Power Security Officers are always helpful, approachable and professional.
Some school Districts choose to include security officers in their overall security plan as an additional layer of security. We want to be the additional eyes, ears, hands and able-bodied security team to assist you in your responsibility for the well-being of children and protection of school sites and property. Extra precautions are taken by all security personnel to be constantly aware of their surroundings and if students are in the immediate area to use care, respect and discretion.
Power Security Group(PSG)is at the top of the class with our “hands on” management team and highly recommended security personnel, together we bring a strong team with 20 years’ experience in the security industry. We are exceptional in our professionalism and eager to recommend solutions to problems and are effective in results on-site.
We maintain positive collaborative relationships with School Districts, faculty staff, parents, public and their communities, including local law enforcement, fire and paramedics.
We have extensive experience working with School Districts, and have several active contracts providing security services to various school districts. We provide protection from internal/external threats of violence, building access control, and outside grounds patrol.
Becoming a Security Officer usually means that you have an affinity for keeping the peace and a love of order. These are two important qualities however, among the many roles that a security officer must play in order to do their job well, playing the role of a teacher, is very important.
PSG security officers use every opportunity to teach students about personal safety, tolerance, and personal excellence. They make sure that every conversation is full of positive words and encouragement because the best role model is also the best teacher.
Our team of School Security Officers are trained to handle emergency situations and evacuation procedures, maintain strong communications with Principals, Faculty Staff, Students and Parents. During high school football games or other sporting events they ensure Sportsmanlike conduct at all times, possess verbal de-escalation skills and always present a command appearance.
With the passage of SB 1626, state law requires security guards in K-12 districts or California community college districts to complete a course of training developed by the Bureau of Security and Investigative Services in consultation with the Commission on Peace Officers Standards and Training (POST). The law effects guards working on school property for more than 20 hours per week. Any security officer that we assign to protect school districts and their property locations, have a Certificate of Completion for School Security Guard. All training is done at our on-site state licensed training academy. 3-day training/24 hours and some of the topics covered are: