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Intl. Code of Conduct for Private Security Service Providers (ICoC)

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[PDF] Code of Ethics and Business Conduct

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[scroll to page 27] On November 9, 2010, Triple Canopy became a founder signatory to the International Code of Conduct for Private Security Providers...a unique, industry-specific code of conduct that resulted from an international initiative led by...

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ASIS Standard for Private Security Service Providers Overseas Adopted by UK

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The ANSI standard, Management System for Quality of Private Security Company Operations – Requirements with Guidance...has been adopted for use in the United Kingdom...[T]he...standard establishes an auditable mechanism for Private Security Service...

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[PDF] Intl. Code of Conduct for Private Security Service Providers: Temporary Steering Committee to convene drafting conference on oversight mechanism

Author: Intl. Code of Conduct for Private Security Service Providers

[This is] an update on progress towards creating an oversight mechanism for the International Code of Conduct for Private Security Service Providers (ICoC)…[T]he Temporary Steering Committee (TSC) has continued to work towards a second draft charter...

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ALTUS GROUP is a signatory Company to the International Code of Conduct (ICoC)

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We are a signatory company of the International Code of Conduct for Private security service providers (ICoC) and as so we affirm our responsibility to respect the human rights and fulfill humanitarian responsibilities towards all those affected by...

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[PDF] Code of Business Ethics and Conduct

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[scroll to page 10] ACADEMI is committed to providing high-quality services to its clients in a manner that complies with applicable national and international laws, and protects the safety, security, human rights, and fundamental freedoms of all...

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[PDF] The International Code of Conduct for Private Security Service Providers - New Signatory Companies on 1 December 2012

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[New signatory companies on 1 December 2012 to the International Code of Conduct for Private Security Service Providers are:] 3e Group...Altus Group...Any Risk Security Solutions...ASK International...ASK Security...Audeamus Security...Australian...

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4 October 2012

[PDF] From armed privates to private armies: Regulating Private Military and Security Companies

Author: Allerhand Institute, Embassy of Switzerland, ICLHR Initiative

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From Sandline to Saracen: Time to hold the private security industry to its human rights commitments

Author: James Cockayne, Institute for Human Rights and Business

In July 2012 a UN Monitoring Group alleged that [a] private military and security company...Saracen International, closely linked to Sterling Corporate Services...may have spent much of the last two years involved in activities that breach UN...

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