P4 Security Solutions LLC (P4S), a strategic security solutions provider that serves to protect facilities, assets, individuals, and essential businesses, is proud to announce the launch of its sister company, P4 Protective Services LLC (P4P).
Founded in 2014, P4S is a full-service protection, training, and consultation service provider for clients across the country. The P4S portfolio includes verticals in commercial real estate, retail, agriculture, cultural properties, higher education, healthcare, corporate campuses, and global operation centers, amongst others.
P4P will further grow the P4 companies’ footprint of service offerings through customized Integrated Guarding Solutions specifically for organizations and facilities that require highly trained public security officers. These solutions incorporate security technology with analytics, training, consultation, and security program development – all while adhering to the highest level of professional guidelines established by P4S over the last several years.
“I am extremely proud of the team we have built for our P4 sister companies; P4 Protective Services and P4 Security Solutions,” said P4 CEO and Founder, Lawrence Doria, a 40+ year security industry veteran. “Our ‘Dream Team’ has been personally vetted as the best of the best leading industry experts who specialize in a range of industries.”
Areas of focus include guarding solutions, off-duty police services, executive protection, security training and consultation, municipal law enforcement consultation and cannabis security solutions.
P4 companies’ executive leadership team includes Doria, COO and Co-Founder Adam Johnson, in addition to Executive Vice Presidents and Principals, Steve Vitale and Paul Ohm. Leadership at the P4 companies prides itself on bringing together security industry subject matter experts with specialized backgrounds, who possess industry designations that cover all facets of security. Every P4S team member is personally selected and vetted relating to their expertise and contributions in their respective fields.