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Checkpoint Systems, Inc. engages in the manufacture and marketing of integrated system solutions for retail security, labeling, and merchandising. The company provides supply chain solutions to brand, track, and secure goods for retailers and consumer product manufacturers worldwide. It offers electronic article surveillance systems and tags, using radio frequency and electromagnetic technology; security source tagging; branding tags and labels for apparel; barcode labeling systems; retail display systems; and hand-held labeling systems. Its labeling systems and services are applied in brand identification, automatic identification, retail security, and pricing and promotional labels. The company also markets closed-circuit television systems primarily to help retailers prevent losses caused by theft of merchandise, and electronic access control systems for commercial and industrial applications. Its products are sold through direct distribution and reseller channels. The company primarily operates in Europe, Asia Pacific, Americas, and the Middle East/Africa. Checkpoint Systems was founded in 1969 and is headquartered in Thorofare, New Jersey.


The GEO Group, Inc. and its subsidiaries provide government-outsourced services in the management of correctional, detention, and mental health facilities in the United States, Australia, South Africa, the United Kingdom, and Canada. The company operates correctional and detention facilities, including maximum, medium, and minimum security prisons; immigration detention centers; minimum security detention centers; and mental health and residential treatment facilities. It offers correctional and detention management services, such as provision of security, administrative, rehabilitation, education, and health and food services, primarily at adult male correctional and detention facilities. The company's mental health and residential treatment services involve the delivery of care, programming, and active patient treatment, primarily at privatized state mental health. It also offers life skills and transition planning programs that provide inmates job search training and employment skills, anger management skills, health education, financial responsibility training, and parenting skills, as well as offer counseling, education, and treatment to inmates with alcohol and drug abuse problems. In addition, the company also develops new facilities based on contract awards, as well as provides consultation and management services relating to the design and construction of new correctional and detention facilities, and the redesign and renovation of older facilities. As of December 31, 2006, it operated approximately 62 correctional, detention, and mental health and residential treatment facilities, and had approximately 54,000 beds under management. The company was formerly known as Wackenhut Corrections Corporation and changed its name to The GEO Group, Inc. in 2003. The GEO Group, Inc. was founded in 1984 and is based in Boca Raton, Florida.


Cornell Companies, Inc. provides correctional, treatment, and educational services outsourced by federal, state, and local governmental agencies in the United States. It operates through three segments: Adult Secure Institutional Services; Juvenile Justice, Educational, and Treatment Services; and Adult Community-Based Corrections and Treatment Services. The adult secure institutional services segment operates secure adult incarceration facilities. The juvenile segment provides residential treatment and educational programs, and nonresidential community-based programs to juveniles between the ages of 10 and 17. The adult community-based corrections and treatment services segment offers prerelease and halfway house programs for adult offenders, who are on probation or serving the last three to six-months of their sentences on parole and preparing for re-entry into society, as well as provides community-based treatment and education programs as an alternative to incarceration. As of December 31, 2004, the company operated 68 facilities. The company was incorporated in 1991 and is headquartered in Houston, Texas.


L-3 Communications Holdings, Inc. provides intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR) systems; secure communications systems; and training and government services, as well as aircraft modernization products for aerospace and defense platforms. Its ISR products include signals and communications intelligence systems, which provide warfighters the ability to collect and analyze unknown electronic signals from command centers, communication nodes, and air defense systems for situation awareness and response. The company's communications systems for reconnaissance and surveillance applications are used in communication, command and control, intelligence gathering, and space systems. L-3 Communications also provides teaching and training services, maintenance, and logistics support for training devices; communication systems support and engineering services; and marksmanship training systems and services. It offers these services to aircrews, navigators, mission operators, gunners, and maintenance technicians for various platforms, including military fixed and rotary wing aircraft, air vehicles, and various ground vehicles, as well as computer-based training systems. The company's aircraft modernization products and services comprise aircraft modernization, upgrade, maintenance, and logistics support services; quick response field teams; cockpit voice and flight data recorders; traffic alert and collision avoidance systems; terrain awareness warning systems; cockpit avionics products; and ruggedized custom cockpit displays. Further, the company provides naval warfare products, security systems, telemetry and navigation products, sensors, training devices, fuzing products, and microwave components. It offers its products and services to the Department of Defense, allied foreign militaries, and the U.S. Transportation and Security Administration. L-3 Communications was organized in 1997 and is based in New York City.


