With law enforcement resources stretched thin handling protests and emergencies, Bay Area private security companies have become a necessity for homeowner associations
San Francisco, United States – June 16, 2020 /MarketersMedia/ —
Calls to defund the police are trending all over the U.S. and the San Francisco Bay Area is not immune to the civil unrest. As scores of protesters marched to Mayor Libby Schaaf’s Oakland home on Wednesday to demand that the city defund the police, Bay Area security guard companies are fielding more calls than they can handle to prevent looting and violence amid the protests. Zach Micheletti, CEO of Shield Corps Security in San Francisco, said, “While we cannot service every request, we are focusing on residential security services, where we can make the most impact.” Micheletti is describing his veteran-owned company’s residential security division, who currently services properties such as the Historic Mint Plaza and the San Francisco Shipyard, among others.
When asked how he plans to protect the communities from looting, Micheletti, a Marine Corps Veteran himself, stated, “We partnered with a local veteran organization to hire former military members as security officers. They are trained and experienced in dealing with hostile situations. Our security officers utilize cutting edge technology like Bosch’s Smart Security Camera System to monitor large areas for HOA’s.” With dwindling police resources, security guard services have become the front line of protection in Bay Area neighborhoods.
Shield Corps Security has the manpower to dispatch officers on demand. According to Micheletti, “Shield Corps Security was recently named the third largest Veteran Owned Business in the Bay Area by the Silicon Valley Business Journal.” While our country heals, our veterans stand ready to protect their neighborhoods.
For more information on residential security services, visit: www.shieldcorpssecurity.com
Name: Zach Micheletti
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Organization: Shield Corps Security
Address: 548 Market Street, San Francisco, California
Phone: (800) 212-2622
Release ID: 88963532