This is the chief executive.
Executive Vice President/ Administration
This executive is in charge of all administrative divisions.
Executive Vice President/ Operations
This executive is in charge of all operation divisions, including patrol and central station.
Vice President/ Finance
This executive is in charge of all financial matters pertaining to the company.
Vice President/ Support Services
This executive is responsible for maintaining a program of monitoring continuous quality improvement.
This is the commander of the entire uniform vision. The patrol commander is responsible for the day to day operation of all contract sites. Holds hearings, administers discipline up to and including terminations.
Central Station Manager
This manager is in charge of the day to day operations of CCR.
Assistant Patrol Commander
In absence of the Patrol Commander, the assistant patrol commander will be in charge of the patrol division.
Project managers are usually assigned to large sites and answer to the executive vice president of operations. Project Managers are also the liaison between client and the company and ensure that all post instructions and requirements are completed.
Watch commanders usually carry the rank of Major. When the patrol commanders or the assistant patrol commander is not on duty, the watch commander will assume their responsibility.
Assistant Watch Commander
Assistant Watch Commander usually carry the rank of Captains or Lieutenants. When the watch commander is not on duty, the assistant watch commander will assume their responsibilities.
Captains are usually field supervisors and are responsible for sectors. They will give on the job training and conduct post inspections.
Responsible for scheduling the guards and ensure that there are back ups in cases of emergency.
Lieutenant are junior field supervisors and shall also be assigned sectors, will conduct alarm responses, patrol hits, and stand posts when required.
Sergeant are senior Security Officers and are in line for Lieutenant positions.
Corporals are security officers with at least 6 months of service.
- It is the management’s job to deliver guards that are on-time, in uniform, well-groomed, trained and supervised to the client’s posts.
- All physical security to all on site customers is delivered.
- Ensure that all posts are covered; provide individual instructions for each post; keep track of attendance and training.
- Provide quality service without passing on the cost to our clients.
- Operations rotate guards on each post every 90 days.
- It helps prevent job burnout by providing them with a new stimulating environment to be in. This helps keep a high motivation to do a good job at each post.
- It helps prevent guards from falling into routines and doing repetitive tasks without a second thought.
- Last but not least, it helps guards expand different skills among various posts
- We hire guards from diverse backgrounds to accommodate our client’s needs for a multilingual presence.
- Also, we are an equal employment opportunity employer who do not discriminate against race, religion, sex, disabilities or sexual orientation.
Security Guard Supervisor
- Control and supervise conditions between security officers , store managers and store staff.
- Monitors staff by patrolling with them by auto or foot.
- Responsible for monitoring electronic surveillance equipment.
- Teaches and enforces safety regulations at the post.
- Performs all duties of security guard.
- Available 24/7
- Record and maintain files of expenses, work services performed, inventory, client requests, and other information.
- Responsible for overseeing all communications.
- Prepare daily work and run schedules.
- Monitor personnel and equipment.
- Advise about traffic problems like accidents, construction or other hazards.
- We provide on site training for our guards to be familiar with virtually every situation they are likely to encounter on any post assignment.
- During training, they are given study materials and tested on how they would react to circumstances based upon what they have learned.
- Some of the materials covered in guard training are:
- Effective evacuation plans
- Controlling for occupational hazards
- Preventing violence and controlling violence
- Controlling and directing traffic
- We teach the guards that it is absolutely important to be in control of their emotions in order to make accurate observations and responding appropriately in cases of emergencies.
- We encourage them to be more proactive about preventative measures and communicate possible hazards to the client .
- Guards are taught adequate self defense.
What does the Operations care about?
- Our client’s interests always come first.
- We take great pride in the professional quality of our work.
- We train our employees by industry regulations and also train them to make the right decisions.
- We make an unusual effort to identify and recruit the best person for every job.
- Serve as the eyes and the ears of the client.
- Patrol premises to prevent and detect signs of intrusion.
- Serve as a visual and physical deterrent to crime and partner with law enforcement in cases of emergency.
- Answer alarms and investigate disturbances.
- Monitor and authorize entrance and departure of employees, visitors, and others to guard against theft.
- Write reports of daily activities and incidents.