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Eyes on patrol

Command Security Corporation provides security services — 39 uniformed security officers — at the following locations within the confines of the 88th Precinct: Clinton Hill Apartments-North and South Locations (1221 units), St. James Tower (328 units), Pratt Tower (328 units) and Clinton Mews (78 units).

With their client locations in such close proximity of Pratt Institute, 200 Willoughby Avenue, and observing that many students transverse their client locations in route to the local train station in the area, corner of Clinton and Washington avenues, Command Security Corporation has provided, at no extra charge to their client base, a marked patrol vehicle, 24 hours a day, seven days a week, driven by three managers to oversee the operation.

The vehicle is equipped with overhead lights, portable radio and cell phone communication making it a valuable asset to help ensuring that a positive quality of life is maintained by their client base as well as all of the other residents and students residing in the area.

The areas patrolled are as follows: Lafayette Avenue, from Vanderbilt to Classon avenues; Classon Avenue, from Lafayette to Myrtle avenues; Myrtle Avenue, from Classon to Vanderbilt avenues; Vanderbilt Avenue, from Myrtle to Lafayette avenues.

Command Security Corporation expects that this type of saturated security brings a heightened and well deserved security presence to the shareholders, local residents and the students of Pratt Institute in the area. They are hoping to have an official kick off date attended by some of the shareholders, local residents and local officials in the near future.

For more, call 212-943-0500 or visit www.commandsecurity.com.

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