Get Valor Protected!
Valor Force (#c19105) is a private security and investigations company that is committed to providing a quality product with exceptional service. Our motto is simple, "put the need of our client’s first." Our services are customized to exceed the needs of our clients as we are trained to protect while having a professional work ethic, ensuring your clients feel safe. We are a security company that protects with integrity and excellence. Corporate events, security consultation, churches services, and personal protection are a few of the areas where we provide Valor protection.
What is Valor Forces typical process for working with a new client?
We provide a thorough security threat assessment and consultation for all new clients to ensure we understand the unique need of each client. We then communicate the identified opportunities for improvements.
What is the first step in the Valor Forces evaluation process?
We will schedule an interview with you. It is just as important for us to have a solid client; as it is important for them to have a reputable security firm. Post interview, we provide a walk-through and consultation to all our clients before we begin work.
What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?
Video cameras and alarms cannot replace a well-trained officer. Please be upfront with all your needs and the specifics of your request. The better prepared our officer(s), the more effective they can be. Please make sure the company and officers you decide to work with are licensed by the Texas Department of Public Safety, insured, and bonded.
What education and/or training do you have that relates to Valor Forces?
We meet Law Enforcement qualification standards in conflict de-escalation with regular continued education. We train in hand to hand combatives from the Wing Chung, Kali, and Jun Fan Jeet Kune Do martial art systems.
What questions should customers think through before contacting Valor Forces about their project?
Do you want personal protection, armed, or unarmed officers? How many hours is your special event or worship service? Do the officers need to be in plain clothes or uniform? Is there an imminent threat on your life or the life of a loved one? What times of days will the officers be needed? Is there any travel involved? How many officers are you wanting? Are examples of things to consider.