Massachusetts has decided to jump on the bandwagon of erecting casinos in order to try to gain revenue for the state. In addition, the pretense of creating jobs seems to be what aids in gaining popular opinion for the construction of these houses of fun. With the current state economy, the way it is and the refusal of the federal and state governments to curb their unnecessary spending it seems like allowing these types of establishments could be the only recourse when trying to employ a large amount of people.
Casinos being privately owned businesses; have to provide their own security for the property on which it stands. Local and state police have little to no jurisdiction to deal with security issues that do not fall under categories that allow them to investigate. When taking into consideration the service in which a gaming organization provides there is nothing more important than professional and competent security. When an organization doesn’t do the proper research to find themselves reputable and knowledgably-trained security the results can be disastrous. […]