Security Officers are selected and screened carefully to determine acceptability in accordance with our professional standards and security training courses requirements through the Bureau of Security and Investigative Services.
Borunda Security incorporates a training program that exceeds the regulated requirements. In-service training is available monthly to ensure all Officers are compliant with State regulations, knowledgeable in the variety of industry expansion, and enhanced professionalism.
Verbal and Non-Verbal Communication
Effective Report Writing
Response to Crimes in Progress
Crimes against Person and Property
Safety and Fire
Legal and Illegal Arrest
The Importance of Daily Activity and Incident Reports
Professional Public Relations
Response to Disturbances and Incidents
Preservation of Crime Scenes
Powers of Arrest
Use of Force and Weapons Retention
4 Hours / Varies
Weapons of Mass Destruction / Active Shooter
Continuous Training is comprised of visual, written, and oral materials by Supervisors and Instructors at monthly Skill-building workshops and In-service training sessions.
Should a deficiency in security knowledge be observed, a Supervisor will work with the Officer to improve his or her knowledge. Borunda Security Officers must complete various hours of training specific to each site.
The quality we bring to your environment begins long before you see our security officers. The Management Team has resolved to make the recruitment and training of our personnel the key to our success; in that, we conduct hiring initiatives on a regular basis.
Borunda Private Security conducts training that exceeds that of any of our competitors’ programs. The knowledge of our management team is passed on to our new employees.
The power to arrest training must be completed prior to the issuance of a Security Guard Registration (BPC Sections 7583.6 and 7583.8).
The thirty-two (32) hours of training in security officer skills must be completed within the first six (6) months of licensure.
Eight (8) hours of continuing training must be completed annually (BPC 7583.6 and CCR 643).
The training may be administered by the guard’s employing private patrol operator or by a Bureau-approved course provider.
Our uniformed security officers are trained to act as a criminal deterrent by adopting the principals of the C.P.O.P (community police offer program) methodology. Simply put, our guards are encouraged to be an approachable source of information to patrons, residents, and employees. Letting the public know that we are there for them generates a feeling of community and safety.
The placement of our security guards is what generally places Borunda Private Security in the position to confidently describe the implementation of our security officer project as authentic. Our security officers are trained to make visible foot patrols throughout their posts in undetermined patterns. We encourage our personnel to interact with your patrons and employees in addition to standing a fixed post.
Health and Safety Training
Safety training for all security guards follows the California Department of Industrial Relations and Cal-OSHA (California-Occupational Safety and Health Administration).
Responding and Reporting
Security personnel understands in the event of a breach, emergencies, etc.; they are to observe and report, contact the local authorities, contact the client immediately as specified in the post orders. A full written “Unusual Report” will be written and delivered within 24 hours of the incident.