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Armed & Unarmed Security | Private Investigators | Start-ups | Alarm Install & Monitoring

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Business Auto | Excess Liability | General Liability | Professional Liability | Commercial Property | Work Comp

Security guards protect businesses, construction sites, properties, and so much more from threats. CityScape Insurance is here to provide a line of defense for security guard companies with our array of security guard insurance programs. We work with A.M. Best “A” rated carriers to provide insurance coverage, including but not limited to: General Liability, Professional Liability, Excess Liability, Workers’ Compensation, & Commercial Property. Contact us today to learn more about your insurance options. 

Rates Starting at $3,500/yr

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Crum & Foster
Hiscox
Scottsdale Insurance
Tapco Underwriters

Additional Markets: Acceptance Insurance, Brownyard, Hartford, HIIG, Kinsale, MESA Underwriters, National Indemnity, Phly, Progressive, RLI, Veracity

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Alarm & Alarm Systems Monitoring Armed Guard Service Armored Car Service Construction Sites Detective Agencies Government Contract Security Hotel / Motel Security Interior Mall Patrol

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Rules & Regulations vary greatly between states and in some cases even between cities. Be sure to check with your local licensing officials to determine what is required to remain compliant.

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