Protecting Your Personal Safety

We’ve all found ourselves in situations where we’ve felt vulnerable about our personal safety. Here are simple safety tips that can deter bad guys from making you their next victim. –Don’t use ATMs when it’s dark or in unfamiliar areas. –Avoid stairwells in parking garages. –When dropped off a work or home, ask the driver […]

As Football Season Begins—Stepped Up Security Will Be The Norm

Whether it’s high school, college or professional football, fans will soon be flocking to stadiums to root on their favorite teams. Security has always been tight at football games, but because of the times we live in, on-site security procedures are increasing. Here is some of what fans can expect this season. –no backpacks, fanny […]

Security on the Construction Site

August 22, 2016 Keeping a construction site secure from theft and vandalism is an ongoing concern. A 2014 Heavy Equipment Theft Report by the National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB) shows California ranked 6th when it comes to construction site heavy equipment thefts. Equipment theft cost businesses roughly $400 million a year. Some say the loss […]

Five Ways Companies Can Stay Safe

Fully vet all of your employees Use Life Scan when vetting your employees. Live Scan is an electronic fingerprinting process that ACS uses to help with our employee background checks. The fingerprint is transmitted to the Department of Justice. The DOJ then searches all U.S. government lists (local, state and federal) for any potential issues. […]

Our Heartfelt Condolences

Much of what we do at ACS relies on a close relationship with the police. This collaborative effort helps keep our clients secure and safe. It was with deep sadness as we watched what transpired yesterday in Dallas. At ACS, we see firsthand the unwavering dedication and commitment by police officers in keeping communities safe. […]

From the Unruly Patron to the Unthinkable Scenario—Know How to Respond

While the recent nightclub tragedy in Orlando shows the vulnerability of patrons when someone is intent on inflicting mass harm, it is just one of the scenarios that must be considered when keeping patrons safe in crowded venues. Every venue has (or should have) a security guard team assigned the task of anticipating and responding […]

New GPS Technology Pinpoints ACS Security Staff Onsite

ACS is now using new GPS tracking technology from Celayix Software that enables our dispatch personnel to pinpoint the location of our security staff while on a job site. Here’s how it works. When our security guards check in at a job site to begin their shift, GPS tracking begins. The tracking takes places within […]

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How To Hard Refresh On A Mobile Device

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Firefox iPhone:

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Internet Explorer

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Avoid Examination Errors
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I Forgot my Username/Password.

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About Temporary Passwords

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In both cases, you will be prompted to change your password to a new password.You will not be able to reset your password .

 

If you are still having trouble accessing your account after following the steps above, 247 guard training support team is available to assist you.

 

I have slow internet and/or frequent connection drops.
To fix this, just get a little closer. If the router is located in a different room, try going into the room where the router is located and see if that fixes the issue. If this is a consistent issue, try to position your router higher (up on a shelf), away from other devices, which can interfere with it, and in a central location in your home.

 

How do I change the time it takes for my computer to lock? How to Set Your Computer to Lock Your Screen Automatically.
  1. Open the Control Panel on the Start menu, click Control Panel.
  2. Click Appearance and Personalization, and then in Personalization Tab /click Change Screen Saver.
  3. In the Wait box, choose 15 minutes
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Best Practices

Before you start the Test:

Check your computer settings:

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Close all other programs running on your computer before you start a Class/Lesson. Do not take a quiz with other applications running in the background, such as movies, music, e‐mail, or IM (instant messaging).

Be certain that you are ready to take the test and set aside time in which you will be free from interruptions BEFORE clicking on the link to the test.

Do not enter any Class/Quiz until you are ready to take it!