L-1 Identity Solutions, Inc. and its subsidiaries provide identity protection solutions that enable governments, law enforcement agencies, and businesses to enhance security, reduce identity theft, and protect personal privacy. It operates in two segments, Identity Solutions and Services. The Identity Solutions segment provides biometric and identity solutions to federal, state, and local government agencies, as well as to foreign governments and commercial entities. Its solutions include secure credential systems, identity database technologies, and services. These solutions enable its customers to manage the life cycle of an individual's identity for various applications, including civil identification, criminal identification, border management, anti-terrorism, and security. This segment also provides systems design, development, integration, and support services. The Services segment provides fingerprinting services to federal and state governments, and commercial enterprises, primarily financial institutions that require criminal background checks and screening. The company also provides government and security consulting services, which include counterterrorism, homeland defense, due diligence, information sharing and analysis, physical and personal security, personnel surety, counterintelligence, vulnerability assessment, forensic accounting, crisis management, and operational support. L-1 Identity offers its products and services through a direct sales force, strategic partnerships, and alliances in North America, Europe, the Middle East, and the Asia Pacific. It has partnership with Ultra-Scan Corporation for the development and supply of a live scan biometric fingerprint reader based on ultrasonic imaging technology. The company was founded in 1992. It was formerly known as Viisage Technology, Inc. and changed its name to L-1 Identity Solutions, Inc. in 2006. L-1 Identity Solutions is headquartered in Stamford, Connecticut.


Henry Bros. Electronics, Inc., along with its subsidiaries, provides single-source/turn-key technology-based security solutions for medium and large commercial enterprises, and government agencies in the United States. The company operates in two segments, Security System Integration, and Specialty Products and Services. The Security System Integration segment provides design, installation, and support services for a variety of security, communications, and control systems. The Specialty Products and Services segment engages in digital mobile recording and emergency preparedness planning programs business. This segment also designs, manufactures, and maintains wireless communications equipment to extend emergency radio frequency services and cellular communication for fixed and mobile applications. Henry Bros. Electronics was founded in 1950. The company was formerly known as Integcom Corp. and changed its name to Diversified Security Solutions, Inc. in 2001. Further, the name was changed to Henry Bros. Electronics, Inc. in 2005. The company is headquartered in Saddle Brook, New Jersey.


The Brink's Company provides business and security services in North America. It offers armored car transportation, security services, ATM servicing, currency and coin processing, and other value-added services to banks, retailers, and other commercial and governmental agencies worldwide. The company also engages in marketing, selling, installing, monitoring, and servicing electronic security systems in owner occupied, single family residences, and commercial properties. In addition, it installs and monitors commercial security systems, including nonmonitored closed circuit video and enhanced event reporting. Further, the company provides freight transportation and supply chain management services for business to business shipping. It offers expedited and standard air freight, ocean forwarding, customs brokerage, and documentation services to industrial and commercial businesses, including automotive, aerospace, healthcare, technology, retail, and other industries. The Brink's Company also operates in France, Venezuela, the Netherlands, Brazil, Germany, the United Kingdom, and Colombia. The company was founded in 1838. It was formerly known as Pittston Company and changed its name to The Brinks Company in 2003. The company is headquartered in Richmond, Virginia.


Magal Security Systems, Ltd. engages in the development, manufacture, and marketing of computerized security systems, which detect, locate, and identify the nature of unauthorized intrusions. The company's products are used in approximately 70 countries worldwide to protect national borders, airports, correctional facilities, nuclear power stations, and other sensitive facilities from terrorism, theft, and other threats. Its products include perimeter security systems and video motion detection system; a security solution, which integrates various closed circuit television related applications into one box; personal emergency location systems; a pipeline security system; and personal emergency location systems. It also offers video monitoring services to industrial sites, commercial businesses, educational facilities, and VIP residences. The company was founded in 1969 as a department of the Israel Aircraft Industries, Ltd. and is headquartered in Yahud, Israel.


Document Security Systems, Inc. engages in the development, licensing, and sale of anticounterfeiting technology and products for homeland security, governments, and law enforcement agencies worldwide. The company licenses and/or prints security documents to security printers, corporations, and governments, which utilize its patented technology. Its technology is used in securing sensitive and critical documents, such as currency, automobile titles, spare parts forms for the aerospace industry, psychological examinations, gift certificates, permits, checks, licenses, receipts, prescription and medical forms, engineering schematics, identity cards, labels, original music, coupons, homeland security manuals tickets, and school transcripts. The company's primary product for the paper market is AuthentiGuard Safety Paper, which reveals hidden warning words, logos, or images when a clear plastic viewer is placed over the paper or when the paper is faxed, copied, scanned or re-imaged in any form. In addition, Document Security Systems provides commercial printing and copying services to the metropolitan Rochester and New York area, and sells specialty legal supplies through Internet to lawyers and legal firms in the United States. It also licenses motion pictures. The company was formed in 1984 under the name Thoroughbreds USA, Inc. Later, it changed its name to New Sky Communications, Inc and then to Document Security Systems, Inc. in 2003. Document Security Systems is headquartered in Rochester, New York.


