YOUR LOCAL SECURITY PARTNER
Our experienced security team in Halifax is passionate about the community where we live, work and play. Working with such notable clients as the Nova Scotia Health Authority, Nova Scotia Liquor Corporation, TJX, WCB, Dal Nursing Association, and Sport Nova Scotia, Paladin is the recognized go-to security partner in the province.
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 Nova Scotia.
Whether you’re looking for professional security officers, 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.
- Matthew Davis
Branch Manager, Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island
- Tom Taggart
- Emily Anderson
- Brent Wallace
The Nova Scotia Health Authority is a provincial health authority serving Nova Scotia, Canada and is the largest employer in the province, with more than 23,000 employees.
Paladin has brought new and innovative thinking to Healthcare security. Their Officers show great anticipation and take patient and staff safety very seriously. It has proven to be a great partnership.
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Driving HazardsMarch 22, 2019As the warmer weather slowly creeps up on the horizon, it may be deceiving
- Paladin Earns Platinum Status,
Canada’s Best Managed CompaniesMarch 7, 2019Paladin Security is thrilled to announce that we have achieved Platinum status as one
- Paladin Security PEI’s
Pet DetectiveOctober 24, 2018On September 11th, 2018 while out on a standard patrol, Security Officer Jacob MacAusland