There are many reasons why USPA Nationwide Security is considered a leader in the protective industry, including its platinum status with the Green Business Bureau, its zero net carbon emissions, its world class protection, and its philanthropic initiatives. An overview of the company can be found here.
USPA gives back to their community
A list of the free security services that USPA Nationwide Security provided to its customers across 16 countries in 2021 has been compiled by Dan Manning, the CEO of USPA Nationwide Security, based on the company’s year-end data. There is a division within USPA that has been operating for years, called “Kingsman”, and a large part of its workload comes from the call center that USPA operates as part of its charitable giving program. As part of its mandate, Kingsman provides assistance to families in case of missing or abused women or children, and in most cases, at no cost to them. As soon as Dan Manning joined USPA Nationwide Security, he pointed out that the money you donate is given directly to women and children who are in need.
USPA Nationwide Security locates missing children
There have been many children located and rescued by their security contractors as a result of the search that Kingsman conducted for missing children. Kingsman played an important role in the United States and abroad when it came to helping locate missing and abducted children. Kingsman operators and kidnap recovery agents played an important role in assisting, or even rescuing a number of teenagers, most of whom were girls between the ages of 12 and 16, who were trapped in dangerous situations, which included human trafficking, forced labor, and abductions of girls.
USPA operates a Witness Protection Program
It is important to point out, as well, that the operation also required the relocation of as well as witness protection for those who had been victims of violent crimes. It is Kingsman’s responsibility to ensure that families are securely relocated across state lines. USPA helped them create new identities for themselves.
USPA conducts outreach
USPA’s Kingsman has also hosted a series of talks in the USA over the course of the last few years. During the events that were packed with guests, surrounded by security contractors and consultants from Kingsman’s board of directors as well as consultants, guests were educated on the realities of trafficking. The participants were able to learn about dangers currently present in their neighborhoods, warning signs, and ways to avoid human trafficking, domestic violence, and teenage runaways, among other topics.
About the company
In 2005, USPA began operations in 50 states and in countries around the world. There are fire guard franchise offices throughout the country that operate under USPA International, the company’s parent company, and provide fire watch guard services to all 50 states as well as security guard services.