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Security Services

No matter your industry, you want professional security services that meets the unique needs of your company and its culture.

At AlliedBarton, we provide value to you by understanding your needs and delivering responsive security officer services at the local level with the benefit of our national support network.

For more than 50 years, AlliedBarton has been the recognized contract security services leader, pioneering many of the security standards used to keep businesses and communities safe. No matter where we serve, we strive to be the most responsive security services firm in the industry. Services we offer include:

  • Access control
  • Vehicle patrol
  • Reception/concierge services
  • Perimeter/walking patrol
  • Bicycle/Segway/T3 patrol
  • EMT/first responder
  • Gate house services
  • Control room/CCTV monitoring

Find out more about some of AlliedBarton’s areas of specialization:

Security Resource Center
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          Patrols

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            A New Prescription for Safety

            A New Prescription for Safety

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            15000 Security Officers, 3000 Sites Protected, 215000 Training Courses Completed

            Latest Blog Post

            Engaging Contract Employees: What Role Do I Play?

            Quality security providers see great value in employee engagement. Not only is it the right thing to do, but better engaged security officers provide better service. Should engagement efforts end there? Or, does the organization contracting the services play a role?
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