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Frequently Asked Questions

Here we answer some of the basic questions you may have about Guard Force Security. If you have any further questions that we may not have covered here, please feel free to contact us using the form to the right of this page and we will be glad to answer your query.

What type of security guards do you have?

We provide trained, certified, licensed and extensively screened armed and unarmed guards for commercial, industrial and residential properties.

Is Guard Force Security fully licensed?

Guard Force Security is fully licensed, insured and bonded.

How do you screen your guards?

Guard Force Security conducts a complete background check, references check, government E-verify check and drug screening for each prospective employee.

How long are your contracts for?

We do not have long term contracts; our contracts are on a month to month basis.

Do you offer short-term contracts?

Yes

Are your rates competitive?

We have cost-effective rates which do not limit the quality of service we provide.

How do you supervise your guards?

Our guards are required to check in and out with a dispatcher. In addition, our Field Supervisor conducts random checks on all the guards.

What type of uniform do your guards wear?

Each of our guards wears a black jacket and black slacks, with a white or blue, long-sleeved shirt in the winter and a white shirt in the summer.

What type of equipment do your guards carry?

Each of our guards carries a duty belt which includes a set of handcuffs, a flashlight, and a G-Force tracker. Additional equipment is supplied depending on the client’s request and the nature of the job.

Is the same guard always assigned to my account or do you rotate them?

Our operation’s policy is to assign the same guards to the same accounts, but if a client requests that we rotate the guards, we are happy to do so.

 
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