Managing Security Today – August 2015 Issue

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Keith Oakley with Governor Abbott

Keith Oakley with Governor Abbott

84th Legislative Session ends.  ASSIST won many legislative battles, and lost a few, but overall it was a good session for the private security industry. ASSIST 84th Session Summary Continue Reading →

New Member Benefit!

ASSIST now has a dedicated helpline for answering questions related to the regulatory body that overseas the security industry, Private Security Board (PSB) at the Department of Public ... Continue Reading →

April 7 Luncheon Event

Carl Weeks, Government Relations for Texas Department of Public Safety and Keith Oakley, Lobbyist for ASSIST spoke to members of ASSIST at the Legislative Luncheon on April 7, 2015. Tim ... Continue Reading →

ASSIST & Board Members talk with State Representatives

ASSIST Members and Board Members at the Capitol of Texas on April 7, 2015 to talk with State Representatives. Robert Azar, Mike McGregor, Denise Nicholson, Pete LaBonte, Walt Roberts ... Continue Reading →

2015 Legislative Walk the Halls Day

Charles Kellis, Executive V.P. of ASSIST waits to visit Senator Donna Campbell in her office at the Capitol. (April 7, 2015, ASSIST Legislative Walk the Halls Day). Continue Reading →

Managing Security Today – March Issue

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September 2014 Managing Security Today Magazine

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Walt Roberts
President of ASSIST
August 2014

President of ASSIST Provides Testimony to House Committee on Homeland Security

August 5, 2014 Contact: Walt Roberts, 214-766-1801 News Release AUSTIN—The President of Texas’ largest private security association, Walt Roberts, today said that Texas private ... Continue Reading →

News Release: ASSIST Urges Target Stores to Allow Weapons

AUSTIN – The president of Texas’ largest private security association, Walt Roberts, today said that in his opinion if citizens should to be allowed to carry guns into any ... Continue Reading →