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Security companies have been undergoing restructuring for many years. The so-called restructuring is to privatize security companies so that they can be separated from the control of traditional public security organs. The reason for restructuring is mainly because of the big problems of the original system.
First of all, the integration of management and operation neglects the role of market allocation, resulting in contradictions between the market demand and management of the security industry. Without supervision, the market order of the security industry will be chaotic. Many public security organs regard security companies as their internal organs and are led by the Public Security Bureau. In addition, due to administrative intervention, many often promising businesses are stranded in their research, resulting in the loss of opportunities.
Secondly, the public security organs collect a large amount of funds from security companies every year, which makes it difficult for the company to sustain development, making the treatment of security personnel can not be improved, seriously restricting the development of security companies.
Thirdly, in the past, many security companies used to use their houses and vehicles as public security organs, without formal property rights procedures, which is not conducive to the long-term development of the company. If the relationship between the two parties is broken, the public security organs took away the house, then the security company instantly nothing.
Fourthly, the legal representative of many security companies is the on-the-job policeman of the public security organs, which is not conducive to the realization of independent accounting in the true sense of the enterprise. On the other hand, they also fully grasp their personal rights and economic interests in the hands of the public security organs, greatly hampering the innovation of the security companies.
Fifth, the monopoly of security companies has led to the lack of management of the security forces and the neglect of market economic laws. Many security personnel have the idea of loafing around, and the legitimacy of their members is not guaranteed. They are unable to safeguard the interests of the people and may even cause harm to society.
Considering the above reasons, it is imperative to reform the security company system. Only by carrying out the reform can the security industry develop.