Stockholder meetings

Any publicly held business must open its doors to the public during stockholder meetings. This open-door policy can open the doors to many volatile situations, including protests inside or outside of your building, irate stockholders, or just about any individual or group seeking to exploit the public setting for their own personal gain.

If you want to post a visible security presence, you may prefer uniformed officers at your next stockholder meeting. If you want to soften your image, you may prefer them in plain clothes. And depending on your threat level, you may choose either armed or unarmed officers.

It can be a daunting decision, and Sterling Protective Services will put their decades of expertise to work to help you come up with the best solution, customized for you.


Contact Sterling Protective Services now to share your protection needs with us and to discuss how we can help you meet your goals.