Friday, September 11, 2009


AREA 1 OF THE CEBU PROVINCIAL Government is now safely gripped in the hands of Tactical Security and Detective Agency, Inc. after assuming their task on April 1, 2009. Operations on the Cebu Provincial Capitol, the Cebu South Bus Terminal, the new Cebu Provincial Detention and Rehabilitation Center, the Cebu International Convention Center and other peripheral areas went on smoothly as it is ably steered by the new professionals in the security industry today.

Periodic troop information and education as well as the constant monitoring and inspection of all security personnel, equipment and security procedures were conducted and implemented on all big detachments and single posts. On-time release of salaries and prompt action of requests, personal and work-related, have motivated all security guards to perform well and placed them in a state of high morale and a pride of belongingness with an agency who knows how to take care of them.

It could not have been possible were it not for the dedication and hard work done by the current crop of security officers and office staff who made extensive effort to accommodate every concern of each security guard and to the areas where they are assigned. Tactical Security's two telephone lines and eight cell phones under the Sun network have been ringing regularly accommodating such requests. Also, the “Big 4” have been giving extra support and motivation to the former when crunch time came.

Elsewhere in other fields, Tactical Security were able to assume its brand of security service last June 1, 2009 to the Philippine Amusement Gaming Corporation (PAGCOR) in Lapulapu City, to include its satellite casino inside Dakak Beach Resort in Dapitan City, Zamboanga del Norte; and deployed twenty-seven (27) male and female security guards, eight (8) assorted firearms, five (5) UHF radios and other security equipment.

Tactical Security were also able to snare another rich trophy in taking the security functions of the prestigious Sacred Heart School-Jesuit, located in Canduman, Mandaue City, into its area of expanding responsibility. Nineteen (19) security guards, nine (9) pistols and revolvers and five (5) UHF radios were deployed and used during the takeover on June 16, 2009. Security officers voluntarily patrolled all access roads every day directing traffic and gave support effectively to the guards manning their posts.

But the biggest buzz came with the awarding of Area 2 of the Cebu Provincial Government to Tactical Security after a competitor fell short of its contract to provide an able security service to all its province-wide operations and properties. On July 1, 2009, Tactical Security absorbed all the security operations of Cebu Province's district hospitals starting from the north down to the south and in the islands of Bantayan and Camotes.

Besides that, Tactical Security assumed control also of all province-owned lots in Cebu City, Minglanilla, Naga and in Malapascua Island plus the governor's patrol boat currently moored in Olango Island. A total of one hundred and nine (109) security guards were added to the troop strength of Tactical Security wherein twenty-seven (27) revolvers and nine (9) shotguns were issued.

Tactical Security have never been in a position before in it's history wherein it rode the helm of the tiger's back. This year is a banner year for Tactical Security. A time of good bounty from its marketing hunt backed up by unquestionable service and able control of its existence. It had sparked great pride among its ranks. It had spawned a yearning to reach the plateau of excellence. It had given impetus to be a top-notch security agency worthy of its name. Tactical Security does all things for your security needs.

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