The following describes the development history and correct development path of security service companies:
Sources from the Ministry of Public Security said that in order to improve the quality of security services, China will establish a unified national examination system for security personnel. In the future, security personnel will implement hierarchical management. In the next two to three years, all security personnel will be certified.
The general direction of establishing an industry access mechanism is right, but there are two issues to consider. The first is the role of the government, that is, whether the operation of public security organs in approving and issuing certificates may be affected by other interests. The other is the role of security, that is, whether security services can serve the public.
Based on Hong Kong's experience, Shenzhen became the first domestic security service company in 1984, after which security services spread across the country. Last year, the State Council issued the "Regulations on the Administration of Security Services." Security services have since been based on regulations.
The above regulations propose to separate the security services from the management. Public security organs are only responsible for the approval of security personnel and security companies, and no longer set up security companies. Security personnel will be employed by professional security companies (located at various service outlets) or enterprises or institutions or residential quarters that require security services.
After the separation of management and management, the role of the government is more reasonable. However, based on past experience, the right of approval is easily abused. There are two possible reasons for abuse. The first is rent-seeking, that is, the approver requires the applicant to provide material benefits before issuing a license for the benefit of the unit or individual. Individuals or companies that refuse to provide benefits may be rejected or delayed for various reasons. The second is the approver's own occupation. This situation is quite common and may harm the public interest. Most government departments now have various assessment indicators, and the amount of approval is often one of the indicators. In the case of insufficient approval, the approver may relax the standards, so that some unqualified persons become security personnel. After the security documents are available nationwide, if the review is wrong, the negative impact will be quite bad. Another possibility is that the number of approvals is too large, and the approver refuses to issue an approval permit within a certain period, so the applicant may obtain approval by providing various economic benefits. This goes back to rent-seeking.
According to the above regulations, the function of security personnel is to assist in maintaining public order and protecting the personal and property safety of residents. In fact, the civilian population most often deals with security personnel in residential quarters and work units. Although security guards have an obligation to assist the police in combating criminals, it is expected that the services provided by security guards will often exceed security considerations. In developed countries, security personnel, like cleaning personnel, are engaged in property service in a broad sense. Security personnel often provide services such as opening doors for owners. Many security guards in our country often consider themselves to be "in uniform" and their service attitude is not ideal. In this case, the security service is actually misplaced. In most cases, security personnel are property service personnel. The current management model does the opposite.
To solve the above two problems, the examination and approval authority and security personnel need to position themselves properly. Public security organs' approval of security personnel should focus on their criminal background. Dynamic management is required after approval, that is, after security service personnel obtain corresponding qualifications, public security organs must strengthen the management and review of their behavior.
Fees for security personnel's national examinations and employment credentials should be lower. The fee for a Hong Kong resident to apply for a security personnel permit is HK $ 50. Later, the police will pay an additional fee of HK $ 110 when the permit is formally issued. From the perspective of economic development, the examination and induction costs of security personnel in the Mainland should not exceed 100 yuan.
In addition, government agencies should be transparent in approving security personnel, which can prevent officials from seeking rent and other considerations. As for the positioning of security personnel, whether it is an employee of a professional security company or a security hired by an organization, they should have sufficient service awareness.
Shenzhen Security Service Company Recruitment Information:
I. Recruitment conditions
1. Male, aged 18-40 years old, with a height of 1.68 meters or more;
2. Female, age 18-25 years old, height above 1.60 meters;
3. Education level above junior high school, good sense, good health;
4 , clear political history, no criminal record.
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