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    Security Guard & Patrol Service in Auburn

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    Business Listing   Fire Protection Districts King County - No 44 Mountain View Fire & Rescue- Business Of - Auburn, WA - Phone: (253) 735-0284

    Business Listing   Metrolink Security Systems - Auburn, WA - Phone: (206) 510-9441

    Business Listing   Seatronics Inc - Auburn, WA - Phone: (253) 939-6060

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    Helpful Definition for: Security Guard & Patrol Service

    A person who is paid to protect property, assets or people is known as a security guard or security officer. Security guards, in Auburn, are usually privately and formally employed personnel who protect property and deter illegal and inappropriate actions, by observing for signs of crime and then taking action or by reporting to their client and emergency services as appropriate.

    A patrol is a group of personnel, such as police officers or soldiers that are assigned to monitor a specific geographic area. In places like Auburn small groups or individual units are deployed from a larger formation, to achieve a specific objective and then return. The tactic of patrolling may be applied to ground troops, armored units, naval units, etc.

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