Who Are We?
Securiguard believes that every person deserves a safe environment to live, visit, and work.
We demonstrate our commitment to making people feel safe by partnering with individuals and companies who share our vision, and by providing security services and implementing security strategies specific to our client needs.
To be the best at making people feel safe by inspiring our staff to “believe they can make a difference” in everything they do.
We make people feel safe
Treating others with dignity and respect
Recognizing and responding to others’ needs
Doing what we say
Engaging people with polite and courteous manners
Being truthful in character and behaviour
Our culture is built on our corporate values and a listening mindset. We listen to one another and collaborate on solutions.
It has always been a part of our management philosophy to listen, create value, and hold ourselves accountable. This includes listening to our people and empowering them with the resources they need to do their best work.
Securiguard believes we can make a difference by caring for our people, community, and the environment.
Our team has a long-established history of giving back to our local communities. We have taken on several initiatives to play our part in being environmentally and socially responsible across our management, administration, and operations practices.
History of Securiguard
Securiguard secured its first contract in 1974 in the mining town of Cassiar, acting as an extension of management focusing on customer service. Our original trade name was World Investigation, Security Division. We soon expanded further into the mining industry and opened up in Vancouver in 1977 re-branded as Securiguard.
Securiguard has successfully partnered with many Indigenous communities across Canada through the establishment of formal agreements.
Our joint venture partnerships are based on mutual respect, trust, environmental stewardship, and social responsibility. We aim to provide opportunities for local training, employment, and contracting in each indigenous community.
Our Executive Team
Darcy R. Kernaghan
President & CEO
Senior Vice President, Strategy & Culture
Branko Bejo, BA CPP
Vice President, Business Solutions & Indigenous Relations
Grace Cheng, CGA
Vice President, Finance
Reuben Jacob, CPP
Vice President, Client Relationships
Richard LaForge, CPP
Vice President, Vancouver Operations
Vice President, Regions - Western Canada
Vice President, Ontario Operations
Vice President, Administration