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G4S response to the Lou Pingeot report ‘Dangerous Partnership: Private Military Companies and the UN’
Author: G4S, Published on: 24 July 2012
Over the years we have been involved in custodial and immigration services, our training programmes have increasingly placed a large emphasis on de-escalation techniques and well-developed interpersonal skills: control and restraint techniques are only used as a last resort. As a contractor, our employees were trained only in, and authorised to use, Home Office-approved techniques...G4S Ordnance Management supports humanitarian and reconstruction programmes with bomb disposal, the removal of landmines and unexploded ordnance. Across all of our operations, we are committed to maintaining the highest ethical standards and affirm our commitment to the tenets of the G4S Code of Ethics.
This is a response from the following companies: G4S