FAQ

Protective eyes watching over your premises when you're not there.

Without a reliable security patrol service your premises could be vulnerable.

Rest easy. Phoenix Security Services mobile patrol is the proactive way to protect your property when you are not there. Seven days a week, 365 days a year a trained mobile security patrol officer will intercept criminal activity before it happens.

Are alarms useful?

Alarms are very use full as a deterrent if some one tries to break into your property, Phoenix Security Services security patrol services stop wannabe offenders before they have a chance to act.

Why should I invest in a security service?

Phoenix Security Services high-visibility mobile patrol vehicles and uniformed officers are an effective deterrent saving you the expense and frustration of property crime. A simple broken window or door can cost you thousands to fix, sending your insurance through the roof. Also the inconvenience and lost work time can be even worse.

Are nightly mobile security patrol services essential to my business?

Phoenix Security Services is so much more than "just a man in a security car". I'm sure you've seen it before, sign-written security cars zooming around giving the illusion of security. But you and I both know it takes more than a quick drive-by to give real security. We provide a thorough Security Assessment which includes a full site inspection and professional security consultation with you and your management team. After listening carefully to your needs, a comprehensive proposal (including all expenses) is submitted for your approval.

What procedures does Phoenix Security Services follow?

Phoenix Security Services mobile patrol officers follow strict procedures to maximize the security presence around your property. Firstly they conduct a thorough visual inspection of your street. Then drive by slowly shining a high-powered spotlight on your property and its boundaries. The mobile patrol officer then gets out of his vehicle to conduct a thorough inspection on foot, checking the security of doors, windows, gates and other access points. Once he's confirmed everything is 'all clear' & secure the officer uses there security guard wand to scan a prearranged onsite patrol button indicating an inspection has been completed and the time the patrol officer was on site.

If you want more information you can ask for a detailed report to be emailed to you.