Safeguard Unit Provides Security Services to Sheraton Hotel

SGI Protective Services, a subsidiary of Safeguard Security Holdings Inc., has entered into an agreement to provide security services to one of Dallas’ largest hotel chains, Sheraton Hotels.

“We are delighted to continue to expand our services with Sheraton. We have provided various types of custom security coverage for all types of clients and the services we provide for Sheraton are no exception.” said R. Michael Lagow, Safeguard CEO.

“With the recent unrest concerning terrorist threats across the U.S. to attack soft targets, our clients in this sector are concerned about security coverage for conventions and special events where you have a significant amount of guests concentrated in a convention hall or stadium and our client has one of the largest convention halls in the downtown Dallas area.”

Safeguard is a fully integrated sole-source security solutions provider offering a converged suite of physical and electronic services through its operating subsidiaries. It provides corporate, government and residential clients with a broad array of security services ranging from highly trained armed and unarmed guards, security management staffing, and security staff outsourcing, to installation and maintenance of integrated electronic security solutions, background investigations, video monitoring, and specialized consulting services as may be required to support the varying security needs of its clients.

All operations are directed from its offices in Dallas, Texas and house the following business subsidiaries: Acquient Security Consulting Inc., Premier Background Search Inc. (PBS), SGI Protective Services, SEARCHglobal Inc., Secure Concepts International Inc., SYSTEMSgroup Inc., SYSTEMSgroup Protective Services, SYSTEMSgroup Technologies and SYSTEMSgroup Global.

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