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School District Services



Patrol | Campus Inspections

School Districts demand exacting security coverage. Simply showing up on a campus may be enough for other companies, however SECURTEC takes our Patrol services to another level. There are a host of items to be completed during a campus Patrol.


Documentation of specific observations can make the difference between a severe safety hazard or a secure environment. The SECURTEC Officer is well versed and trained to provide campus inspections and provide exacting services.


General campus inspections consist of several key services, such as:


> General condition of doors, windows, gates, fences

> Property damage, such as graffiti, building or sign damage> Safety hazards such as trip and fall observations

> Lighting conditions - broken, non-operational - missing lights

> Water flow issues - running, broken heads, possible leaks

> Parking area conditions - excessive trash - broken glass

> Landscape observations - holes - missing or damaged items

Complete Facility Security​

General campus inspections consist of several key services, such as:


Complete parking enforcement services to address noncompliance, from citation issue and filing with DMV processing agent to the actual delivery of completed citations to your DMV processing agent. Staff will ensure campus sign compliance with vehicle code regulations to initiate enforcement. We will  Design citations specific to your location and can provide citation printing services through one of our partners.


Response Services and Call response is a vital part of our service - including:


> Alarm Response - checking all doors and windows

> Student and staff ID checks on all false alarm conditions

> Confirmation of alarm conditions and subsequent reporting

> Observation and reporting on any call response activity

> Arrest activity reported to Police authority for disposition

Reporting Capabilities

As technology has evolved over the years, it has become apparent that the security and protection of information is critical. Old school was in-house servers - that could leak loads of information. Thankfully, there are standards now that rely on solid encryption methods and a little item referred to as a "cloud" storage and infrastructure.


Why is the "cloud" a better way to store information? Protection. Strong encryption and protected buildings with redundant power sources ensure information security.


With a solid foundation routed in the cloud, other reporting capabilities include:


 > Vehicle computer access for expedited report delivery

> Computer availability ensures District information confirmation

> History of prior contact or incident is immediately available

> Reports delivered via email at 6:30 am, every morning

> District staff can review or address issues before school hours


We invite you to contact us:


(714) 481.0181 - Ext. 2



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