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Command Security Corporation provides security services through company owned offices in California, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Illinois, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, Oregon, and Pennsylvania. Command Security provides back-office service agreements to independent security companies nationwide. Command is a public company traded on the American Stock Exchange. (Amex:MOC).

As a licensed watch guard and patrol agency, Command Security furnishes security officers to its customers to protect people or property and to prevent the theft of property. In this regard, the Company principally conducts business by providing guards and other personnel who are, depending on the particular requirements of the customer, uniformed or plain clothed, armed or unarmed, and who patrol in marked radio cars or stand duty on the premises at stationary posts such as fire stations, reception areas or video monitors. The Company's security officers maintain contact with headquarters or supervisors via car radio or hand-held radios. In addition to the more traditional tasks associated with access control and theft prevention, guards respond to emergency situations and report to appropriate authorities fires, natural disasters, work accidents, strikes, and medical crises. The Company also provides private investigation services.

The Company provides a variety of uniformed services for domestic and international air carriers including pre-board passenger screeners, checkpoint security supervisors, wheelchair escorts, skycaps, baggage handlers and uniformed guards for cargo security areas.

The Company provides guard services to many of its industrial and commercial customers on a 24-hour basis, 365 days per year. For these customers, guards are on hand to provide plant security, access control, personnel security checks and traffic and parking control and to protect against fire, theft, sabotage, and safety hazards. The remaining customers include retail establishments, hospitals, governmental units and promoters of special events. The services provided to these customers may require armed as well as unarmed security officers. The Company also provides specialized vehicle patrol and inspection services and personal protection services to key executives and high profile personalities from time to time.

To ensure that adequate protection requirements have been established prior to commencing service to a customer, the Company evaluates the customer's site and prepares a recommendation for any needed changes to existing security programs or services. Surveys typically include an examination and evaluation of perimeter controls, lighting, personnel and vehicle identification and control, visitor controls, electronic alarm reporting systems, safety and emergency procedures, key controls and security force manning levels. While surveys and recommendations are prepared by the Company, the security plan and coverage requirements are determined by the customer. Operational procedures and individual post orders are reviewed and/or rewritten by the Company to meet the requirements of the security plan and coverage determined by the customer.

In order to provide a high level of service without incurring large overhead expenses, the Company establishes offices close to its customers and delegates responsibility and decision making to its local managers. The Company emphasizes the role of its managers by assigning to each one responsibility for both sales and service. The Company believes that in most situations the combination of both sales and service responsibilities in a single individual results in better supervision and quality control and greater responsiveness to customer concerns.

The Company generally renders its security services pursuant to a standard form security services agreement which specifies the personnel and/or equipment to be provided by the Company at designated locations and the rates therefore, which typically are hourly rates per person. Rates vary depending on base, overtime and holiday time worked, and the term of engagement. In most cases, the Company assumes responsibility for scheduling and paying all guards and to provide uniforms, equipment, instruction, supervision, fringe benefits, bonding and workers' compensation insurance. These agreements also provide customers with flexibility by permitting reduction or expansion of the guard force on relatively short notice. The Company is responsible for preventing the interruption of security service as a consequence of illness, vacations or resignations. In most cases the customer also agrees not to hire any security personnel used by the Company for at least one year after the termination of the engagement. Each agreement may be terminated by the customer, typically with no prior notice or short notice (usually 30 days). In addition, the Company may terminate an agreement immediately upon default by the customer in payment of monies due there under or if there is filed by or against the customer a bankruptcy petition or if any other act of bankruptcy occurs.

The Company has a full integrated computerized scheduling and information system. The scheduling of security officers, while time-consuming, is a most important function of any security company. Management believes the system substantially reduces the time a manager must spend on scheduling daily security officer hours and allows the Company to fulfill customer needs by automatically selecting those security officers that fit the customer's requirements.

Command Security Corporation is the nation’s most trusted and experienced provider of affordable contract security services. Command Security brings more than 29 years of service and 6,000 highly trained personnel to this task. Our executive team brings a combined 200 years of expertise in high-level security positions for organizations including NASA, the US Army’s Military Police, the Royal Air Force, the U.S. Secret Service, and numerous Fortune 1000 companies. With offices nationwide and operations at numerous major international airports, we provide complete, customized and cost-effective security solutions for industries, businesses, institutions and organizations of all sizes.

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Security Services – Command Security Corporation and its subsidiaries: Rodgers Police Patrol and Strategic Security Services, Inc., provide its services to governments, quasi-governmental, health, educational and financial institutions, residential and commercial property management companies, and industrial, distribution, logistics and retail customers. Security services include providing armed and unarmed uniformed security personnel for access control, mobile patrols, traffic control, security console/system operators, fire safety directors, and communication, reception, concierge and front desk/doorman operations.

Aviation Services – The Aviation Safeguards division of Command Security Corporation provides a variety of aviation security and customer service functions including: security for airlines, aircraft, passengers and cargo; baggage screening, wheelchair escort services featuring the company’s proprietary SmartWheel™ technology, special escort services, and skycap services. Today, the division is the provider of security and related services for numerous major international airports and serves more than 100 of the world’s major domestic and international airlines.

