Uniformed Security Officers

Uniformed Security Officers

Defense Protection Group provides security officers who can fulfill a range of roles and responsibilities. Our professional security officers, patrol and inspect property to protect against fire, theft, vandalism, and illegal activity. Defense Protection Group protects our client’s investments, enforces laws on property, and serves as a form of crime prevention.

Our security officers prepare and write comprehensive reports outlining their observations and activities during their assigned shifts. They may also interview witnesses or victim, prepare case reports, and testify in court.

Specific job responsibilities also vary with the size, type, and location of the client. In department stores, our security officers protect people, records, merchandise, money, and equipment. They often work with our undercover investigators to prevent theft by customers or store employees. Some of our shopping centers and theaters security officers patrol on bicycles parking lots to deter car theft and robberies. In office buildings, banks, and clinics, security officers maintain order and protect the institution’s property, staff, and customers.

Defense Protection Group security officers work in public buildings, such as museums or public centers to protect paintings and exhibits by inspecting people and packages entering and leaving the building. In factories, laboratories, government buildings, data processing centers, and offices; security officers protect information. Moreover, Defense Protection Group, Inc. customizes post order handbooks for each assignments.

Our 24-hour roving field supervisors and emergency response team are only a small number of the services that set Defense Protection Group apart from other security companies.

Security officers must show good judgment and common sense, follow directions from supervisors, accurately testify in court, and follow company policies and guidelines. We expect all of our security officers to have a professional appearance, attitude and be able to interact with the public. Our security officers are trained to take charge and direct others in emergencies or other dangerous situations.