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Plant and factory security requires specialized attention to detail. In addition to our already high standards of training, Security Management’s Industrial Security Officers are also fully prepared to handle any safety issues that may arise while on duty.View Our Services The SM Advantage
Enhanced security at educational facilities can require a special measure of sensitivity. Security Management’s Campus Officers are specifically trained to be reliable sources of trust and peace of mind for students, parents and staff, from elementary to college level institutions.View Our Services The SM Advantage
Hospitals and other healthcare facilities often need extra security due to the constant flow of people through the doors. Our officers will protect your halls from all manner of criminal activity, while remaining sensitive to the needs of your patients and staff.View Our Services The SM Advantage
Today’s restless political climates can unfortunately mean new risks for government employees and campuses. Security Management maintains a GSA Certification. Alert and highly trained security personnel will assure the safety of those who serve in state and federal capacities.View Our Services The SM Advantage
Clients come to high-end resorts to celebrate, confer with colleagues, or just to escape the stress of everyday life. The last thing they want is to worry about safety and crime. Security Management’s watchful officers are a comforting sight for your guests.View Our Services The SM Advantage
Security Management is proud to feature one of its employees who is making a difference every day in the lives of those she serves. Read what our happy client has to say about her: "Captain Coleman stands guard over Heathwood’s front entrance, making sure nobody gets on campus who doesn’t have a reason to be here—and making sure that everybody who does get on campus arrives with a smile on their faces. She’s guarded the gate for eight years. Her nametag might read, “Captain Coleman,” but to the Heathwood community, she’s “Miss Kitty.”...