We offer on-site guarding services with specially selected and trained security officers performing surveillance services tailored to the needs of medium-sized and large businesses.

Our on-site guarding officers protect properties, assets, staff and residents in private or public environments. They are trained to detect, deter, and respond to risks and incidents.

Our guarding officers are well-trained professionals, whose training is bolstered on-site, so they gain valuable knowledge about your company and facility. This means their expertise is specific to you. Technology provides essential support to our guarding officers who patrol and monitor your facility. Our security officers know how to effectively use the security system designed for and installed in your facility.

Physical Patrols

Physical patrols and checkpoints play an important role for the prevention of illegal activities. Such measures mean that security officials may be at or closer to the scene when a crime is attempted or committed, therefore increasing the likelihood that crimes are detected and potentially stopped, that crime scenes are secured, and perpetrators are apprehended. Risk management and systematic patrols with routes set out to optimize coverage of relevant areas are basic methods to improve intelligence gathering and detection. In addition, checkpoints along various points on the property can also assist in detecting and preventing crime.

Officials on patrol or stationed at relevant checkpoints need to be equipped with powers to stop suspects.

Zone Allocations and Planned Patrol Strategies Mi7 National Group allocates patrols to zones in accordance with probabilities. We employ several allocation strategies including homogeneous patrol, boundary patrol and ring patrol.

  • Homogeneous: Patrol density distributed uniformly over the entire region.
  • Boundary: Patrol density distributed uniformly over a ring at the boundary.
  • Ring: Patrol density distributed uniformly over a ring concentric with the plantation.

We often propose an optimal band patrol which can maximize the fully protected area of a property. We also use algorithms to calculate best ring patrol, which is a good approximation of an optimal solution.


Visibility is a powerful crime deterrent. By their presence alone, uniformed guarding officers can help enhance your employees’ safety and reduce the risk of vandalism or theft on your property or at your facility.

Whether our officers patrol on foot, on bicycles, on Segways or in vehicles, they provide a constant presence and are trained to notice anything out of the ordinary – and to prevent problems before they start.

Around-the-clock patrols have the following benefits:

  • Promotes a safe workplace environment
  • Deters vandalism, theft and trespassers
  • Rapid response to emergency situations
  • Detect emergencies and fires
  • Quick notification to local law enforcement and fire and emergency services
  • Alert you to unsafe conditions, such as water leaks or power outages

Mi7 National Group employs six basic steps for effective patrols, these are


Static Guarding

Providing exceptional security guard services, whether static or mobile, requires more than simply deploying a member of staff with a role brief. At Mi7 National Group, we have many years’ expertise in security management that guarantees you get the service you expect. Our staff are trained to high standards and understand the significance of dynamic security, physical security and procedural security and how they interconnect.

This tripartite approach is the cornerstone of our operation, providing you with confidence, dependability and peace of mind. All our guards and reaction officers are fully Private Security Industry Regulatory Authority (PSIRA) accredited professionals, whose training has been bolstered through programmes administered by our expert coaches. Our staff are performance
monitored and managed.

1) Access and Egress Control

A key duty of a security guard is to control the access and egress to a facility or area. The purpose of controlling access and egress is to ensure that only authorized personnel, vehicles, and materials are allowed to enter, move within, and leave the facility.

This provides the protection for all personnel and property within, and the facility itself. Security Officers, by their presence and professional performance of duties, will discourage, detect, and detain potential violators. People associated with criminals/criminal activity tend to avoid facilities and/or areas where there are professional Security Officers on site.

2) Handling Visitors, Deliveries and Contractors

The normal procedure for handling the visitor is dependent on the types of visitors (whether the visitor is planned, unplanned, or a VIP). Alternatively, when delivery agents arrive at the Access Controlling Point, processing is conducted according to Standard Operating Procedures. The same can be said of on-site contractors or maintenance workers.

3) On-site Escorts

Some site requires the visitor, vendor, and maintenance workers to be escorted by the security staff to the destination. Underlined is the standard escorting  procedure Mi7 National Group employs:

  • Respond to an escort request and meet at the Access Control Point
  • Confirm receipt of responsibility for the visitor from the access control guards
  • Confirm the location required to be escorted to, the nature of the visit, person to meet, work tasks to complete and estimated timeframe
  • Verify that the visitor is wearing the correct pass or badge
  • Identify any tools, equipment or belongings that will be brought with the visitor
  • Identify if any extra items or belongings have been added during the visit
  • Communicate movement and provide updates with any significant information
  • Maintain vigilance throughout in order to prevent any dangerous, suspicious or criminal behaviour
  • Return the visitor to the Access Control Point
  • Confirm hand over of responsibility for the visitor to the access control guards

4) Quality Checks

Security staff needs to conduct regular checks of the equipment and tools on the site. This should be recorded in an inspection log sheet. Inspections of the following items are to be concluded daily:

• Access control equipment
• External security beams
• Internal or external alarms
• Fencing
• Gates
• Surveillance cameras
• Firearms or protective weaponry
• Procedural documentation (visitor logs etc)