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  • My clippings | G4S
    and industrials Retail Services Secure solutions Cash solutions Investors Corporate overview Share price information Investor relations information News events and presentations Financial Calendar G4S fact sheet 2012 annual report Careers Vacancies and the G4S Global Careers Centre Leadership Management and support Operational employees Media Centre News Case studies G4S and social media Key facts and figures Image library International magazine Press office contacts Social responsibility Our CSR Commitment Securing your world Safeguarding our integrity Securing our people Securing our environment Securing our communities G4S partnerships in sport CSR reports Home My clippings My clippings G4S Web Site Terms Conditions of use Accessibility Cookies Contact Us Who We Are Our business Our strategy Where we operate Culture values Our history Corporate governance Our people Memberships and industry expertise What we do Government A Tag Team with the Ministry of Justice Beyond the Prison Walls Print PDF Empty What is My Clippings My Clippings is a tool that allows you to mark content of interest as you browse the site and then when you are ready generate a single PDF download combining all the content that you have selected Adding content Where you see it means that the piece of content it

    Original URL path: http://www.g4s.co.cr/en/Corporate/MyClippings/.aspx?action=addClipping&id={CD38B065-D6B9-4F49-9732-B8A3B8F34BFD}&lang=en (2013-04-25)
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  • Preparing the Troops | G4S
    Securing your world Safeguarding our integrity Securing our people Securing our environment Securing our communities G4S partnerships in sport CSR reports Media Centre News Case studies G4S and social media Key facts and figures Image library International magazine Press office contacts My Clippings Home Media Centre Case studies Government Preparing the Troops Preparing the Troops For the British Army pre deployment training is a critical part of the 35 000 strong Army personnel however the time to achieve this level of training is demanding For the British Army pre deployment training is a critical part of successful operations abroad However with over 35 000 army personnel undertaking such training each year it is a resource intensive and time consuming task In 2007 the Ministry of Defence considered new ways to resource their pre deployment training in order to free up the time of their troops As a result of their search they decided to outsource elements to G4S The size scale and expertise of G4S mean it can deliver a flexible and innovative solution to the British Army to meet evolving training needs Employing a dedicated workforce the G4S Gurkha Services team has become a crucial part of successful highest

    Original URL path: http://www.g4s.co.cr/en/Corporate/Media%20Centre/Case%20Studies/Government/Preparing%20the%20Troops/ (2013-04-25)
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  • My clippings | G4S
    Retail Services Secure solutions Cash solutions Investors Corporate overview Share price information Investor relations information News events and presentations Financial Calendar G4S fact sheet 2012 annual report Careers Vacancies and the G4S Global Careers Centre Leadership Management and support Operational employees Media Centre News Case studies G4S and social media Key facts and figures Image library International magazine Press office contacts Social responsibility Our CSR Commitment Securing your world Safeguarding our integrity Securing our people Securing our environment Securing our communities G4S partnerships in sport CSR reports Home My clippings My clippings G4S Web Site Terms Conditions of use Accessibility Cookies Contact Us Who We Are Our business Our strategy Where we operate Culture values Our history Corporate governance Our people Memberships and industry expertise What we do Government A Tag Team with the Ministry of Justice Beyond the Prison Walls Preparing the Troops Print PDF Empty What is My Clippings My Clippings is a tool that allows you to mark content of interest as you browse the site and then when you are ready generate a single PDF download combining all the content that you have selected Adding content Where you see it means that the piece of content

    Original URL path: http://www.g4s.co.cr/en/Corporate/MyClippings/.aspx?action=addClipping&id={7960B39D-7D62-4128-A7F2-8E0A207E8535}&lang=en (2013-04-25)
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  • Protecting National Interests | G4S
    our communities G4S partnerships in sport CSR reports Media Centre News Case studies G4S and social media Key facts and figures Image library International magazine Press office contacts My Clippings Home Media Centre Case studies Government Protecting National Interests Protecting National Interests The role of the UK s Border Agency is to deliver a firm but fair immigration system Whilst there are many who enter the UK with legitimate grounds to stay there are many who are not entitled to remain in the country Dealing with this large number of people every day brings about huge challenges Last year alone 66 000 people were removed from the UK or left voluntarily that number equates to one in every eight minutes Of these people those who are detained are required to be escorted securely at all times between all the various locations where they might be such as immigration courts It is G4S who is the main provider of in country escorting overseas repatriation services and the operator of four of the eight of the privately run immigration removal centres in the UK Each month G4S manages over 6000 movements to and from all eleven immigration removal centres in the UK

