50 % Singapore private security firms score poorly in audit

Almost half of the private security firms in Singapore performed poorly in an annual audit carried out by the police. Of the 242 firms assessed, about 47 per cent were awarded the lowest grades of C and D. The results were, however, a slight improvement from the 50 per cent given the same grades in last year’s audit.
Getting a C grade indicates a firm’s performance was only satisfactory; a D means it was unsatisfactory. This year, about 17 per cent of the firms were awarded an A or “excellent” grade, while 36 per cent got a B or “good” grade.

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