Central Protection Services

  • Partner with Montana First Nation
  • Member of Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business (CCAB)

Best Security Companies in Edmonton, Alberta

Central Protection Services is one of the best security companies in Edmonton, Alberta. We are using real time monitoring for our Security Guard. A guard tour patrol system is a system for logging the rounds of employees in a variety of situations such as security guards patrolling property, technicians monitoring climate-controlled environments, and correctional officers checking prisoner living areas. It helps ensure that the employee makes his or her appointed rounds at the correct intervals and can offer a record for legal or insurance reasons.

Guard Patrol Reader

The first Guard tour system were the touch readers with software. Upon further development, more working modes for the readers became available. Such as RFID and GPS. And the communication of readers and software was connected with USB cables or download stations. For USB connection, the Pogo Pin connection is very popular. Because the contacts with gold-plating are very stable and waterproof. Newer, light-weight guard touring systems utilize QR codes or barcodes rather than expensive electronic components. A mobile phone app is used to scan (take a photo) of the QR code which creates a time stamp in the system.

Guard Patrol Tags:

The reader needs to read the tags to record the information, such as the time and tag’s ID. Then upload the information to software to get the report.
  • Guard ID tags: there are touch ibuttons or RFID tags. The guard ID tags replace the name of guard.
  • Checkpoint tags: there are touch ibuttons or RFID tags. The checkpoint tags replace the checkpoints which guards need to patrol.
  • Event wallets: there are many event tags in it. And they are touch ibuttons or RFID tags. Each tag means one event thing. When the reader reads the tag, it will get the event. For example, fire, stolen, broken.
  • QR Codes:some systems use QR codes or barcodes instead of electronic tags and the associated readers. The codes are often printed on stickers which can be easily placed nearly anywhere, changed (to ensure accountability) or added to change touring routes.