Lethbridge’s Local Security and Guard Services Provider
Paladin’s Lethbridge office provides a full range of security officer and integrated systems services to meet the needs of Alberta’s largest southern city. Our experienced team adheres to the highest safety standards, primarily serving the health care, college campuses, and the oil, gas, and industrial markets, with expertise in retail shopping mall programs.
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 Alberta.
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.
Lethbridge Security Company Management
- Tyson Black
Vice President, Southern Alberta
- Steve Cara
Director of Operations
- John Mattix
Client Service Manager
- Sapphire Husky
Regional Manager, People & Culture
Lethbridge College inspires and facilitates learning and innovation to meet economic and social needs.
Paladin respects the relationship. Their team is represented with quality people who look after our business as if it was their own.
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