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Security Systems

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Business Listing   Always Safe - Dubuque, IA - Phone: (563) 556-3684

Business Listing   Audiomobile - Dubuque, IA - Phone: (563) 582-6574

Business Listing   Ball Plumbing Heating Cooling & Sprinkler Systems - Dubuque, IA - Phone: (563) 556-0844

Business Listing   C P Pfohl Electric CO - Dubuque, IA - Phone: (563) 583-2131

Business Listing   Comelec Service - Dubuque, IA - Phone: (563) 556-6526

Business Listing   Dubuque Fire Equipment Inc - Dubuque, IA - Phone: (563) 582-6258

Business Listing   Great Sounds Audio-Video - Dubuque, IA - Phone: (563) 556-0135

Business Listing   Jaeger Hardware CO - Dubuque, IA - Phone: (563) 557-1221

Business Listing   Key West Community Fire Department - Dubuque, IA - Phone: (563) 557-9556

Business Listing   McDaniel Fire Systems - Dubuque, IA - Phone: (563) 557-2000

Business Listing   Per Mar Security Services - Dubuque, IA - Phone: (563) 556-2404

Business Listing   Security Products of Dubuque - Dubuque, IA - Phone: (563) 556-4422

Business Listing   Selco Inc - Dubuque, IA - Phone: (563) 556-2434

Business Listing   Shavers Plus - Dubuque, IA - Phone: (563) 556-4442

Business Listing   You Squared - Dubuque, IA - Phone: (563) 557-8442

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Helpful Definition for: Security Systems

The term 'Security' refers to the protection against danger, damage, loss and criminal activity. In Dubuque, 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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