Security Officers2018-03-16T15:40:44+00:00

Armed and Unarmed Security Officers

  • Contract and on-demand often with less than a 60-minute response time
  • Former military and law enforcement officers to meet the most demanding situations
  • 24×7 in-field and dispatch supervision utilizing the latest technology built upon tested standardization and operating procedures.

The role of the Security Officer has evolved far beyond that of the “Midnight Watchman” and today’s ‘Security Officers” are much more than “Security Guards” of the recent past. Unlike many other professions, rather than being replaced by technology, they have become a critical component in an organization’s complete protection plans where a “necessary human being” is required to provide the judgement, physical presence and personal communications required of an effective security prevention and response plan. The demand for Security Officers is projected, by the U.S. Department of Labor, to continue growing throughout 2018 and the following years.

With a Security Officer force that’s better screened, better trained and better managed, BDA has the ability to provide professional and effective armed and unarmed guards to meet every one of our client’s protection needs for virtually any organization and across multiple industries. From the most basic non-profit organizations, to public/private schools, to Class-A corporate spaces, to industrial and construction sites, BDA has more than 30 decades of experience providing professional and effective guarding services at every level including:

  • Concierge
  • Fire Safety Directors
  • Supervisory
  • Vehicle and foot patrols
  • Special situations including movies/television production sets and public events

Each BDA guard, regardless of ultimate assignment receives the same basic training designed to build upon their state required certification training. Our training includes:

  • Access/Egress point control
  • Vehicle and pedestrian control
  • Patrol of facilities, grounds and perimeters
  • Escort of materials and personnel
  • Property/Asset movement and removal
  • Emergency response
  • Basic law enforcement and first-responder liaison and coordination
  • Customer service
  • Dealing with disturbed people

Ultimate assignment is determined by a client’s needs and logistical factors including:

  • Nature of client’s business
  • Complexity and size of the site
  • Number of employees and tenant’s onsite
  • Number of access points
  • Value of protected assets
  • Required number of patrols

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