Security officer service is offered to customers 24 hours per day, 7 days per week. Customers can determine time frames for coverage as necessary.
Based on the specific needs of each customer, security officers perform many functions such as access control, private foot patrols, loss prevention and the enforcement of customer rules and regulations. Their primary mission in most cases is to deter, detect, observe and report any suspicious activities. Security officers complete daily activity reports and incident reports to communicate observations at their facility.
Security officer service is provided to a variety of customers. Our uniformed security officers will operate in a variety of modes based on customer needs. Some of these modes include on-site stationary posts and foot patrols, alarm station and access control point monitoring, and identifying fire hazards. Security officers are intended to report criminal activity and violations of customer’s rules, regulations and specified duties.
There are many circumstances that may necessitate the presence of an onsite, uniformed security officer. Some of the primary benefits and duties that onsite security personnel can provide include, but are not limited to:
- High visibility as a means of deterrence
- Locking and/or unlocking facilities at designated times
- Handling and documenting disturbances and other rules violations for property management
- Monitoring parking lots and common areas for suspicious activity
- Screening and documenting visitors and employees at entry/exit points
- Documented lighting and safety inspections
- Enforcing the parking regulations of the property
- Detailed reports that document the activity on the property
One of the greatest benefits, though, of having an onsite security officer is that the scope of the service can be tailored to meet the specific requirements and needs of your property.
Innovative Protection officers provide five key services:
The presence of a uniformed security officer provides a substantial deterrent to criminal and inappropriate activity at the location assigned.
2. Observation and Reports
A uniformed security officer observes activity, reports and criminal or inappropriate activity to the proper authority, and documents all pertinent information at the job site.
A uniformed security officer enforces safety policies, takes action against safety hazards, ensures that property safety equipment is accounted for, and takes appropriate action in the event of an emergency.
4. Protection of Persons and Property
Within the limits of local and state law, a uniformed security officer will take all responsible and necessary steps to protect persons and property, including the apprehension of suspects and the use of deadly force when necessary.
5. Customized Services
Innovative Protection will customize guard orders for your location to include duties such as locking doors at a certain time, checking visitors and vehicles, searching vehicles, and any other security related activity.