What do you know about a SLED Security Company
When you hire us as your Security Company, we are like having your local police department on your property, at your site or community. Yes, this means full authority to pull warrants and make arrests as well as use of deadly force (God forbid).
In fact, on certain properties (If submitted to SLED) we can run blue lights, write traffic tickets as well as other unlawful infractions such as loitering, trespass, disorderly conduct, etc. We can even run radar to control the speeding in your neighborhood or community if this is needed.
Choosing a Service
Our Services, Armed Patrol, On-Site Officers and Training are listed by clicking the link “Our Services”.
The “Authority” of SLED Certified Security Officers differs from one to another. To learn more about the type of Security Officer you may want at your property, click below.
What’s the difference in Security Companies you ask?
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Certified through the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division (SLED)
Fully Insured with having GL & WC
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Serving the upstate of South Carolina.
Anderson County, Greenville County, Spartanburg County, Pickens County, Oconee County, Abbeville County, Cherokee County
We service all the cities of Upstate South Carolina
Greenville, Piedmont, Anderson, Spartanburg, Mauldin, Simpsonville, Williamston, Greer, Easley, Liberty, Pickens, Pelzer, Clemson, Travelers rest, Duncan, Berea, Belton and more.
We now serve North Carolina deep into the Charlotte area and areas south working back towards South Carolina.