YOUR LOCAL SECURITY PARTNER
Located on Brandon’s “Golden Mile”, Paladin’s reputation as the industry leader is bolstered by the fact that we employ the largest security force in Western Manitoba. Passionate about our community, we adhere to the highest safety standards on all our sites, which include post-secondary institutions, shopping malls and the industrial market.
Combine that with our stringent selection process, industry leading training and superior customer service, and you can see why Paladin easily has the highest client retention rate of any security company in Manitoba.
Whether you’re looking for professional guard services, integrated security systems or specialized security requirements, we will take the time to understand the challenges you face and help you develop an integrated program individually customized to address your particular situation, needs and budget. Contact us today for a free, no obligation consultation.
- Debbie Burgess
- Burton Colter
Client Service Manager
The Keystone Centre is a multi-purpose facility located in Brandon, Manitoba. Besides its main 5,102-seat arena, Westman Communications Group Place, the Keystone Centre also features an exhibition hall and two smaller hockey arenas
The Keystone Centre is proud to have Paladin Security as our exclusive security provider. Paladin Security is very professional and diligent when on the call of duty in our facility.
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