• • Type : Subsidiary ; Industry: Security; Predecessors: Group 4 Falck, Securicor; Founded: 2004; Headquarters: London, England; Area served: Worldwide; Key people: John Connolly
    (Chairman), Ashley Almanza (CEO); Services: Manned security services, cash handling services, justice services and outsourced business processes related to security and safety risks; Revenue: £7,758 million (2019)[1]; ; Operating income: £145
    million (2019)[1] ; Net income: £(80) million (2019)[1] ; Number of employees: 533,000 (2021)[2] ; Parent: Allied Universal ; Subsidiaries: G4S Secure Solutions, Hashmira, Argenbright Security, Securicor, Ronco Consulting Corp., AMAG Technology,
    Wackenhut, Total Security Services History Origins[edit] G4S has its origins in a guarding business founded in Copenhagen in 1901 by Marius Hogrefe, originally known as København Frederiksberg Nattevagt (Copenhagen and Frederiksberg Night
    Watch) and subsequently renamed Falck.

  • [38] Management and other changes[edit] In March 2012, G4S announced that it would sell the “struggling” G4S Government Solutions business (the former Wackenhut (WSI) and
    All Star business) to exit the US government services.

  • [56][57] Mateen then worked for British-based security firm G4S Secure Solutions in Jupiter, Florida, from September 2007 until his death.

  • [25] In 2009, G4S continued to acquire companies: Secura Monde International and Shiremoor International Engineering, together, the UK’s leading specialist banknote and high
    security technical and commercial advisory companies; All Star International for $60 million,[26] one of the premier facilities management and base operations support companies providing services to the US government; Adesta, US-based provider
    of integrated security systems and communication systems; and Hill & Associates Consultants Limited, Asia’s leading provider of specialist risk-mitigation consulting services.

  • [67][68] In a statement to Parliament, Secretary of State for Justice Liz Truss said that insufficient staffing lay at the root of the twelve-hour Birmingham riot and that
    G4S would have to pay the costs of deploying ten highly trained public sector Tornado elite teams, who were sent to quell the riot.

  • [51] Sale of Wackenhut Pakistan[edit] G4S announced in late August 2012 that it would be selling its Pakistan division, Wackenhut Pakistan Limited, to its chairman Ikram Sehgal
    for a figure of around $10 million, according to the Financial Times.

  • [18] In April 2008, G4S acquired RONCO Consulting Corporation, one of the world’s premier humanitarian and commercial mine action, ordnance disposal and security companies.

  • [32] In December 2011, G4S acquired the assets of Chubb Emergency Response, a large key holding company in the UK.

  • [82] The company provides back-office support functions for police forces, support for front-line policing, including the provision of custody suite services and forensic
    medical services.

  • G4S also works with governments overseas to deliver security services.

  • [40] Failure to meet London 2012 Security Contract[edit] On 12 July 2012, it was announced that 3,500 British troops would be deployed at the 2012 Summer Olympics due to a
    shortage of adequately trained G4S security staff, with Labour MP Keith Vaz claiming that, “G4S has let the country down and we have literally had to send in the troops”.

  • Although missing its initial target of 10,000, G4S announced the sending of 7,000 personnel each day to Olympic venues, in a way they felt would allow them to fully secure
    each venue.

  • [41] Shares in G4S later dropped nine percent after the firm claimed it faced a possible £50 million loss as a result of failing to provide sufficient trained staff for the
    2012 Olympic Games.

  • [47] On 22 July 2012, a contractor reported that a third of his expected staff had not turned up; instead, he was sent a group of mainly female, teenage students with minimal
    training, whom he turned away as he did not feel comfortable leaving them for night duties.

  • [42] On 17 July, the company’s chief executive, Nick Buckles, appeared before the Home Affairs Select Committee, where he apologised for the organisational failings, expressed
    regret at having taken on the Olympic security contract, and agreed in principle to pay bonuses to soldiers drafted at the last moment as replacement security staff.

  • [84] In the early 2000s, the company (then still known as Group 4 Falck) bid unsuccessfully for the right to operate several railway franchises in the United Kingdom.

  • [27][28] In the autumn of 2009, G4S personnel in Australia went on strike, arguing that the company had subjected them to low pay and poor working conditions.

