Home Owners Associations

Home OwnersKingdom tailors its services to affluent residential communities: Home Owners Associations (HOA), Property Owners Associations (P.O.A.).and Certified Property Managers.

Each community has a unique personality - location, layout, traffic flow, specialized facilities, customized bylaws, and homeowner preferences must all be considered when providing security services. Additionally, as a community matures, its needs change, and therefore, its rules and regulations evolve.

Only by initiating and maintaining a line of joint communication with board members, property management and homeowners, will a security team fulfill the evolving needs of its community. Kingdom executives work hand-in-hand with the homeowners and property managers by:

    Home Owners
  • Attending Monthly Board & Security Meetings
  • Participating in Traffic Committee Review Boards
  • Listening to Residents

Our dedication to a collaborative partnership with our communities is the reason our clients recommend us to their friends.

Access Control / Gate Officer

Kingdom contact at the gatehouse sets the tone for the resident and their guest's experience...

The first impression of your community starts with your security staff -- Professional communication and observations skills are needed to both welcome and secure entry into the community.

Kingdom utilizes in-depth training programs to keep our access team alert, efficient and friendly. Field Training Officers (FTO's) spend a minimum of 24-hours, one-on-one training new officers. To assure procedures are maintained, site supervisors monitor access control officers by daily:

  • Reviewing CCTV Replays
  • Examining Computer Entries
  • Auditing Recorded Phone Conversations s
  • Conducting Uniform Inspections

Road Patrol Officer

Home Owners Kingdom contact at the gatehouse sets the tone for the resident and their guest's experience...

Responding to medical emergencies and house alarms are the most important duties of a patrol officer. A 40-hour First Responder course coupled with constant training drills insure that patrol officers are able to respond and perform under high stress situations.

Prevention and detection are secondary functions of the Kingdom Patrol Officer. Training and constant reinforcement is again the key to performance. After their initial 24-hour one-one-one training, officers are constantly evaluated on the following procedures:

  • Identifying Suspicious Behavior
  • Securing Homes & Detecting Forced Entry
  • Monitoring Traffic Controls
  • Conducting Uniform Inspections
  • Conducting Video Traffic Stops
  • Pin-pointing Audible Alarms
  • Maintaining Sporadic Patrol Procedures

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