There are patrol services in every state and country that help patrol the communities they serve. They work to keep an eye on things when no one else is around, even for just a few minutes. Patrol officers may be the first responders when there is a crime or accident in progress. If you live in a rural area and feel like your community doesn’t have enough patrol services. Visit this link for more information.

Ranger Guard and Investigations|Patrol Services: Protection for Your Community

Here are some ways to get patrol protection:

One option for patrol protection is to ask local businesses if they provide patrol services. The police force usually provides local patrol services, but you can reach out to business owners about hiring their patrol. One of the most common patrol duties is traffic enforcement, which patrol officers typically do in addition to traditional patrol during their shift. This means when you call your local police department for a property crime or violent act report, there may be an officer nearby who has already stopped cars and drivers for breaking road rules like speeding through intersections without stopping or failing to yield at stop signs; not wearing seat belts; making illegal turns; driving while using cell phones or texting behind the wheel; ignoring red lights and stop signs; passing school buses with flashing warning lights; not using child safety seats properly for small children in the vehicle when required by law, and more. Read about How do patrol services work here.