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Security Services in Denver: The Basics Still Apply

A lot has changed since the company's creation in 1994, but Spear Security Inc. succeeds by following proven methods that continue to work, year after year

DENVER, March 28, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- It's been roughly 21 years the Denver security guard company that became Spear Security Inc. was founded. In that time, Colorado and the United States as a whole has undergone innumerable changes. Even so, the company's approach to providing the security services Denver businesses and private residences need has remained anchored by the basics. Of course, the revolution in computer and communications technology over the last two decades has helped to improve the level of security Denver clients can expect, but the job of protecting lives and property is as old as humanity; Spear Security Inc. has proven itself as one of the very best in its field in the Denver area or anywhere else.

Make no mistake, Spear Security Inc. is a company dedicated to staying on top of all the latest innovations in electronic security and best practices. Specifically, the company deploys the very latest in communication, surveillance,  and vehicular technology to ensure that clients of all types are offered an extraordinary level of protection. Providing security for large public events, VIPs, hotels, malls, and much more, Spear Security Inc. has been acclaimed by clients for its flexibility in providing effective protection from any possible threat that can protect the safety of individuals, property, or valuable items.  

Still, Spear Security Inc. knows that it's the human side of the equation that really makes a security company great. The company is known for its emphasis on  detailed training to ensure that all its personnel understand the correct techniques for establishing and maintaining security. The firm also places a great deal of emphasis on clear communication with clients and the public to ensure that its efforts are effective, accurate, and always respectful of law abiding members of the community.

Our escorts and guards are thoughtful, highly experienced professionals who understand how to communicate with all kinds of individuals and know how to distinguish a genuine threat from a harmless interaction. It's a crucial part of the panoply of services provided by Spear Security Inc., from protecting celebrities and other high profile individuals to courtesy patrols for buildings, residential complexes, as well as educational and medical facilities.

Laws and societal standards change over time, but the basic principles practiced by Spear Security are a constant. Security services are available 24 hours-a-day, 7 days-a-week and the firm maintains an additional office in the Los Angele area. Organizations and individuals who require the services of an outstanding private security firm should contact Spear Security Inc. to arrange a free consultation. You may do so by visiting them on the web at www.spearsecuritydenver.com. The firm can also be reached on a 24/7 basis by phone at 303-298-8373.

Denver office: 2180 East 68th Avenue Denver, CO 80229
Los Angeles office: 1642 North Cahuenga Blvd. Hollywood, CA 90028
California Private Patrol Operator License #: 14860

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