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Law Enforcement Officers Security Unions (LEOSU - DC)
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Law Enforcement Officers Security Unions (LEOSU-DC) is open to both individual Law Enforcement Officers, Special Police Officers, Security Police Officers, Security Officers & Security Guards in all industries in the Washington DC Capitol Region as well as the Northeast for the purposes of mutual aid and protection as well as groups for the purposes of collective bargaining.
Need a secret agent, man? Founded in 1979 by three former US Secret Service agents, MVM provides security staffing and consulting services, primarily to US government entities. Along with security guards, MVM also offers executive protection, risk assessment, cultural training, analytical support, program management, and technical services. Its language support offerings include transcription, translation, and summarization services. The company has provided security services in Iraq during reconstruction efforts in that nation. Among MVM's customers are the Department of Justice, Internal Revenue Service, and the Department of Energy. Chairman and CEO Dario Marquez, one of the company's founders, controls MVM.
The company formed the Silver Eagle Group, a training center and indoor shooting club complete with multiple classrooms and shooting ranges, in Northern Virginia, in 2008. Billed as the largest indoor shooting range in the country, the 65,000-square-foot facility operates under the goal of helping residents, members of the military, and police officers protect themselves in schools, homes, and other environments.
In 2007 US Department of Homeland Security awarded the company a nearly $24 million contract for support of facilities in Puerto Rico.
MVM formerly worked for commercial clients as well as government agencies, but the company sold its commercial security operations in 2004 to concentrate on government contract work.