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Residential Communities

Areas of Expertise

Specialized Training

Making residents feel well cared for is a goal of our skilled courtesy officers. Our training programs for security officers at residential facilities includes:
  • Customer Service
  • Manners and Etiquette
  • Fire Safety Officer Training
  • Emergency Preparedness
  • Evacuation Procedures
  • Residential Security Basics
  • Effective Patrolling Techniques
  • Special Residential Populations
  • On-Site Procedural Training

Why Choose AlliedBarton for Your Residential Community?

  • Unique School of Residential Security Training Program
  • “Customer Service Officers” Who Are Trained in Manners and Etiquette
  • Professional Attire, Appearance and Presentation at All Times
  • Experienced Management and Residential Security Best Practice Leaders
  • Depth of Residential Security and Safety Knowledge
  • Cost Savings / Value-Added Services
  • Technology and Solutions
  • Emergency Preparedness and Planning
  • Quality Recruiting / Background Screening Process
  • Industry Leading Employee Retention Rate
  • Proven and Responsive Account Management Model
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Andrew Daniels

Andrew Daniels

Vice President, Residential

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