Windsor’s Local Security and Guard Services Provider
Paladin has been the security provider for the City of Windsor since 2001. In addition to having the largest mobile division in Windsor/Essex, Paladin provides security for the Spitfires Hockey Games, St. Clair College and Valiant Machine among others.
Our experience in safety and protection is unmatched and combined with our stringent selection process, industry leading training and superior customer service, you can see why Paladin easily has the highest client retention rate of any security company in Ontario.
Whether you’re looking for professional security guards, 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.
Windsor Security Company Management
- Blair Davenport
Vice President, Ontario
- Jason Lynagh
- Earl Bailey
- Linda Dow
Office Administrator (Payroll & HR)
The City of Windsor is the eighth-largest population centre in Ontario by population, with over 275,000 residents.
I have worked with Paladin Security for approximately 9 years. They supply several resources to our security function including, but not limited to: a physical presence, event support, mobile response and after hours security management to several of our corporate facilities within the City of Windsor.
This group has provided a most professional, responsive and cost effective service which has been consistent in nature. They have a unique ability to assess security situations and provide successful timely solutions through valued input and trained staff.
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Paladin Security’s Windsor
Branch Moves OfficesNovember 5, 2019On Friday, November 1st our Windsor branch recently moved info a new office from their previous downtown location. The new
Transitioning into Spring:
Driving HazardsMarch 22, 2019As the warmer weather slowly creeps up on the horizon, it may be deceiving
Windsor Branch Partakes
in Annual Polar PlungeMarch 11, 2019Branch helps raise $40,000 for Special Olympics Ontario It has become tradition for our