LEAPS | May 19, 2005
NPSI has joined
the lineup of distinguished Sponsors for the Sixth Annual Law
Enforcement and Private Security (LEAPS) Conference on
Thursday, May 19, 2005. The Conference theme is Risk
Management – Leadership Challenge for Police &
LEAPS has earned the reputation as the most prestigious
organization between Law Enforcement and Private Security
partnership in the nation.
Sponsors to the Conference were invited by Los Angeles Police
Chief William J. Bratton. The daylong event is a networking
and training opportunity that continues to bring law enforcement
and private security personnel together. By increasing awareness
and use of respective resources, it “enhances our ability to make
the greater Los Angeles area the safest community to live and
work,” Chief Bratton said.
The seminar will focus on creating public and private sector
understanding of their common goals to protect lives and property.
Experts in the field of critical incident management will provide
the latest information and procedures.
Los Angeles Mayor James K. Hahn has been invited to deliver
opening remarks. Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger is
scheduled to address the conference and reaffirm the importance of
partnership and preparedness.
Topics will include Management of Aggressive Behavior, Crisis
Management, Meeting Public Safety with Corporate Security
Contingency Plans, Homeland Security Support to Private Security,
Addressing Soft Targets/Prevention and Response and Using
Technology to Fight Crime.
The event will be held at the Wilshire Grand Hotel in Los Angeles.
EXCITING SCHOOL DAYS
Nagy Protection Services, Inc.
once again has geared up for the exciting, if sometimes hectic,
whirl of events related to graduations and prom nights. For more
than 30 years, we have enjoyed serving a growing roster of
Much of our proficiency has been bolstered by our Private
School Resource Program (SRO), which has become
a standard widely duplicated by our industry. The SRO
program focuses on prevention, education and frequent contact with
school administrators, staff, parents and the community. And at
this time of year we take extra enjoyment with our ongoing
interaction with students in the more than 30 schools we serve.