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Security Guard Uniforms






The uniform makes the guard. If you look sharp, you feel sharp.

In a museum or concert hall, a blazer with shirt and tie gives an appearance of civility and says "I'm here to help you". Windbreakers or shirts with SECURITY written on the back and front are best for crowd control since you want them to be noticed. A police-type uniform for officers patrolling a shopping mall is a must to convey the feeling of security. Armed guards, with the exception of bodyguards, should always be in uniform.

In all cases the uniform should be clean and pressed and worn with pride. It represents your job and your responsibilities and goes a long ways towards earning the respect your position deserves. More and more businesses are using uniformed guards who look sharp and attentive, and the traditional "mall cop" look is disappearing. No more slouching, ill-fitting uniforms with the shirttail hanging out, unkempt hair under a crooked hat, and a bored look.




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