Sectors Served

  • Aviation: Airports and Airlines
  • Commercial: Office Buildings/Corporate Campus
  • Education: High Schools/Colleges/Universities
  • Financial: Banks
  • Government Contracts
  • Healthcare: Hospitals/Medical Centers
  • Hospitality: Hotels/Motels/Inns/Resorts
  • Industrial: Manufacturing/Distribution Facilities
  • Residential Apartments/Condos/Co-ops
  • Retail: Malls/Shopping Centers
  • Special Events
  • Other: Trucking Terminals/Construction Sites/Parking Garages

Professional Trade Memberships

professional trade memberships

  • American Society of Industrial Security (ASIS)
  • Association of Licensed Detectives of New York State (ALDONYS)
  • Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA)
  • Greater New York Healthcare and Hospitals Association (GNYHA)
  • New Jersey Food Council (NJFC)



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#40   I hope this sale provides some additional contracts. cj 13 09/19/18 09:04:35 PM
#39   * * $MOC Video Chart 08-02-18 * * ClayTrader 08/02/18 05:34:56 PM
#38   MOC share price looks like it's trying to cj 13 03/09/18 10:12:29 AM
#37   29 percent year to year. Think the next cj 13 06/19/17 01:50:21 PM
#36   I agree. I am definitely going to buy Cboneofenglewood 06/17/17 11:39:27 PM
#35   I am. Next two to three quarters Will cj 13 06/15/17 09:44:57 PM
#34   I noticed that MOC recently closed two contracts Cboneofenglewood 06/15/17 08:50:08 AM
#33   https://seekingalpha.com/article/4075631-command-security-new-contracts-pave-way cj 13 05/25/17 05:50:55 PM
#32   There is the news we needed. 4mil float.. cj 13 05/02/17 10:44:14 AM
#31   Hope this bounces off resistance of 2.5. cj 13 03/13/17 08:34:08 PM
#30   Moc at least has been in a yearly cj 13 12/07/16 10:45:06 AM
#29   I thought the stock spiked higher on that hweb2 11/29/16 11:46:18 AM
#28   Why didn't the 10 year 1 billion dollar cj 13 11/29/16 11:42:53 AM
#27   Saw today's PR. Not surprised the pop hweb2 11/29/16 11:35:46 AM
#26   4 mil only float. New 50 mil cj 13 11/29/16 11:26:02 AM
#25   G&T >>>>> 4.18 hod. crudeoil24 07/25/16 09:39:25 AM
#24   MOC bullish 3.01 stocktrademan 07/15/16 11:50:46 AM
#23   Wth, is there some toxic financing? How do cj 13 06/07/16 01:41:25 PM
#22   Imo another 3 days plus of green. cj 13 06/06/16 06:29:18 PM
#21   Very weird. That $5.73 high was shortly hweb2 06/06/16 04:44:39 PM
#20   Weird day today. High about 5.72 then cj 13 06/06/16 04:37:45 PM
#19   Low float, 3800 employees, beat out over 80 cj 13 06/06/16 10:56:58 AM
#18   Looked @ recent 10-Q. > growing revenues. They crudeoil24 06/06/16 10:03:59 AM
#17   MOC's a gamer thar now! swampboots 06/06/16 09:41:20 AM
#16   Its a boilerplate sugar daddy, out of draw swampboots 06/06/16 09:20:45 AM
#15   She's moving, on 5K vol. in PM ...Contract crudeoil24 06/06/16 09:07:54 AM
#14   News but hard to reach. swampboots 06/06/16 08:39:41 AM
#13   What is it? hi_flyer 01/10/16 07:26:17 AM
#12   Yep otcbloodhound 01/06/15 10:10:09 AM
#11   5M > loowww floater! crudeoil24 01/06/15 09:58:11 AM
#10   GREAT NEWS OUT TODAY. otcbloodhound 01/06/15 09:50:24 AM
#9   Tis' an investment imo. Penny Roger$ 09/19/14 08:43:09 PM
#8   So far I have been wrong provest 09/19/14 08:29:07 PM
#7   I agree Penny Roger$ 09/09/14 07:56:42 AM
#6   MOC I think they pull a RADA/GIGA here provest 09/08/14 09:35:01 PM
#5   Revenue/200sma play here big gains coming ~S.B.A.~ 11/06/13 07:55:43 AM
#4   ~ $MOC ~ Earnings posted, pending or coming Penny Roger$ 02/06/12 05:33:38 AM
#3   The number of outstanding shares of the registrant’s Soapy Bubbles 03/01/11 09:50:51 PM
#2   images.investorshub.advfn.com/images/uploads/2011/3/1/morgjMOC.png Soapy Bubbles 03/01/11 09:49:06 PM
#1   http://finviz.com/quote.ashx?t=moc Soapy Bubbles 03/01/11 09:34:42 PM
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