When it comes to deterring crime, there are few forces more powerful than visibility. By their presence alone, uniformed patrol officers can help enhance your property’s safety and reduce the risk of vandalism or theft. At Highland Security & Investigations, LLC, our agents are prepared to serve with Professionalism through Integrity while maintaining a presence on your property. Through the presence of our uniformed Agents, whether Armed or Unarmed, Highland Security & Investigations, LLC can help to:

                        -Promote a safe workplace environment

                        -Deter vandalism, theft and trespassers

                        -Provide rapid response to emergency situations

                        -Detect emergencies and fires

                        -Quickly notify local law enforcement and fire and emergency                                services

                        -Alert you to unsafe conditions, such as water leaks or power                                  outages

Highland Security & Investigations, LLC offers many varieties of patrols, including:


-Making visible rounds in a distinctive, marked car

-Touring property as well as parking decks and lots

-Driving through the property in random patterns


-Making a specified number of Patrols each Shift

-Checking the entire property, including grounds

-Checking windows, doors, locks, vehicles, loading docks, illegally parked vehicles and other locations as specified to ensure they are secure


-Riding through the property in random patterns

-Riding around the property in areas not accessible to vehicles

-Touring parking decks and lots

Because knowing how Agents are performing is important, all Agents document each patrol in a Daily Activity Report (DAR). These include written reports and activity logs when situations are as expected, and incident reports when officers detect anything out of the ordinary.

For questions or to book any of our Patrol Services, please Contact Us.

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