Distributed Security, Inc. is a private security company. They train individuals, businesses, churches and schools to defend life and property from violent threat. The company is the creator of distributed security networks enabling enterprises to develop distributed security bases and operate private security forces capable of defending immediate community assets.

When considering the notion of using armed employees to defend their enterprise, most owners and managers respond with the following:

  1. I don’t like guns.
  2. I don’t see the threat..
  3. That’s why we have cops.
  4. My lawyers would not allow it.
  5. You can’t train employees to do this.
  6. That’s why there are security guards.

We have found that most enterprises must go through four stages of understanding in order to comprehend the reality and necessity of a defended enterprise.

STAGE 1: Understanding the threat. It’s going to get worse. A lot worse. The first stage is understanding that violent threats to enterprise and community are going to get worse. In the recent past you could count on historical trends and statistics to help predict and deter violent threat. This is no longer the case as violent threats to local communities throughout the world are evolving rapidly and unpredictably.

STAGE 2: Understanding cops will not defend the enterprise. Cops can’t defend you.The second stage is understanding that cops won’t be there to respond as these new threats emerge. Police are not security guards and cannot provide the kind of coverage to thwart a violent attack. Government budgets are shrinking and the public distaste for increased taxation growing. Cops do not have the mandate or budget to defend individual enterprises.   

STAGE 3:  Understanding owners and managers must defend the enterprise. The third stage is realizing that owners and managers are  responsible for the defense of the enterprise. Cops, politicians, lawyers, gun regulations, liability insurance, surveillance cams, and unarmed security guards do not defend the enterprise. Enterprise owners and managers must provide for the defense of life and property via inhouse staff and/or outsourced capabilities.

STAGE 4: Understanding armed employees are the best defense. The fourth and final stage is understanding that the best defense is the one that will be there when a threat manifests. Armed, trained, and vetted employees working as a coordinated team and circulating throughout the enterprise provide the best defense. With DSI Enterprise Offerings you can recruit and deploy a private security force for a fraction of the cost of outsourced options while maintaining total control over this most vital strength.

Enterprises who control their defense are truly defended. Outsourcing to third-parties or assuming law enforcement will respond in time leads to vulnerability and uncertainty. Take control. Move from defenseless to defended. Click here to download our Enterprise Offering brochure.

 

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DSI is at the forefront of creating solutions and packages for enterprises anxious to move from defenseless to defended.

Whether you're a Brooklyn bodega, a Detroit manufacturer, a Chicago professional services firm or a suburban mixed-use development we have the resources you need to become the defended enterprise. 

  1. ENTERPRISE MEMBERSHIPS. For small enterprises and organizations that want to take the first steps towards developing a their own security team.
  2. CCW CARRIERS: For any size organization, this option trains employees to safely and effectively carry concealed weapons on site. 
  3. INDIVIDUAL OPERATORS. For any size enterprise that wants to train a small cadre of employees to defend against a violent attack.
  4. TEAM OPERATORS. For medium to large enterprises that want SWAT competent teams capable of coordinated response to violent threats.
  5. OPERATOR - COMMANDER. For larger enterprises that want to train both commanders and SWAT competent teams capable of coordinated response to enterprise and community threat.
  6. DISTRIBUTED SECURITY BASE. For larger enterprises that want to develop and operate their own private security force including infrastructure, training, provisioning, and outsourcing.