Security Guard Services in Austin

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Need to hire a Security Officer in Austin?

Contact Nationwide Investigations & Security, Inc.

Nationwide Investigations & Security, Inc. provides security services with professionalism, discretion, and is considered by our clients to be one of the best and most reliable security guard companies in Austin & Central Texas.

With large numbers of security operations downtown and music festivals in Austin under our belts, we’ve earned a strong reputation as a go-to security guard company in Austin. If you’re looking for options to monitor your property and guests while providing immediate security response conditions and an augmentation to local law enforcement’s public safety and crime prevention efforts, call Nationwide Investigations & Security Inc. at 512-910-7631.

Trained Guards. Professional Response.

Security guard companies in Austin & Travis County, TXWe provide trained and armed security officers in Austin in addition to traditional, uniformed, unarmed security guards. Our guards are also capable of carrying out fire-watch and fireguard duties and securing large events. If you own or operate a small retail establishment or need to guarantee security for a large event like a concert or convention, we’re ready to service the matter.

We also have guards that have multiple years of experience providing office building security, periodic patrols and security checks, camera system monitoring, late-night parking lot escorts, and “hot work” construction sites.

If you need to talk with one of our experienced security agents about developing a comprehensive security package customized for your needs, let us know. We’re also ready to mobilize if you need short-notice, emergency security guard services. The phone number to call our office is 512-910-7631.

Austin Security Guard Service Overview

Service Overview

  • Security for Wooded Areas & Farmland
  • Office Tower Patrols & Access Security Guards
  • Parking Garage & Parking Lot Security Officers
  • Concert, Music Festival, and Special Event Security
  • Construction Site & Industrial Equipment Defense
  • Redirect & Address Stalkers & Deter Criminal Activity
  • Fire prevention & Detection
  • Austin VIP & Bodyguard Services are Available
  • Office Park, Warehouse, and Inventory Defense
  • Anti-School Shooter Security & Active-Shooter Defense
  • Armed & Unarmed Security Guards

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If you need to hire a security officer in Austin, TX immediately, Nationwide Investigations & Security, Inc. is ready to respond. We’re one of the few security guard companies in Austin that provides emergency services. For more information, call us at 512-910-7631.

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Nationwide Investigations & Security, Inc.
417 E 6th St, Austin, TX 78701
Phone: 512-910-7631
Email: support@ntwinvestigations.com

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Nationwide Investigations & Security, Inc. provides security guard and patrol services to the Austin & Central Texas region. If services are needed in Dripping Springs, Round Rock, Georgetown, Cedar Park, Kyle, Elgin, Bastrop, San Marcos or any nearby areas, you call on us. We’re among the few security guard companies in Austin that provides security & patrol services to the entire central Texas region. If you need to reach us, call 512-910-7631 at any time.

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