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Wednesday, 13 September 2017 15:58

Dillon: Private Security Firms Can Help Fight Crime

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The private security industry can play a major role in the fight against crime.

This, according to the Minister of National Security, Retired Major General Edmund Dillon, who is urging members of that industry to get regularised.

At a National Security Symposium on Wednesday morning, the Minister said there needed to be collaboration between the stakeholders in the industry to bring private security service firms up to mark.

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