ONE OF THE LARGEST LOCALLY OWNED SECURITY SERVICE FIRMS IN THE REGION
Northeast Security protects and supports communities throughout the New England region.
BROOKLINE, MA Northeast Security, one of New England’s largest locally owned security services firms, continues its excellence in supporting employees and community with new and continued programs. For 39 years, Northeast Security has done more than just provide security services for physical assets, the company has focused on protecting and contributing to local New England communities. Unlike its national competitors, which have headquarters as far away as Switzerland, Northeast Security commits 100% of its resources and personnel to New England, making it one of the largest
locally owned security services firms in the region.
Each and every member of Northeast Security’s executive team is based in New England, reinforcing local ties to communities.
“Northeast Security places a strong emphasis on investing in the communities that sustain us,” said Brian Kickham, CEO of Northeast Security. “We continually give back to New England through contributions to community organizations, sponsorships of local events and direct participation in neighborhood activities.”
As a part of Northeast Security’s ongoing commitment to protect and contribute to New England communities, the company focuses its resources on employees and their local communities. Northeast Security recognizes that the training its security force is given not only makes for better prepared security officers, it makes for better prepared community citizens and leaders.
Several Northeast Security employees have received the prestigious Manning Scholarship from the local ASIS chapter. Recently, a Northeast Security officer saved a man’s life by resuscitating him using CPR training received at Northeast Security. Also recently, an offduty Northeast Security officer responded to a dangerous building fire and relied on his training to ensure no loss of life occurred. Aside from supporting and encouraging employees to participate in their communities, Northeast Security contributes directly to local organizations including: The Jimmy Fund, Habitat for Humanity, Boy Scouts of America and Inner City Scouting, Ronald McDonald House, the Cape Cod Center for Women, and a multitude of local youth sport leagues. In 2003, Northeast Security started its Eagle Protection Project, an initiative to protect and preserve our country’s national symbol. The
project has already experienced great success with the rehabilitation and release of Spirit, an American bald eagle. The release was held at the Bennett Meadow Wildlife Area in Northfield, Mass. in front of 200 Northfield Elementary School students. In 2005, Northeast Security was named Affiliate Company of the Year by the Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA).