We recently welcomed B & B Mensch Security, Inc. as a member of the Oxnard Chamber community!
The Thousand Oaks-based business is a veteran-owned consultant and management security company that is fully insured and licensed in California. They provide unarmed/armed uniformed agents and plain clothes agents, and specialize in Executive Protection, Estate/Residential Protection, Religious Institutions, Corporate Offices/Property, and Events. Visit their website to find out more.
What products or services do you provide?
Unarmed and armed uniformed or plain clothes security agents
How and when did the business get started?
Our security company initiated at the end of December 2019 but our cadre has an extensive 30+ years of experience in the security sector and military background which we have transition our expertise into the civilian security sector.
What is the company's mission or motto?
Our commitment is to surpass your expectations with transparency and we are determined to protect the livelihoods you cherish with little to no disruptions. So, you can focus on what matters to you most.
What’s one thing the business is known for over its competitors?
We believe in quality not quantity. We provide trained and certified security agents. Not discarding the fact that we are an equal opportunity company that also provides training or commits to keep their guards trained year-round and as a result our clients receive quality services for a hassle-free lifestyle.
Are there any new or upcoming projects/products/events/etc. you can tell us about?
Our CEO is currently taking extensive training on surviving, being proactive and reactive to an active shooter situation. By the beginning of July 2021, we should have an established training to offer our clients and any other facilities that are interested in this type of training.
How can the our community help the business?
The community can help us by making everyone aware that we will soon offer active shooter training and it’s very difficult to promote this because no one likes to think of the fact that this could happen, but we need to be proactive not reactive. But, if needing to be reactive, what is the proper way to do so. We won't be able to save lives that could have been saved if this training would of been taken by more individuals prior to being in this type of devastating events.
What else should potential clients/customers know?
The purpose of our company is to help others by providing security services but also help those who are less fortunate and cannot afford security. As a supplement, we can give educational trainings for survival in case they are in a life-threatening situation.
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