Community Patrol & Investigations
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- General Info:
- At Community Patrol & Investigations we know about security. It's personal. It's our passion. It's your safety we are charged with keeping. And we don't fail. Community Patrol & Investigations was founded in 1996. The company grew to over 50 officers and 30 patrol cars with numerous high profile clients. From the mid 90's to the mid 2000's CPI was the leading security company in new home security, cornering the majority of the major home builders in the Denver metro area. After 9/11 CPI was contracted to provide security and an anti-terrorism team for the oil industry. CPI was responsible for the protection of Valero, Conoco and Philips refineries in the metro area. For 5 years in a row CPI was the top security company corporate wide for these companies. From CPI's 25000 sf indoor training facility, built for anti-terrorism teams-training after 9/11, the facility has also been used by the U.S. Air Force and the U.S. Army for pre-deployment training.
Sounds like the last review was a very unhappy employee because I know Sam Cook personally and have found him to be very professional and have nothing but positive experiences with him and his company. I trust my most precious possession to his care . His officers are professional and very well trained and I would recommend CPI any day.
What a joke of a company first off the employees get 0 training.. the owner sam cook treats his employees worse than trash. I was working for this company and i averaged about 4.4$ an hour. All the other employees i was hired with quit. we did not get overtime, holiday time, and also he didnt pay us for showing up early or leaving late... and with this kind of treatment of its employees. i can assure you. if you hire this company you will probably get the same treatment.
So after he lost the account we were working on due to his own neglegence and treatment of employees. Sam Cook decided that he wasnt going to pay 3 ex employees. So now we are having to go through the dept of labor to get paid. This is truely the work of an honest and decent human being..