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Déjà vu: Not Walsh’s First Dance With Unlicensed Security

Editor Note: This is a supplemental report to our exclusive investigation into the use of tax money to pay an unlicensed security company with connections to a Chicago cop for private patrols in Lakeview. See our main report HERE.    Also Related  A&T Security: Suddenly NOT Security After All  Raw Info: Documents Received In Response To FOIA Request

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Cubs, Marathon Security Firm Loses License And NFL Contract In Minnesota; “Hundreds And Hundreds And Hundreds” Of Personnel Problems

A local company that provides security for Wrigley Field and the Chicago Marathon has lost its license to operate in Minnesota after an investigation found widespread hiring irregularities, inadequate training, and double-billing. Monterrey CEO Juan Gaytán outside Wrigley Field Monterrey Security’s contract to provide guards for Minneapolis’ U.S. Bank Stadium, home of the Minnesota Vikings,

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Owned By Children Of Local Cop, Unlicensed Security Firm Got $60K In Taxpayer Money To Patrol Lakeview Streets

What’s $59,075 among friends in Chicago? Records show that a suburban company received nearly $60,000 in taxpayer money entrusted to the Lakeview East Chamber of Commerce (LVECC) to provide public security patrols from December 2014 until last September. But the company that received the tax money is not licensed to contract security services in Illinois,