Securitas lidera ganancias entre firmas de vigilancia en EE.UU.

The matrix is based on voluntary responses from the companies as well as other sources. Security Magazine, which does not purport data to be a complete list or to reflect changing conditions, revenues and officer staffing levels, asked for responses during November and December 2005. Other sources include: the National Association of Security Companies (NASCO); The Security Letter, edited by Robert McCrie; Ricci Communications and its clients; Lehman Brothers 2005 Security Industry Report; the U.S. Department of Labor; SEIU; and individual company materials and their Web sites. If your firm wants to be listed or update a listing, e-mail the Security Magazine Editor Bill Zalud
Revenue (in millions) Employees/Officers
Company
Securitas North America * 2,581 100,000
Wackenhut – Group 4 Securicor ** 1,600 38,000
AlliedBarton Security * 1,099 37,000
Akal Security * 1,000 12,000
Guardsmark *** 509 18,500
US Security Associates * 374 18,000
Initial Security 346 14,500
ACSS * 300 12,000
MVM, Inc. * 194 3,700
Day & Zimmermann Protection * 180 4,000
Cognisa Security * 155 5,500
Inter-Con * 150 4,300
Integrated Security Services * 130 Not reported
Covenant Services Worldwide * 127 1,700
Universal Protection Service * 110 4,000
Valor (Mydatt Services) 86 3,600
SOS Security * 80 3,000
Command Security Corp. * 80 3,354
FJC Security Services * 77 3,200
Summit Security * 72 2,950
Security Forces * 72 3,360
Construction Protection Services * 60 2,000
OMNIPLEX World Services Corporation ** 55 1,200
Job1USA ** 54 Not reported
Whelan Security 50 2,200
Andrews International 50 3,000
Copstat Security 45 1,750
Revenue (in millions) Employees/Officers
Sizemore Security * 35 1,800
Per Mar Security Services ** 34 1,600
St. Moritz Security 33 1,500
McRoberts Protective Agency * 31 2,000
Shield Security * 31 1,584
Walden Security * 31 1,200
Bowles Corporate Services 28 1,700
Apollo Security * 28 1,523
Am-Gard ** 27 695
50 State Security * 27 985
A & R Security Services * 26 1,000
T & M Protection * 26 650
Command Guard Service ** 25 1,450
AT Systems Security 25 1,326
Spartan Security * 25 1,000
Guard Systems * 24 850
Protection Plus Security ** 20 540
Ohio Security Systems 20 1,300
Special Response Corporation ** 19 625
Eagle Technologies ** 16 520
Diamond Detective Agency * 15 750
Lansdall Protective Agency * 15 750
American Security Programs 12 450
Moore Security * 12 600
International Management Assistance Corp. * 12 500
Glenbrook Security Services Inc. ** 11 365
Vescom Corporation ** 10 525
The matrix, based on voluntary responses requested by Security Magazine, also includes data from other sources. Security Magazine does not purport data to be a complete list or to reflect changing conditions, revenues and officer staffing levels. * From The Security Letter, edited by Robert McCrie, and summarized from Vol. XXXV, No. 11, Part II (The Security Letter, 166 East 96th Street, New York, N.Y. 10128). ** From a survey conducted by Ricci Communications. *** From a release from that company. The Security Letter asked for staffing by employees while the Security Magazine and Ricci Communications surveys asked for full- and part-time officers.

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