  • [76] Operations Activities[edit] The former G4S offices in Västberga, Stockholm G4S’s core services include ‘manned security services’ – where it provides trained and screened
    security officers.

  • The acquisition would have created the world’s largest facilities management company.

  • [69] John Thornhill, the president of the independent monitoring board, agreed that insufficient staff had caused rising levels of violence in prisons in England and Wales,
    leading to “unrestrained violence” and the transfer of a “large number of prisoners … to other prisons that are already stretched with their own problems and staffing issues.

  • [66] After the shooting, a psychologist, who was said to have evaluated and cleared Mateen for his firearms licence in 2007, according to the records of the security company
    G4S, denied ever meeting him or having lived in Florida at the time, and said she had stopped her practice in Florida in January 2006.

  • [29] Since 2010[edit] G4S acquired the South African cash in transit company Skycom in September 2010.

  • The venue manager reported parts of the CCTV system had already been replaced by Army patrols and a complete army takeover was “on the cards”.

  • [34] Within two weeks, the deal was dropped due to lack of shareholder support.

  • A parliamentary committee chair and the Opposition Labour shadow home secretary complained that G4S’s contract with the Home Office limited it to a 6.8% profit on operations,
    but instead the pre-tax profit margins appear to have ranged between 20% to 30%.

  • [7] In 2000, Group 4, a security firm formed in the 1960s, merged with Falck to form Group 4 Falck[7] and by 2000 the company was described as “the world’s largest private
    security systems company”.

  • The business has now been integrated into their existing key holding and response service.

  • [92] Operating structure[edit] G4S segments its business into two areas:[84] • Secure Solutions which includes services for commercial and government organisations in areas
    such as risk consulting, manned security, and security systems.

  • [89] One of G4S’ more interesting contracts may be securing the perimeter of Homey Airport, more commonly known as Area 51, the secret United States Air Force base in Nevada.

  • [44] In Newcastle, G4S was replaced by 500 staff from local security firms for Olympic events.

  • [102] Controversies Controversies involving the company have included use of immigrant-detainee labour in prisons,[103] extreme misconduct in child custodial institutions
    in the UK and the US,[104][105][106][107][108] allegations of police telephone data manipulation,[109] its troubled nine-year employment of Orlando, Florida terrorist Omar Mateen,[110][111] and the 2016 riot at Birmingham Prison in Birmingham,

  • Furthermore, many investors and analysts questioned why the company would want to purchase a firm so far removed from its area of expertise.

  • [14] The 2006, US State Department Report on Human Rights in Indonesia, released in March 2006, featured the ongoing dispute in Jakarta with Group4/Securicor.

  • [58][59][60] The company said two screenings of Mateen—one conducted upon hiring and the other in 2013—had raised no red flags.

  • [78] ‘Monitoring and response services’ is another core service, where G4S provides key holding, mobile security patrol and response services and alarm receiving and monitoring

  • [35] G4S’s chief, Nick Buckles, recounted the events of the failed acquisition, which cost the company tens of millions of dollars, as “…one of the most bruising experiences
    of my life”.

  • [23] In December 2008, G4S and UNI Global Union, announced the launch of an Ethical Employment Partnership, which will drive improvements in standards across the global security

  • [70] Profit margins[edit] Ben Saunders, the head of two British immigrant centres that have been the locus of abuse of detainees was put on leave in September 2017.

  • [24] Simultaneous to this, G4S and the SEIU reached an agreement to end their long dispute and establish a framework to work together in the interest of employees.

  • The company offers a range of services, including the supply of security personnel, monitoring equipment, response units and secure prisoner transportation.

  • “[64] They never informed the community or its property management company about why he was transferred there.

  • [61] Nonetheless, G4S removed Mateen from his job post at a courthouse because of threats he made towards coworkers, including one threat where he claimed he would have al-Qaeda
    kill a deputy’s family.

  • [88] In 2014, the Austrian Ministry of the Interior awarded G4S a contract to run a detention center in Vordernberg; this was the first privately operated prison in Austria.

  • [46] At Dorney Lake, the Olympic rowing and canoeing venue, a G4S manager reported G4S radios were not working, so staff were relying on personal mobile phones to communicate;
    G4S confirmed the venue was being manned by military personnel after 66 percent of rostered G4S staff were failing to show.


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