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CSO

Abbreviation for:
Central Statistical Office (Medspeak-UK)
civil society organisation (Medspeak-UK)
common source outbreak
community service office
craniosynostosis
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The security officer of the future brings a whole new set of considerations for the end-user.
According to Local 32BJ executive vice president Kevin Doyle, the average wage of a unionized officer is $12 per hour and for non-union security officers well under $10 (approximately 50% less than unionized cleaners working in those commercial properties).
Thus, properly supervised or not, the presence of the security officer violated Buonocore's Fourth Amendment rights.
During my tenure as a camp director, the camp employed, at different times, a retired postmaster, a farmer, and a school bus driver as night security officers.
In the opinion of both ASIS and NASCO, Carr's column in-accurately portrayed the private security industry, maligned security officers and misrepresented the vital role security officers working in mall and shopping center settings play in crime prevention as well as in terrorism preparedness and response.
More than a willingness to exercise minor acts of courtesy, however, a trained and experienced security officer must have a sixth sense related to sorting out people bent on possible mischief from those with a legitimate business purpose.
3 Post 3 - Security Officer, Generation Plant 2 12 MO
The right security officer for 2006 will be well trained and firm but exceedingly polite and not imposing.
was critical of the background investigations and training of private security officers, as well as of the low salaries they are paid, which leads to high turnover.
You need to hire security officers to protect your facilities, but you're unsure how to assess whether the officers are qualified to handle the challenges that are unique to your facility.
It shall be the intent of this Request for Proposal to enter into an agreement for COURTHOUSE SECURITY OFFICER (CSO) SERVICES with a single provider who is qualified, experienced, ready, willing and able to provide unarmed or armed trained CSO s to screen the general public and employees at various court facilities in accordance with the terms, conditions and specifications contained herein.

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