CT security issues


Gun Group Files Emergency Motion Against Lamont In Federal Court (Article)

The Connecticut Citizens Defense League has filed an emergency motion in Federal Court seeking an immediate status conference in its lawsuit against Gov. Ned Lamont and Department of Emergency Services and Public Protection Commissioner James Rovella. The Southbury-based gun advocacy group first filed their suit two months into the pandemic. State law requires that local […]


Do You Need a CT Guard Card to Obtain a CT Blue Card?

Security guards work in a variety of industries with a variety of job requirements and functions. Many people seek a career in armed security but the process to obtaining a Blue Card, the required permit for an armed security officer, isn’t always as clear. A common inquiry that LJB Security receives is: “How do I […]


New LJB Article on the “Knockout Game”

LJB’s concern with security issues goes beyond the private security industry and includes state- and nation-wide crime trends, safety, weapons and more. Our latest security-related article has to do with the nationwide emergence of the “knockout game,” where gangs of teens allegedly roam cities and attack random people. “Wilding,” i.e. attacks on passersby committed by […]

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Our Article on Hold-Down Policing at New Haven Clubs

We have recently written an article on content distribution service EzineArticles that briefly explains the practice of “hold-down” policing in New Haven, its cancellation in 2010 and attempts to revive the program. The practice originally involved a policing arrangement between the city and resident businesses (notably night-life establishments, though rental companies that own property in […]