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Focus on Concierge Security

The Art of Concierge Guarding: How Museums Merge Security with Visitor Services

A guard’s presence can convey a sense of security—the uniformed private officer taking note of people as they approach valuable items to prevent theft or patrolling the grounds to deter a physical breach. However, an increasing number of security leaders are also using guards to support customer or visitor services, not dissimilar to a hotel’s concierge, with the goal of improving the overall experience for residents, visitors, or clients.
One industry that has adopted this model particularly well is museum and cultural property security.

12 Safety Guidelines for Casino Patrons

Casino management and security personnel can look after their patrons by providing a few simple tips and concierge security services to keep casino winnings where they belong—with the patron.