AccountabilityBecause You Deserve To Know
“Drive-through security patrols can be a waste of money if the security officer never stops or gets out of his car. Drive-through accounts rely on high visibility and therefore must spend time on property to really be effective. Some contract security agencies will overbook drive-through accounts and thereby create a schedule that is impossible for the patrol officer to maintain. Because of this, some properties might get skipped altogether or only receive a high-speed pass through their property…”
Having an accountability system that is used during service hours solves the two biggest problems of employing a patrol service:
1. Not completing the total amount of contracted patrols
2. Not spending enough time on property
Without this, you can never really be sure. We want you to be 100% sure we are doing our job. Accountability allows you to know:
-Total Number of Completed Patrols
-Exact Time of Arrival
-Exact Time of Departure; and
-Total Time on Property
These are key pieces of information that give you insight to the actual cost effectiveness of your patrol service.
Shouldn’t I Be Able To Trust My Security Company?
Yes, you should absolutely be able to trust your security company. But without a system of checks and balances, how do you really know what you’re getting? Bravo Three utilizes accountability measures such as QR Code Guard Tracking and a GPS Geofence application that come standard with every vehicle patrol.
A security officer’s report is not proof of service rendered.
Bravo Three strives to maintain itself above reproach and to achieve this, accountability is completely necessary. A security officer’s report is not proof of service rendered. Implementing a system of accountability allows for 100% transparency. Not only do you need to be sure that you are being provided a quality service, we want to be sure also! We use multiple systems to ensure you receive a quality service, GPS tracking being one of them.