SOURCE: Homeland Security Corporation
WRIGHTWOOD, CA--(Marketwired - Feb 5, 2014) - Homeland Security Corporation (PINKSHEETS: HSCC) has announced the formation of a separate Marijuana Compliance Division to take advantage of the growing Medical, Recreational and Hemp marijuana markets. The division (HSC SURVEILLANCE) will provide complete solutions for MJ/MMJ/Hemp facilities with security, surveillance and compliance as the focus. The new division will be headed by Mr. Gary Williams. Mr. Williams brings several years of on the ground experience in dealing with designing and implementing security equipment, floor plans, access control and video monitoring systems in accordance with State compliance laws.
Gary Williams of HSC Surveillance said, "Our target customers will be (current and newly formed) legally operating organizations in Colorado, Washington, Illinois, Nevada, and Canada as well as any new states who adopt marijuana initiatives and wish to fully comply with the adopted regulations. In order to achieve our goals, HSC Surveillance has established 'Alliances' with leaders and companies in their respective ancillary skill sets and service fields. These Alliances will provide a forum to share new products and ideas to the industry as well as cross promote all Alliance members."
David Shade, CEO of Homeland Security Corporation, said, "HSC will provide support for this new division and its Alliance members with the current and expanding product base of security cameras, video recorders, monitors, access control and legal compliance expertise. We want to make clear that our focus is to secure these facilities, their owners and employees, as well as their assets and to create a 'Safe and Compliant' environment for these facilities to operate under."
Included in this release are certain "forward-looking" statements, involving risks and uncertainties, which are covered by the safe harbor provisions of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995, along with statements regarding Homeland's performance. Such statements are based on management's current expectations and are subject to certain factors, risks and uncertainties that may cause actual results, events and performance to differ materially from those anticipated.