As experts in retail security services, we are very pleased to be attending the Jewelers’ Security Alliance 37th Annual Seminar and Expo, which is to be held March 3 – 5 in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. We work with jewelry shops of all sizes, including national retail stores with jewelry departments, and understand the unique security requirements of this business. Our retail security services for jewelry carriers include the implementation of security measures to reduce inventory loss/theft, and robbery; 24/7 security monitoring and surveillance; verified security alarm response services; armed security guards and unarmed security guards—both uniformed and corporate attired; liquidations, sales events, and other special retail events.
David Malefsky, Senior Vice President at Cambridge Security, leads Cambridge Security’s retail security services and will be representing Cambridge Security at the 2015 seminar and expo. Our security professionals are carefully selected and trained in retail security. This training includes the de-escalation of force, taking a non-violent approach using verbal skills to handle violent or potential violent situations—particularly important when dealing with the public in a retail setting like a jewelry store. They must pass background checks (criminal and credit) and drug screening tests. You will find our security officers to be professional, responsive, and courteous, understanding the nature of your business and clientele.
We have a reputation for providing security services of the highest standard at competitive prices.
To learn more about Cambridge Security—including our National Command Center staffed 24/7 and National Network, which consists of more than 3,500 police officers and 600 security affiliates nationwide—please visit our Advantages page. You will find us to be an excellent choice for all your security needs.
If you are unable to attend the Jewelers’ Security Alliance 37th Annual Seminar and Expo, but would like to know more about our retail security services for jewelry carriers, please call Dave Malefsky at 866-645-1682. For more information on the Jewelers’ Security Alliance, please visit their website at http://www.jewelerssecurity.org.