    Original URL path: http://www.g4s.co.cr/en/Corporate/Media%20Centre/Case%20Studies/Government/Protecting%20National%20Interests/ (2013-04-25)
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  • My clippings | G4S
    Services Secure solutions Cash solutions Investors Corporate overview Share price information Investor relations information News events and presentations Financial Calendar G4S fact sheet 2012 annual report Careers Vacancies and the G4S Global Careers Centre Leadership Management and support Operational employees Media Centre News Case studies G4S and social media Key facts and figures Image library International magazine Press office contacts Social responsibility Our CSR Commitment Securing your world Safeguarding our integrity Securing our people Securing our environment Securing our communities G4S partnerships in sport CSR reports Home My clippings My clippings G4S Web Site Terms Conditions of use Accessibility Cookies Contact Us Who We Are Our business Our strategy Where we operate Culture values Our history Corporate governance Our people Memberships and industry expertise What we do Government A Tag Team with the Ministry of Justice Beyond the Prison Walls Preparing the Troops Protecting National Interests Print PDF Empty What is My Clippings My Clippings is a tool that allows you to mark content of interest as you browse the site and then when you are ready generate a single PDF download combining all the content that you have selected Adding content Where you see it means that the piece

    Original URL path: http://www.g4s.co.cr/en/Corporate/MyClippings/.aspx?action=addClipping&id={7FB9149C-07CC-43AB-A440-FBBB5A551E3D}&lang=en (2013-04-25)
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  • The Bus No One Wants To Catch | G4S
    International magazine Press office contacts Social responsibility Our CSR Commitment Securing your world Safeguarding our integrity Securing our people Securing our environment Securing our communities G4S partnerships in sport CSR reports Media Centre News Case studies G4S and social media Key facts and figures Image library International magazine Press office contacts My Clippings Home Media Centre Case studies Government The Bus No One Wants To Catch The Bus No One Wants To Catch The end of the road for illegal immigrants The Department of Homeland Security s Customs and Border Protection CBP agency the United States largest uniformed federal law enforcement organisation are responsible for detecting and detaining people trying to illegally enter the US Once detained the CBP then process each individual and where necessary they are transported to detention facilities In 2006 the transportation services carried out by the CBP were withdrawn To have used its own federal agents for these services would have removed badged agents from the front line and the CBP therefore decided to outsource this vital service The transportation contract was awarded to G4S Wackenhut the leading provider of security solutions to the US government and a strong and successful partnership between federal agency

    Original URL path: http://www.g4s.co.cr/en/Corporate/Media%20Centre/Case%20Studies/Government/The%20bus%20no%20one%20wants%20to%20catch/ (2013-04-25)
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  • My clippings | G4S
    solutions Investors Corporate overview Share price information Investor relations information News events and presentations Financial Calendar G4S fact sheet 2012 annual report Careers Vacancies and the G4S Global Careers Centre Leadership Management and support Operational employees Media Centre News Case studies G4S and social media Key facts and figures Image library International magazine Press office contacts Social responsibility Our CSR Commitment Securing your world Safeguarding our integrity Securing our people Securing our environment Securing our communities G4S partnerships in sport CSR reports Home My clippings My clippings G4S Web Site Terms Conditions of use Accessibility Cookies Contact Us Who We Are Our business Our strategy Where we operate Culture values Our history Corporate governance Our people Memberships and industry expertise What we do Government A Tag Team with the Ministry of Justice Beyond the Prison Walls Preparing the Troops Protecting National Interests The Bus No One Wants To Catch Print PDF Empty What is My Clippings My Clippings is a tool that allows you to mark content of interest as you browse the site and then when you are ready generate a single PDF download combining all the content that you have selected Adding content Where you see it means

    Original URL path: http://www.g4s.co.cr/en/Corporate/MyClippings/.aspx?action=addClipping&id={86AD4A7C-302F-4F67-AC5C-5807A5171F7D}&lang=en (2013-04-25)
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  • Protecting Critical National Infrastructure | G4S
    support Operational employees Media Centre News Case studies G4S and social media Key facts and figures Image library International magazine Press office contacts Social responsibility Our CSR Commitment Securing your world Safeguarding our integrity Securing our people Securing our environment Securing our communities G4S partnerships in sport CSR reports Media Centre News Case studies G4S and social media Key facts and figures Image library International magazine Press office contacts My Clippings Home Media Centre Case studies Government Protecting Critical National Infrastructure Protecting Critical National Infrastructure Hoover Dam is one of the US most magnificent examples of critical national infrastructure which along with the Davis and Parker dams further downstream provide millions of Americans with water and energy Such an national icon and being so publicly accessible means that there are equally many security challenges in protecting Hoover Dam The three dams all fall under the responsibility of the US Department of the Interior s Bureau of Reclamation which includes its own police force together with Reclamation federal security officers and private contractors Reclamation recognised the need for a high tech solution to integrate its security functions and together with G4S Technology its Symmetry Enterprise Security Management System was introduced Don

    Original URL path: http://www.g4s.co.cr/en/Corporate/Media%20Centre/Case%20Studies/Government/Protecting%20critical%20national%20infrastructure/ (2013-04-25)
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