Bank Security Service in Sacramento & Northern California
Today’s financial institutions require a strong security presence due to the high risk of robbery and theft. Protecting these facilities requires the highest standards of training and knowledge. Consolidated Protective Services provides experienced and fully trained armed and unarmed security guards for bank security, as well as any other type of financial institution.
Because a bank security guard is often the first and last person your customers see at your business, we emphasize professional appearance and personable interaction, in addition to relentless vigilance. Security services for a bank is designed to protect customers, but the presence of a guard is an effective option for crime prevention.
Criminals seek opportunities to commit crimes at locations that appear to be the easiest targets. Of the 5,014 bank robberies reported by the FBI in 2011, only 197 occurred when a uniform security guard was on duty. At Consolidated Protective Services, we train our guards to look for suspicious activity and react to potential security issues.
Professional Security Guard for Financial Institutions
The ability to observe several customers and know when to respond to a potential threat requires experience in protecting banks and institutions that regularly house a significant amount of money on site. Safeguarding money and employees requires advance planning, and we’ll help you protect your business with a security plan tailored for your institution’s needs.
Having a dedicated armed security officer on the premises not only deters criminal activity—it makes a positive impression on customers. Whether customers are making a transaction or walking to their cars, our trained security guards can help them feel confident of your business’ commitment to protecting their safety and the security of their property.
Crime is an unfortunate part of operating a bank. Don’t risk burglary or the safety of your customers. Contact us today for a free assessment of your financial institution’s security needs.