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Airport Security Training, Job Description, Salary Information & Employment Outlook
Federal airport security directors are organized under the Transportation Security Agency which currently employs 45,000 security officers. Federal airport security directors organize the airport security plan, coordinate its security staff, and oversee passenger and baggage security operations.Read More...

Campus Security Officer Training, Job Outlook & Salary Information
Once relegated to the role of night watchman or woman, the campus security officer today has become a respected member of the campus security team, enforcing college regulations and state laws at colleges, universities, and private schools.Read More...

Canine Officer
Canine officers often are sworn police officers or sheriff's deputies who enter the canine corps after several years of street duty. Patrol officers work their assigned shifts while volunteering at the police kennel or riding with canine officers to see if it's right for them.Read More...

Coast Guard Jobs, Training Requirements, Salary & Schools Information
Enlisted U.S. Coast Guard personnel are part of the sea-going law enforcement branch of the government. They provide maritime police and security duties including the policing of drug and immigration smuggling incidents.Read More...

Highway Patrol Officer
Highway patrol officers, also known as state police officers, enforce motor vehicle laws and regulations. Duties include issuing traffic citations, directing traffic and giving first aid at the scene of accidents, and determining the cause of accidents.Read More...

Loss Prevention Management
A loss prevention manager is an expert in the protection of goods and information. Small companies, large corporations, and the government all depend on loss prevention managers to keep their proprietary information and products safe by developing effective security systems.Read More...

Private Security Guard
Private security guards patrol an employer's property to guard against damage, theft, and other illegal activities. When necessary, they may contact the police or other emergency services for assistance and write up detailed reports about what happened.Read More...

Secret Service Agent
From protecting the nation's most important political figures to investigating financial crimes, U.S. secret service agents are among the elite of America's law enforcement professionals.Read More...

Security Analyst
Security analysts are computer specialists who deal with all aspects of an organization's information security. They plan, install, and upkeep security software, train employees about computer security, and in some cases, help to prosecute cyber crime.Read More...

 
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