Mobile Patrol


SafeGuard Security Provides Mobile Patrol 24/7 in Our Service Areas

Security Patrols offer our clients a level of security during times when their facilities are usually unoccupied or there is minimal staff available. Patrols can be designed and incorporated during our clients most vulnerable times. — When No One is There! In general random patrols are utilized to provide a deterrent level that is generally less expensive than an onsite guard; however, because of their randomness they can be effective in reducing our client’s exposure after hours. A random patrol service also offers our client’s with eyes and ears during times of extreme weather conditions, fire watch and someone watching over their facility. Our patrols can be set up to respond to alarm calls after hours and a wide range of duties that our clients may wish to have performed

All patrol vehicles are driven by an unarmed guard. In order to qualify, our guards must be CPR/First aid certified, have two years of experience in the security field, and have the appropriate mace and baton certification. Guards must have their DMV report evaluated and pass a report writing test, physical test, and a level II background check, Safeguard Security drivers are among the best trained in the industry.

Our Vehicles

Safeguard Security uses several different types of vehicles for various operations and clients needs. All vehicles are equipped with fire extinguishers, first aid kits, jumper cables, two-way radios, spotlights, and a large number of other safety equipment.

Service and Options

Safeguard Security provides layered protection with the use of a 24 hour dispatcher, mobile patrol units, and watch commanders. Our various levels of protection ensure that each officer has the back-up protection that he/she needs, and that each property is safely guarded for the specified shift.

  • Checking exterior doors, windows, entrances, and automatic gates.
  • Checking on late night employees to ensure their safety.
  • Checking for safety hazards in the property.
  • Checking for vagrants & trespassers, and removing them from the property.
  • Deterrence of criminal activity.
  • Identifying unauthorized vehicles in parking lots and having them ticketed or removed.
  • Locking and unlocking doors and entry ways at designated times.
  • Patrol Services may be combined with alarm response assistance for better protection.
  • Walking the premises in conjunction with officers’ patrol duties.