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How The Plan To Outsource London's Olympic Security Turned Into A Disaster

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Wednesday, 18 July 2012

How The Plan To Outsource London's Olympic Security Turned Into A DisasterG4S, a private security company based in the UK, is one of the largest companies in the world, operating in over 150 countries and employs 657,000 people.

Even so, when it announced it would be signing a $355 million contract for services at the London Olympics this year, many eyebrows were raised. The group was due to provide...
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Source: Associated Press - on July 19, 2012

News video: Olympic Officials Work to Calm Security Fears

Olympic Officials Work to Calm Security Fears

Despite a report that says public confidence in the London Olympics has suffered due to a contractor's failure to supply enough guards, a top police official says the overall security plan is not affected. (July 18)

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