Command Security Corporation provides uniformed security officers and aviation security services to commercial, financial, industrial, aviation, and governmental customers throughout the United States. The company provides security services to customers through Command Security, its security division; and aviation security services through Aviation Safeguards division. Command Security provides security services to governmental, quasi-governmental and financial institutions, healthcare facilities, colleges and universities, residential communities, commercial real estate, industrial, distribution, logistics and retail customers. The company’s security services include providing armed and unarmed uniformed security personnel for access control, loss prevention, mobile patrols, traffic control, security console/system operators and fire safety directors, as well as providing personnel for reception, concierge and front desk/doorman operations. Aviation Safeguards provides aviation security and passenger assistance services to approximately 50 domestic and international airlines, airports, airport authorities and the general aviation community at approximately 9 international airports. The company’s aviation security division provides various uniformed services for domestic and international air carriers, including security for airlines, aircraft, passengers and cargo, baggage screening, wheelchair escort services, special escort services and skycap services. The company has a 20% minority investment in Ocean Protection Services LLC, which owns 100% of Ocean Protection Services, Ltd., a UK based company specializing in maritime security, risk management and risk analysis. As a licensed security company, the company’s security services division deploys security officers to protect people and property; prevent the theft of property; and deter, observe, detect and report security threats for its customers. The company conducts its security services principally by providing security officers and other personnel who are, depending on the particular customer requirements, uniformed or plain-clothed, armed or unarmed. Based on the customer requirements and/or its internal threat assessment, the company’s security officers patrol in marked vehicles with radio communications; stand duty on the customer premises at stationary posts, such as points of access, reception areas or surveillance monitors, and/or conduct foot patrols around the customer perimeter and other high-value areas. The company’s security officers respond to and report emergency situations, such as fires, natural disasters, work accidents and medical crises to the appropriate authorities. The company provides security officer services to many of its customers, 24-hours per day and 365 days per year. Its security officers are deployed to provide facility security, access control, personnel security checks, traffic and parking control and to protect against fire, theft, sabotage and safety hazards. The company also provides specialized vehicle patrol and inspection services, as well as technical products, such as access control, video monitoring and other devices through distribution arrangements. Its aviation services division provides various uniformed personnel for security including aircraft and cargo security, access control, wheelchair and passenger escorts, skycaps and baggage handlers for domestic and international air carriers. To integrate and manage its business, the company’s operations are divided into General Security, Aviation Services and National Accounts. The company has approximately 28 offices and operate directly or through subcontractors throughout the United States, including in California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, Washington, and West Virginia. The company’s security services incorporate certain management functions, including threat assessments, personnel scheduling, compensation, outfitting, equipment, training and supervision. It is responsible for preventing the interruption of security services as a consequence of illness, vacations or resignations of its security officers. Trade Market The company owns the trademark ‘Smart Tracker’ for the computer programs that it uses in dispatching and tracking small vehicles, such as carts and wheelchairs at transportation terminals. In 2015, the company also applied a word mark/service mark for CommandTrack and CommandTrack-Air, which encompasses tracking of security officers and personnel, as well as location and monitoring services for small vehicles such as carts and wheelchairs. In April 2015, the company applied for a word mark/service mark for CommandTrack and CommandTrack-Air, which encompasses tracking of security officers and personnel, as well as location and monitoring services for small vehicles, such as carts and wheelchairs. Strategy The company’s strategy involves seeking to acquire other successful security services companies. Competition The company competes with Securitas North America, G4S Secure Solutions (USA), AlliedBarton Security, and Guardsmark, LLC. History Command Security Corporation was founded in 1980. The company was incorporated in New York in 1980.
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512 Herndon Parkway
Herndon, VA 20170
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