Who We Are
To provide superior security services by always putting our clients first, maintaining clear communication; and remaining true to our core values.
What We Offer
- 24/7 On site Security
- Remote Guarding
- Personal Body Guard Services
- Armed / Unarmed Officers
- Locally Based Management Team
- Realtime Reporting / GPS
- Dedicated Patrol Vehicles
- Emergency Services - Available Within Hours
- State Licensed and Insured Officers
We are committed to the ongoing improvement of the services we provide to our clients. By investing in and developing our most important assets, our staff, we aim to achieve all our goals and exceed our clients’ expectations. Through our commitment to high standards, it is our vision to earn the trust of our clients by delivering quality security services.
Licensed Security Officers
Yes. In the state of Texas, it is a criminal offense to carry out any scope security related services without a license – this includes courtesy officers, event staff, and bouncers; if individuals are caught, they can be arrested.
Yes. In the state of Texas, it is a criminal offense to carry out any scope of service regarding security-related work without a license – this includes contracting as loss prevention officers. Hiring an unlicensed company may result in you being fined as well as the unlicensed company and possibly more.
Yes. Texas law allows a security guard who witnesses a felony offense or breach of the peace to detain the suspect until law enforcement arrives.
A Security Guard, or Security Officer, is responsible for protecting a person, organization or asset in the case of an incident. Their duties include monitoring a specific area, evicting trespassers and writing reports detailing any occurrences during their shift.
The Department of Public Safety (DPS) regulates the private security profession in Texas. DPS protects the public by conducting fingerprint-based background checks on applicants, investigating and resolving complaints, and taking disciplinary action against licensees or seeking criminal prosecution of those who perform private security services without a license.
The private security profession includes armed and unarmed security guards, personal protection officers, private investigators, alarm systems installers and monitors, armored car couriers, electronic access control device installers, and locksmiths. DPS regulates the private security profession under the authority of the Texas Occupations Code, Chapter 1702 and the related administrative rules.
To faithfully, diligently and dependably discharge their duties, and to uphold the laws, policies and procedures that protect the rights of others. To discharge their duties truthfully, accurately and prudently without interference of personal feelings, prejudices, animosities or friendships to influence their judgments.