Long Island Corporate Security Provider, The Protective Group, Comments on The Bad Practices Performed by TSA Employees

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Private Corporate Security, The Protective Group, comments on an article published by CNN.com, which discusses the reports on TSA’s employees misconduct.

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On August 26, John Monderine, CEO of Long Island corporate security provider, The Protective Group, comments on an August 1st article published by The CNN.com titled “Report: TSA employee misconduct up 26% in 3 years” which discusses numerous counts of misconduct by TSA employees.

The article discusses the Government Accountability Office reported an increase of misconduct reports of TSA employees at 26% from 2010, to 2012. Travelers are not happy about this.
TSA employees misconduct cases such as being late to neglecting crucial security protocols increase from 2,691 in 2010, to 3,408 in 2012.

"There's not even a way to properly report some of the offenses, so this may be just the tip of the iceberg of some of the offenses," said John Mica, a longtime critic of the TSAand Florida Republican.

Corporate Security is crucial to any business let alone one of the top security companies in the world. The TSA’s employees do amount to over 50,000 and sometimes things fall through the cracks, but it shouldn’t at that percentage,” says John Monderine, CEO of Long Island corporate security provider, The Protective Group.

The Protective Group is an elite full service private security firm with specializations in special event security, corporate security, private investigators, insurance investigators and surveillance. It’s top-notch professional security guards have over 150 years of combined law enforcement service and its security personnel are physically fit, professional, athletic, and completely dedicated to ensuring events proceeds without a hitch. From charity runs and fashion shows, to fundraisers and art shows, the Protective Group instills confidence and assures safety at an exclusive event or place of business.

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