American Force Private Security provides Southern California's hotels and motels with experienced guards who have a natural aptitude for delivering excellent customer service at cost-effective rates. We know that security plays a key role in providing excellent service to those traveling for business or leisure. Just as important as operations management, facility maintenance, food service and accommodations, our guards contribute to creating a professional first impression and welcoming stay.
The goal of our hospitality security guards is to safeguard your employees, guests and property, while improving the standards of operations and services in your hotel or motel. Our services include conflict resolution, guest complaint response, parking restriction enforcement, alarm response, access control, special event security, fire watch, interior and exterior surveillance, standing and mobile guards, after-hours escorts, concierge, first aid, and front reception/lobby desk guards.
By working closely with your general manager, operations manager or hotel staff, we can build a customized plan to meet the needs of your hotel's or motel's security requirements. We aim to create a safe and secure environment that allows employees to focus on their primary job responsibilities and guests to simply enjoy a worry-free stay. Our uniformed guards, who can be armed or unarmed, have all completed a rigorous security training program, and passed thorough background checks and drug screenings. We are licensed contractor, and provide 24/7 dispatch services. Call us today for a free quote.
American Force's cost-effective hospitality security services include:
- Uniformed officers
- Standing and mobile guards
- Customized security plans
- After-hours escorts
- Parking enforcement
- Lock-up and alarm
- Alarm monitoring and response
- First aid
- Fire watch
- Special event security
- 24/7 dispatch service
Cards We Accept
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