Do You Need a Uniformed Security Officer for Your Property in Michigan?

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Keeping a uniformed security officer on-site is a smart way to ward off intruders and minimize vandalism. If you're looking for a team of reliable armed or unarmed officers, look no further than Total Security, LLC. We'll connect you with a professional uniformed security officer to patrol your building on a month-to-month basis. Our fire watch uniformed security ensures your property, and your employees are safe.

Keep your building in Grand Ledge, Grand Rapids, Bangor, and the surrounding areas protected. Call now to learn more about our uniformed security services.

Who benefits from our uniformed security services?

Who benefits from our uniformed security services?

Whether you own a public space or a private company, you can benefit from investing in uniformed security services. Consider the most popular industries we service:


  • Apartment buildings
  • Retail spaces
  • Commercial properties








We'll connect you with an officer in Grand Ledge, MI that perfectly meets your needs. Simply let us know if you need uniformed security services during or after business hours.Our fire watch uniformed security officers will guard your employees, tenants, or equipment.

Trust us to protect your property in Grand Ledge, Grand Rapids, Bangor, and the surrounding Michigan areas. Visit our Contact page today. A member of our friendly staff will respond to your inquiry in a timely manner.




The presence of an uniformed officer on the premises often serves as a deterrent to potential lawbreakers.


Our uniformed officers provide monitoring services for property owners to provide a safe environment and prevent violence. A uniformed officer performs many different roles, but his primary task is to prevent crime. Our uniformed security officers work in public and private buildings, as well as retail, wholesale and industrial establishments. Below is a list of general duties our officers perform on site.

  • Patrol industrial and commercial premises to prevent and detect signs of intrusion and ensure security of doors, windows and gates.
  • Answer alarms and investigate disturbances.
  • Monitor and authorize entrance and departure of employees, visitors, and other persons. To guard against theft and maintain security of premises.
  • Write reports of daily activities and irregularities, such as equipment or property damage, theft, presence of unauthorized persons or unusual occurrences.
  • Call police or fire department in cases of emergency, such as fire or presence of unauthorized persons.
  • Circulate among visitors, patrons and employees to preserve order and protect property.
  • If tasked, answer telephone calls to take messages, answer questions, and provide information during non-business hours or when switchboard is closed.
  • Warn persons of rule infractions or violations, and apprehend or evict violators from premises, using force when necessary
  • If tasked, operate detecting devices to screen individuals and prevent passage of prohibited articles into restricted areas.
  • Inspect and adjust security systems, equipment, and machinery to ensure operational use and to detect evidence of tampering.
  • If tasked, to transport money and valuables to prevent theft and ensure safe delivery.


There are no formal education requirements for Security Officers who do not carry firearms. We require and provide basic training for new Security Officers, and site-specific training based on our clients needs. Uniformed Security Officers must receive more thorough training, including instruction in law regarding the use of force.

Many states require guards to be licensed. Michigan is not one of them however, we have all of our Security Officers participate in continuing education as a condition of their employment. Our Security Officers are certified in first aid, crisis deterrence and self-defense. We follow the training standards established by ASIS International, a security professionals's association. These include requiring Security Officers to receive at least 48 hours of training during their first 100 days of employment and administering a written exam that test their knowledge of various security-related topics.


  • Menards
  • Christman Construction
  • Erwin Construction
  • Capital Commons Senior
  • Hurst/Olds Club of America
  • Art Prize of Grand Rapids