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Securitas Critical Infrastructure Services Veteran Employer Profile

About SCIS

Who We Are

Securitas Critical Infrastructure Services', or SCIS', (formerly known as Pinkerton Government Services), mission is to provide innovative, cost-effective solutions to ensure the safety and security of the assets of the U.S. Government, government contractor organizations worldwide, and the Energy and Petrochemical industries.  We will relentlessly strive to preserve national security and improve the protection of the personnel, programs, resources, and facilities of our clients.

Our goal is to enhance the success of our clients and their operations by providing demonstrably superior security and products with the highest degree of integrity and responsiveness, while enhancing the success of our fellow employees by creating career-enhancing opportunities.

SCIS will endeavor to foster a culture of  trust, equal opportunity, teamwork, responsibility, high expectations, and open communication with our clients, employees, and shareholders.

Like You, We Value Safety and Security with Care. Join Us!

Your military experience deserves more – you deserve a chance to continue to serve and grow in the field of safety and security. A security career at SCIS will allow you to extend skills, certifications and talent to some of the top employers in the security industry. Benefits include:

  • Develop yourself as a security specialist
  • Get training and education
  • Design your own security career plan

Veteran Success Stories

  • Andrew Adams

    Andrew Adams

    Andrew Adams began working for Securitas Critical Infrastructure Services (SCIS) in March 2013 as a security officer at Zion Nuclear Power Station in Zion, IL. Adams joined the Army in 2006 as an infantryman. Attached to the 101st Airborne, he was deployed multiple times to both Iraq and Afghanistan. His duties included reconnaissance, surveillance and target acquisition. He was stationed at Fort Benning, Georgia and Fort Campbell, Kentucky in the past. He is now a reservist with the 75th Training Command at Great Lakes, Illinois as a battle staff instructor with the rank of Sergeant. Adams has been awarded numerous commendations in his seven years with the Army.

    Adams has stood out as an excellent officer and brings his professional demeanor and work ethic to the security force at Zion Station. Adams is a sound, reliable performer. He is dependable, quick to learn, and is self-motivated. He immediately distinguished himself as a professional and dedicated team member, which he credits to his time spent in the Army. He has earned the respect of his colleagues and is considered a valued member of the security organization. His positive attitude and willingness to assist others in the ever-changing work environment serves as a tremendous asset to the security force.

  • Richard C. “Dick” Faggiani

    Dick Faggiani

    Everyone calls him “Dick”!

    Dick served with the U.S. Navy during World War II (WWII) from 1942 to 1946 in both the Atlantic and Pacific Theaters. He served as a Ships Cook and ended his tour with the U.S. Navy Band as a 2d Class Petty Officer. He currently is employed by Securitas Critical Infrastructure Services in St. Augustine, Florida. Dick has been with SCIS (PGS) as a Security Officer from September 2002 to present.

    In 2002, Dick was hired by Pinkerton Government Services, now known as SCIS. Dick says, “I enjoy the work and camaraderie of the people I work with. Chris Rice is my boss and he makes it a pleasure to go to work each day.”

    Dick says that the most wonderful person in his life is his wife Dori, who has helped him through his life and accomplish all of his successes. Dick states, “Togetherness Works!!!” During WWII he only returned home twice, one of those was when he met Dori. In 1946 they were married and this coming September 2014 they will be married for 68 years.

  • Master Sergeant Edward J. Mang, USAF (Retired)

    Edward J. Mang

    I joined the Air Force in January 1969 after spending 6 months at Chico State. College was not for me. I had a very interesting and distinguished career in the AF. I accumulated a total of over 9000 hours of flying time, 700 hours of combat, and 2000 hours of instructor time. After receiving 39 medals including two Meritorious Service medals and three Air Medals I ended my career on the 1st of August 1998.

    I joined the Securitas family in July of 2009 under the Pinkerton emblem. I worked for Pinkerton at Aero Jet in Rancho Cordova, CA. After one year I applied for a Supervisor position a job opportunity with Securitas Nuclear Security at Rancho Seco.. Not having much experience with Security I thought with my years of experience of Supervision in the Air Force could benefit me and Securitas. After being chosen for a Supervisors position I was placed as Operations Supervisor at the Rancho Seco ISFSI. After one year at this position I was chosen for Supervisor of the Quarter and then Supervisor of the Year. I believe my years in the Air Force has taught me the skills of being a good leader, and a mentor for all younger Officers I come in contact with. This company with the incredible support and job has got to be the best job I’ve ever had, of course, excluding my few years in the military.

  • Dennis Lea

    Dennis Lea

    I have been employed with Securitas since February 2011. Before then I served 8 years of honorable Active Duty services in the United States Marine Corps stationed at Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center Twentynine Palms, CA. I got out as a Sergeant. I joined at a time when our Country needed us the most. When 9/11 hit us when we least expected it, like others; and with the inspiration and support from family and friends, I joined the military to fight for our country and for what motivates us as Americans. While in the military, I was an 1812 Tank Crewman operating on an M1A1 Abrams Main Battle tank. After 6 years as a tank crewman, with 3 combat deployments to Iraq in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom, I transferred to the Base Headquarters Battalion, and then assumed the role as Range Safety Officer for the rifle range. There my experience, knowledge and skill set increased, as I became an 0931 Combat Marksmanship Instructor (formally, PMO Primary Marksmanship Instructor), training the Marines and Sailors from all the Units on board the Combat Center.

    After the Military, I was hired on with Securitas in 2011 as a Security Officer with Pinkerton Government Services at Bell Helicopter in Amarillo, TX. While employed, I was promoted to assistant supervisor, and then promoted to Lead Supervisor, all within the first three years of employment with Securitas.

SCIS is a member of

Training Magazine Top 125
Aerospace Industries Association
ASIS International. Advancing Security Worldwide.
NCMS: The Society of Industrial Security Professionals
US Department of Homeland Security