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The nation's private security industry has certainly changed since the September 11 terrorist attacks, but how much it has changed really depends on specific areas of security. One industry researcher notes, "In 2003, there were approximately one million security guards including airport screeners employed in the United States compared to 650,000 U. S. …… Sikhs are also mistakenly included since police are unable to detect the difference. District of Columbia, Maryland, and Virginia Advisory Committees to the U. S. military signs deals with private contractors, as it did in Iraq and is currently doing in Afghanistan. The main issue revolves around the concept of hiring 180,000 private contractors to support and in some cases substitute for U. S. service personnel in the war zone that was Iraq and is today Afghanistan. Is the hiring ethical, is it practical, and does it help the war effort?This paper reviews those issues and provides perspective from both sides of the issue using the available literature on this topic.

Studies indicate that some forms of private security services are booming, but overall, the security industry has actually declined between 1999 and 2004.

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Cooperation can reach significant proportions, as in the case of the Minneapolis Police Department's "SafeZone" program, which place private security officers downtown who now outnumber Minneapolis Police Department officers there 13 to 1.

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