Road traffic control involves directing vehicular and pedestrian traffic around a events, construction zone, accident or other road disruption, thus ensuring the safety of emergency response teams, construction workers and the general public.
The terms “patrolling” and ”on patrol” generally refer to what officers do while not handling calls for service. While on patrol, officers may look for traffic violations, suspicious behavior, disorder, and unsafe conditions.
We require that applicants have some work and life experience. We are always looking for those that have good people skills and good old common sense.
Simply put, Security Officers "observe and report." While on duty, the Security Officer should never engage in physical contact of any kind, at any time.
We are always looking to find individuals (male or female) that want to join our team and help us continue to grow and move toward our goal of providing the highest caliber of Security Officers in Hawaii.
We prefer new hires to "not" have any contract security work experience so that we can have a clean slate and minimal differences in our security philosophy and approach.
Provide personal security to individuals, groups, and or places in Hawaii.
Inspecting locations and the removing of trespassers from private properties.
Providing oversight of commercial and private properties, events, locations, and limited access areas using marked patrol vehicles.
Parking control, controlling access, directing traffic, and flagging for private or commercial properties and events in Hawaii.
Monitoring and notifying authorities of any activity or circumstance that warrants action for private and commercial properties, and small to large events.
Monitoring and reporting on commercial and private inventories for safety and security. Incidental janitorial services may be required while patrols and conducting inventories.