Over 100 Years

COMBINED EXPERIENCE

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USTASC Security Operations

USTASC security officers’ primary duty is the prevention and deterrence of crime, and to protect property and clients’ assets (people, money, etc.) by utilizing preventative measures. USTASC security personnel enforce company rules and site policies and procedures, can act to protect lives and property, and often have a contractual obligation to provide these actions.  In addition to basic deterrence, USTASC security officers are trained to perform specialized tasks such as baton, handcuffing and restraints, operate emergency equipment, perform first aid, CPR, take accurate notes, write detailed reports, and perform other tasks as required by the client they are serving.  Services include, but not limited to, vehicle patrol, security in dormitories, security at special events, and parking lot patrol.

 

USTASC security officers’ primary duty is the prevention and deterrence of crime, and to protect property and clients’ assets (people, money, etc.) by utilizing preventative measures. USTASC security personnel enforce company rules and site policies and procedures, can act to protect lives and property, and often have a contractual obligation to provide these actions.  In addition to basic deterrence, USTASC security officers are trained to perform specialized tasks such as baton, handcuffing and restraints, operate emergency equipment, perform first aid, CPR, take accurate notes, write detailed reports, and perform other tasks as required by the client they are serving.  Services include, but not limited to, vehicle patrol, security in dormitories, security at special events, and parking lot patrol.

 

Due to elevated threats of terrorism, USTASC officers are also trained to perform specialized tasks such as bomb-threats and/or emergency crisis training (tactical team), especially those located in soft targeted areas such as shopping malls, schools, and any other areas where the general public congregate, and the tactical team officers are ready to be deployed at any time to handle such crises as riots.

 

USTASC security personnel are trained to notice and report fires to local fire departments before a total loss occurs, theft, employee misconduct and safety rule violations, property damage, or sabotage.  Security Personnel perform access control at building entrances and vehicle gates; meaning, they ensure that employees and visitors display proper passes or identification before entering the facility.

 

USTASC Security are called upon to respond to potential hazards (such as broken lights or doors, disturbances, lost persons, minor injuries, etc) and to assist in serious emergencies (medicals, fires, crime, etc) by securing the scene to prevent further loss or damage, summoning emergency responders to the incident, helping to redirect foot traffic to safe locations, and by documenting what happened on an incident report to give the client an idea of how to prevent similar situations from occurring.