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Below is a list of businesses which provide Security Systems services. If you do not see your business in the list, you can submit it for addition to this list. Adding your business will feature your listing above Standard listings.
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Business Listing   Act Now Alarm Services Inc - Clinton Township, MI - Phone: 1 (586) 792-2222


Business Listing   All Professional Security Inc - Clinton Township, MI - Phone: 1 (586) 791-5416


Business Listing   City Alarm CO - Clinton Township, MI - Phone: 1 (586) 469-3400


Business Listing   Continental Act Now Alarm - Clinton Township, MI - Phone: 1 (586) 464-0402


Business Listing   Defender Security Inc - Clinton Township, MI - Phone: 1 (586) 286-1840


Business Listing   Emergency Locksmith Services - Clinton Township, MI - Phone: 1 (586) 296-6606


Business Listing   Foxy-Pro Alarm CO - Clinton Township, MI - Phone: 1 (586) 286-0936


Business Listing   Hi-Tech Vinyl Graphics - Clinton Township, MI - Phone: 1 (586) 790-4860


Business Listing   Incident Command Technologies Inc - Clinton Township, MI - Phone: 1 (586) 790-2600


Business Listing   Lakeside Locksmith Inc - Clinton Township, MI - Phone: 1 (586) 783-7300


Business Listing   Liberty Fire Protection - Clinton Township, MI - Phone: 1 (586) 228-6450


Business Listing   Liberty Locksmith - Clinton Township, MI - Phone: 1 (586) 294-1873


Business Listing   Northpointe Investigations Inc - Clinton Township, MI - Phone: 1 (586) 465-1264


Business Listing   ON-X International - Clinton Township, MI - Phone: 1 (586) 465-9130


Business Listing   Premier Electronics Sales & Service - Clinton Township, MI - Phone: 1 (586) 790-0600


Business Listing   Pressure Vessel Testing - Clinton Township, MI - Phone: 1 (586) 791-3111


Business Listing   Service Security Systems - Clinton Township, MI - Phone: 1 (586) 791-8600


Business Listing   Service Security Systems Inc - Clinton Township, MI - Phone: 1 (586) 791-3980


Business Listing   Sherlock Investigations - Clinton Township, MI - Phone: 1 (810) 226-3040


Business Listing   Shores Lock & Key - Clinton Township, MI - Phone: 1 (586) 415-9805


Business Listing   Sound Security - Clinton Township, MI - Phone: 1 (586) 776-8600


Business Listing   Sound Security Inc - Clinton Township, MI - Phone: 1 (586) 790-8600


Business Listing   Systematic Fire Protection - Clinton Township, MI - Phone: 1 (586) 791-7890


Business Listing   Xtreme Audio - Clinton Township, MI - Phone: 1 (586) 791-2666


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Helpful Definition for: Security Systems

The term 'Security' refers to the protection against danger, damage, loss and criminal activity. In Clinton Township, Security Services are provided by security firms and proprietary security departments that practice the “detect, deter, observe and report" methodology. Security officers are not required to make arrests, but have the authority to make a citizen's arrest, or act as an agent of law enforcement at the request of a police officer, sheriff, and others. A security officer’s primary duty is the prevention and deterrence of crime. Security officers are often trained to perform arrest and control procedures like handcuffing and restraints, operate emergency equipment, perform first aid, etc.

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