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24/7 security services

Patlaw Securities is one of Queensland's leading security companies. We have a long and proud history of providing security services to homes and businesses throughout Central Queensland. Our security guards and personnel are devoted and motivated professionals that work 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to deliver outstanding security services to our regional communities.

Each member of our staff is committed and passionate. We have a solid foundation of highly experienced and trained security personnel that are completely focused on the tasks at hand and adhere to a strong work ethic. You can be confident that your home, business or event will be safe and secure when our team are on the job.

Our security services & solutions

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    Security guards

    We have security personnel available for any occasion, operating 24 hours a day, seven days a week, including mobile patrol.

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    Cash-in Transit (CIT)

    Any time of day, 7 days a week, our armed guards will safely collect your money and transfer it to your banking institution.

Why choose Patlaw Securities

  • Licensed security guards

    We've taken great measures to recruit the best personnel and invest in their training and development to ensure that their loyalty to their duties and the security of our clients is unparalleled.

  • 24/7 security services

    Our team is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week to provide superior security services to homes and businesses throughout Central Queensland, including Rockhampton, Yeppoon, Gladstone, Biloela and Emerald.

  • Security solutions you can depend on

    We are among Queensland's top-ranked security companies, giving the finest available solutions to your security needs while also ensuring that our standard of excellence is unquestionably upheld.

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