Patrolling Security

The main purpose of a patrol is to maintain the security of the premises under the security guard’s duty. Preparation for a patrol should always begin with an understanding regarding the purpose of the patrol. For example, is the security guard:

  • Expected to keep intruders away?
  • Assist members of the public who appear confused or in need of assistance?
  • Check boilers and other equipment, to make sure they are still functioning safely?
  • Ensure the safety of enterprise property, prevent theft, and other events?
  • Discover fire and other emergency safety accidents and give warnings to reduce the loss of enterprise property and personnel?
  • Timely find out and stop the occurrence of public security incidents such as fights, and maintain the order of business operations?

Executive Securities Personnel Guard Patrolling Systems enhance security by tracking activities of human guards & ensuring they remain alert to their route, timings & overall duty. With a careful layout of electronic devices at different locations/checkpoints; this system demands the guards to physically visit each location & mark his transaction on the installed device. This transaction can be recorded as guard’s attendance at specific location on specific time. In some cases, the transaction can also be broadcasted real-time to any central server/location for immediate update (additional system layers may apply). Reports can be generated & verified against assigned route & timings to conclude whether the guard has been delivering his services.

Customized Guard Patrolling Systems can be designed to work on Biometrics; Fingerprint, Face recognition, Hand Geometry – where machines based on either technology are installed at checkpoints & the guard(s) have to physically mark their transaction on each machine. Data can be collected & reports generated periodically with verification against assigned route & timings. Biometric based guard patrolling systems can eliminate “buddy punching” amongst guard