Brian Lambert US Bank Stadium security is still not getting a passing grade. Says Rochelle Olson in the Strib: “A legislative hearing on security contracts at U.S. Bank Stadium got rough Thursday when the operator of the $1.1 billion building didn’t know whether security officers were required to have photographs on their identification badges. … The panel was holding a special hearing on security in the 14-month-old building because Monterrey Security was recently fired. The Chicago-based firm lost its license to do business in the state … based on deficient training and background checks, sloppy record-keeping, possible overbilling and misleading statements … .”Stribber Jeremy Olson files a piece on an HCMC researcher looking into...
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US Bank Stadium security comes under more fire