Our Security Services

Assessment of Threats and Vulnerabilities: Determine a Risk Assessment Number (0-5) by evaluating your:

security policies and procedures 

security deficiencies and oversights

security and fire alarm system

emergency preparedness

camera placement or lack thereof

location, services provided, population served, event, and number of clients/patrons

occupant capacity limit

access points and emergency exits

current evacuation plan

door and window locks

lighting (indoor and outdoor)

lines of sight
Security Services: Licensed and insured professionals 


provide a team of security professionals 

provide armed/unarmed security guard services

provide executive and personal protection services

Spotter Services: Quality Control

having one or more trained individuals discreetly monitor daily routines and employee activities for quality assurance and loss prevention

provide a written report to venue owner on the findings of the day(s) or events

monitor the Anchored Security Professionals to ensure both quality and professional service

report to CEO of ASAC, any concerns with the service this company provides

assist in emergency response (CPR, First Aid) when needed

insure that an incident report is completed after any use of force by an Anchored Security Professional

collect incident reports at the end of the shift and turn them into the proper person at ASAC.

ASAC will file all incident reports for six (6) months and provide copies to the venue owner upon request 


Trainings: Teaching a person or company a particular skill or behavior.

train a team of your own people to become security conscious 

train how to identify suspicious behavior/activity and contraband

train how to recognize threatening and or aggressive non verbal cues and how to de-escalate them

train self protection, crowd control, physical restraint and removal techniques

train self awareness, emotional competency, and proper crisis response

train how to write and file incident reports

train how to use two way radios

train how to perform perimeter checks and identify compromised materials

train how to handle hazardous and or questionable material

train proper response to a bomb threat

train weapon disarmament and discuss the use of weapons (lethal versus nonlethal force) 

train basic First Aid and CPR, AED, and EpiPen usage


Consultation: A meeting or discussion with a professional in order to seek advice.

provide a portfolio of all completed services and Risk Assessment Number (0-5)

determine the level of security needed and make recommendations

arrange dates and times to set up and complete these recommendations

review, revise, rewrite or write policies and procedures for emergency evacuations, natural disasters, fire drills, medical emergencies, bomb threats, and active shooter drills

set up a timetable where these drills will be conducted throughout the month/year

initiate semi-annual communication, prompting you to review your facilities, policies, procedures, training, and certifications to make sure they are all up to date

assist you with developing a chain of command and an emergency contact list

evaluate your surroundings and recommend a post evacuation meeting place

propose that you use a lock box and assist you in finding the best location outside of your building. Then share the lock box location and contents with local EMS and police departments

guide you in the process of electing a crisis response team (a medical professional and a security professional must be members of this team) and a post crisis review board

help you develop a Discrete Emergency Language*

*Discrete Emergency Language: Is a language only those trained will understand and respond to.

Risk Assessment: Our assessment involves the observation and inspection of facilities, review of corporate policies, security procedures and related documents, and information obtained from interviews of selected management and or staff. Notes and photographs will be used in the course of the review. These findings are evaluated against generally accepted industry standards and best practices. National standards of care will be used as the basis for your Security Risk Assessment Number. Our assessment process will allow us to develop an understanding of your business, operating conditions, corporate culture, security risks and threats. 

While client involvement and cooperation is crucial to success, our consultants will facilitate the assessment process every step of the way. We will have a detailed portfolio of our findings and recommendations in 5-7 business days following the completion of our assessment.

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