges for Commercial Properties

Over the last few years in Canada, there has been a notable surge in criminal activities occurring at street level, leading to growing concerns for residents, visitors and business owners. Key factors that contribute to this increase include the sale and use of illicit drugs, homelessness and social vulnerability, economic challenges, and limited law enforcement and first responder resources.

GardaWorld provides an appropriate response by deploying its well-trained security personnel and advanced technology to ensure a safer environment and reduce risks.
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Canadians can apply to renew their passports online beginning this fall

Ministry recently unveiled a new design for Canada’s passport, which includes updated security features and colourful new pages. » Read full article

Ottawa rejigs trusted-traveller program in bid to avoid last summer's airport chaos

The federal government has rolled out a revamp of its trusted-traveller program to clear clogged airports as the summer travel season kicks off. » Read full article

Motorist with sign claiming to have an explosive device drives to Canadian border

The driver of vehicle with a sign indicating there was an explosive device on board led Maine State Police on a chase on Interstate 95 to the Canadian border, officials said. » Read full article

Security Director of the Year 2023 open for nominations

Do you know a senior leader who is shaping the future of security? Consider nominating them for Security Director of the Year. » Submit a nomination



Location: Dallas, Tex.
Date: September 11-13, 2023
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Security • Police • Fire Career Expo - Calgary

Location: Calgary, Alta.
Date: October 24, 2023
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Security Canada Central

Location: Toronto, Ont.
Date: October 25-26, 2023
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