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Guard Card Training Classes

General Info

We offer the 8 hours required classes to get your guard card. Additional security training in specific areas see our website for details

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Phone: (602) 705-4766

Payment method
check, paypal
Deer Valley

After you attend a class and get your guard card we will assist you in finding a job.


Az Post Secondary Education


Anderson Security Academy

Security Guard & Patrol Service, Business & Vocational Schools, Adult Education


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Christie S.



Absolutely horrible company. I wouldnt hire them to watch my pet snail. They treat their employees like crap and pay them low wages yet charge their clients high rates. They are simply in it for maximum profit. Debbie A. who is in charge of HR has a horrible attitude and her sister Kim M. who owns the company is so out of touch at how her employee's are really treated. I've seen them overcharge clients for hours never worked or for post's that were not fully covered by the amount of actual guards payed for. Worked for this company and each year got worse and more befits cut so the company and exec's could maximize profit and pay. Family run company who's father previously owned a security company but was sued for negligent death. Father gave company to daughter to avoid paying settlement and is now listed as an Executive Advisor, but all major decisions must be approved by Senior, aka Kim's father Howard Anderson.