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Foot Patrol Services and Training

Inhouse Security Service personnel are fully trained and screened to maintain a secure environment for your company and your employees. Our physical security services are trained to fully integrate with your security needs, to provide the maximum protection for your workers and assets.

Our officers are selected for their professional demeanor, attitude and ability. All officers undergo a Department of Justice comprehensive background screening, criminal record and fingerprint checks. Our extensive training involves theoretical and practical courses including security planning, security and law, public relations, terrorism awareness, fire prevention and public decorum. Inhouse Security Service officers are prepared to politely handle and diffuse delicate situations, while taking a proactive stance enforcing client policy.

All officer's are closely supervised and trained to keep hourly record logs and produce accurate incident reports. Inhouse Security Service Officers patrol and inspect property to protect against fire, theft, vandalism, and illegal activity. Our officers protect our client's investment, enforce laws on the property, and deter criminal activity or other problems that may arise.

They use radio and telephone communications to call for assistance from police, fire, or emergency medical services as the situation dictates. Although the majority of our security officers perform many of the same duties, specific duties vary based on whether the officer works in a "standing" security position or on a mobile patrol. Officers assigned to standing security positions usually serve the client at one location for a specific length of time.

These officers must become closely acquainted with the property and people associated with it and often monitor alarms and closed- circuit TV cameras. In contrast, officers assigned to mobile patrol duty will drive or walks from location to location and conducts security checks within an assigned geographical zone.

A Security Guard Typically:

  • Patrols offices, schools, colleges, industrial sites, commercial zones, municipal locations, special events, malls, arenas, hospitals, labor disputes etc. to prevent theft or damage to property, equipment, tools, and supplies.
  • Patrols a prescribed area on an installation to check the status of locks, alarms, fences, gates, or other barriers.
  • Patrols installation perimeters to detect faulty fences and/or detection equipment, trespassing violations, and attempted thefts.
  • Controls personnel access by monitoring the identification of individuals entering controlled areas.
  • Refers persons who lack proper credentials to a control point to arrange access.
  • Performs related duties as assigned, or requested by the client.

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