LoJack Corporation offers wireless tracking and recovery products for mobile assets worldwide. It develops and markets the LoJack Stolen Vehicle Recovery System, a proprietary system consisting of vehicle location unit, vehicle tracking unit, sector activation system, and registration system. This system is designed to assist law enforcement personnel in locating, tracking, and recovering stolen vehicles. The company also offers LoJack Early Warning Recovery System, which provides early notification to vehicle owners in the event of unauthorized user operating the vehicle. In addition, the company offers Boomerang Tracking System, which consists of a cellular band radio frequency transponder with antenna, microprocessor, and power supply to locate and recover stolen vehicle; the Boomerang2 Unit, a product that builds upon the Boomerang Unit by integrating two-way communication and diagnostics to provide automatic theft notification by sending a signal upon any unauthorized vehicle movements; and the Water Resistant Boomerang Unit for installation on construction equipment and marine crafts; and the Portable Boomerang Unit for installation in special applications, such as cargo. LoJack Corporation markets its products through direct sales force, automobile dealers, and automotive accessory retailers, as well as through company owned distribution centers. LoJack Corporation was organized in 1978 and is headquartered in Westwood, Massachusetts.


Napco Security Systems, Inc., through its subsidiaries, engages in the development, manufacture, distribution, and sale of security alarm products and door security devices for commercial and residential use worldwide. It primarily offers intrusion and fire alarm systems, access control systems, and electronic locking devices. The company also offers automatic communicators, control panels, combination control panels/digital communicators, fire alarm control panels, and area detectors. These products are used in commercial, residential, institutional, industrial, and governmental applications. The company also designs, engineers, and markets software and control panels for access control systems. In addition, it markets peripheral and related equipment manufactured by other companies. The company markets its products primarily to independent distributors and wholesalers of security alarm and security hardware equipment. Napco Security Systems was founded in 1969 by Richard Soloway and is headquartered in Amityville, New York.


Tri-S Security Corporation, through its wholly owned subsidiaries, provides equipment and security services to various government agencies and the private sector in the United States. Its services include providing uniformed and armed guards for access control, plant security, personnel security, theft prevention, surveillance, vehicular and foot patrol, and crowd control, as well as the prevention of sabotage, terrorist, and criminal activities. The company also provides guards and other personnel who are uniformed or plain-clothed, armed or unarmed, and who patrol in marked radio cars or stand duty on the premises at stationary posts. In addition, it offers electronic and manned security systems. Further, the company provides armed and unarmed uniformed security services; video and investigative services; and security system integration products, such as security systems and communication systems. Tri-S Security serves government customers, including local, state, and federal government agencies; commercial customers, such as universities, public school systems, corporate complexes, and hospitals; and residential customers, including condominiums, high-end apartments, and high-security homes. The company was incorporated in 1980. It was formerly known as Diversified Security Corporation and changed its name to Tri-S Security Corporation in 2004. Tri-S Security is headquartered in Alpharetta, Georgia.


Pointer Telocation, Ltd. and its subsidiaries provide road-side assistance, vehicle towing, stolen vehicle retrieval, fleet management, and other services to automobile owners and insurance companies in Israel, Argentina, and Mexico. Its road-side assistance services comprise towing services, mobile automobile repair services, vehicle replacement services, and the sale of spare-parts, or connecting the driver to other service providers. The company's vehicle retrieval and other location-based services include stolen vehicle retrieval services, fleet management, and Web-location. Its stolen vehicle retrieval services include preventing the cars from being stolen, as well as retrieving them in co-operation with law enforcement and private security agencies. The company also develops and manufactures location based information systems for the use of its subsidiaries and for marketing it to other third party local operators. Pointer Telocation markets its stolen vehicle retrieval services primarily through vehicle importers, fleet vehicle operators, leasing companies, and private individuals. The company was founded in 1991 as Nexus Telecommunications Systems, Ltd. and changed its name to Nexus Telocation Systems, Ltd. in 1997. Further, the company changed its name to Pointer Telocation, Ltd. in 2006. Pointer Telocation is based in Givatayim, Israel.


Security With Advanced Technology, Inc. provides security related products and services in the United States. It offers non-lethal solutions, defense and tactical training services, security systems design and engineering, systems integration and installation, network based facility access control systems, biometric systems, surveillance and intrusion detection systems, and mobile digital video surveillance solutions. The company's products and services are designed for government agencies, military, and law enforcement, as well as to transportation, commercial facilities, and non-lethal personal protection segments. Security With Advanced Technology was founded in 1999 as A4S Technologies, Inc. and changed its name to A4S Security, Inc. in 2005. Further, the company changed its name to Security With Advanced Technology, Inc. in 2006. The company is headquartered in Westminster, Colorado.