ATLANTA– February 22, 2018 – A U.S. Security Associates (USA) Security Officer is being hailed a hero for saving the life of his colleague. Security Officer Victor Reyes, who serves as the Assistant Public Safety Director at a high-end multi-use retail center in Glendale, CA, provided the necessary emergency response measures when fellow Security Officer Andreas Hernandez suffered a medical crisis and collapsed.
ATLANTA – February 14, 2018 – U.S. Security Associates (USA) was recognized at the Training Top 125 Gala in Atlanta at the Georgia World Congress Center.
ATLANTA, Georgia – November 21, 2017 –
U.S. Security Associates (USA), the market-leading and wholly-owned American full-service safety and security company, was named for the 12th consecutive year to Training magazine’s 2018 Training Top 125 for their industry leading training development processes. The annual award recognizes USA as among the global elite in employer-sponsored training programs and identifies them as a leader in talent development across all industries.
ATLANTA, GEORGIA – October 25, 2017-
U.S. Security Associates (USA), the market-leading, wholly-owned American safety and security solutions provider, is pleased to announce the acquisition of substantially all customers and assets of Murray Guard, Inc. (MG).
ATLANTA, GEORGIA – October 10, 2017-
U.S. Security Associates (USA), the market-leading, wholly-owned American safety and security solutions provider was recognized in an award ceremony among the world’s foremost organizations for their talent and development programs at the Association for Talent Development [ATD] BEST conference in Washington, DC on October 5, 2017. This is the fourth time U.S. Security Associates has been honored with the coveted ATD BEST award and for 2017 is ranked 19th overall across all industries and additionally as the leader within the security industry for their innovative talent and development strategies.
ATLANTA, GEORGIA – October 5, 2017 –
U.S. Security Associates (USA), the market-leading, wholly-owned American security solutions provider, honored three outstanding individuals with the company’s first Hero Awards at this year’s ASIS International Annual Seminar and Exhibits (ASIS 2017). All of USA’s Associates work diligently to provide our clients better outcomes, but on occasion there are those who go far above the call for service.
ATLANTA, GEORGIA – October 5, 2017 –
Following the tragic incident in Las Vegas that senselessly left so many innocent victims dead or injured, U.S. Security Associates (USA) has produced a video outlining important personal safety steps to take in the event of an active shooter situation. “Our hearts grieve for those killed and injured, for the families affected, and for the first responders and law enforcement who cared for the injured and located the shooter,” USA President and CEO Richard L. Wyckoff said.“We hope that you find this information useful, and we encourage you to share it.” The six minute video provides a brief guideline for preparation and responses one can take to improve their personal safety.
Anyone who is confronted by an active shooter situation can protect themselves with better knowledge and situational awareness. Stay alert, pay attention to people and the changing environment, and always identify possible exit and hiding places.
U.S. Security Associates Announces Enhanced Location-based Beacon Technology to its P3 Technology Platform℠
ATLANTA, GEORGIA – Sept. 26, 2017 –
U.S. Security Associates (USA), the market leading wholly-owned American Security Solutions provider, is pleased to announce the addition of beacon technology to their next-generation P3 Technology PlatformSM. With this new capability, P3 more quickly and accurately captures precise real-time location information on officer activity and incident reports to give clients the most complete intelligence insights and awareness—even indoors where GPS reception is often poor.
Richard L. Wyckoff, President and CEO of U.S. Security Associates, commented, “Beacon technology is a major functional enhancement to ourP3 Technology PlatformSM. It provides more accurate real-time location positioning to help Security Officers Prepare. Predict. Prevent.â potential threats. Simply stated, more data is helping to drive better intelligence which enables our Officers to make more timely and informed decisions to create better outcomes for our clients.”
“We’re using beacons to support customized location-aware workflow” said U.S. Security Associates Chief Information Officer Mark Mullison. “They also improve compliance and data accuracy, because unlike a bar code which requires the Officer to scan to know that he or she was there, beacons guarantee data capture of Officers entering and leaving an area. This data makes our proprietary DataForceSM attribute model even smarter and more robust.”
Beacons are just one of the many tools that USA uses to provide better outcomes to clients. While beacons have the benefit of Bluetooth low-energy wireless technology that affords them an active life of two years, they can be combined with other tools supported by P3 such as bar codes, RFID technology and GPS to make security personnel more efficient and effective.
ATLANTA, GEORGIA – September 15, 2017 –
U.S. Security Associates, the market-leading and wholly-owned North American security solutions provider, maintained services in the face of Hurricane Irma. Security Officer Harold Russell braved the worst of Hurricane Irma for two days alone on duty.
When the Category 4 hurricane made landfall in the central Florida area, Russell was on watch for U.S. Security Associates (USA) at a client site in Deleon Springs.
ATLANTA, GEORGIA – August 29, 2017-
John McCracken, U.S. Security Associates (USA) Regional Vice President of Operations, was in his boat Monday afternoon in Houston, Texas to survey the damage of the security company’s local offices and clients. What began as a reconnaissance effort to check on the security company’s employees, local branch offices, and clients turned into a rescue mission when John saved 80 people and their pets from Hurricane Harvey’s flood waters.