Security Guard Services

A private security company (PSC) is a business entity which provides armed or unarmed security services and expertise to clients in the private or public sectors. Private security companies are defined by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics as companies primarily engaged in providing guard and patrol services, such as bodyguard, guard dog, parking security and security guard services. Many of them will even provide advanced special operations services if the client demands it. Examples of services provided by these companies include the prevention of unauthorized activity or entry, traffic regulation, access control, and fire and theft prevention and detection. These services can be broadly described as the protection of personnel and/or assets. It also includes other security services such as police cars, bodyguards and guard dog services, but it is a small part of the industry. During the COVID19 pandemic, some security companies have also been active in the vaccine supply chain.

The private security industry is growing rapidly. Currently, there are 2 million full-time security guards in the United States, a number expected to grow by 21% by 2020, and the security industry is projected to generate $ 100 billion in annual revenue and $ 200 in growth. I am. The United States is the world's largest consumer of civilian military and security services, and the US private security industry surged in demand in 2010. Since then, the US security industry has already grown into a $ 350 billion market. Employees of a private security company are commonly referred to as "security guards" or "security guards," depending on the law of the state or country in which they work. The security company itself is sometimes referred to as a "security company," but this is less common because it is confused with a private military company operating under another umbrella.

There are three main types of security guards working for private and public enterprises and individuals. A security guard who works under contracts with government, in-house, and private security companies. There are many more options for these three major types. Read more... 


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