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What started out as the ultimate compendium of fake businesses and products now contains many new categories that don't fit the original description... but we just can't bring ourselves to change the name.
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Category Filter: SECURITY SERVICES (118)

  • Security Services
    • Admiral Bob's National Security
        • Beneath this image, it is possible to see Hiro's eyes, which look Asian. They are from his mother, who is Korean by way of Nippon. The rest of him looks more like his father, who was African by way of Texas by way of the Army -- back in the days before it got split up into a number of competing organizations such as General Jim's Defense System and Admiral Bob's National Security.
    • AICS Securities
        • While infiltrating a Rittenhouse building, Wyatt kills an agent and finds a key fob issued by AICS Securities. (Season 2 episode The King of the Delta Blues)
        • Persis-Strokes Security Consultants, the company that Prax contacts regarding his missing daughter Mei, has joint-action contracts with fellow security companies Al Abbiq and Star Helix.
    • Alameda
        • Armored transport service company name that replaces the name Lefurs Security on the stolen truck.
    • All Steel Armored Transport
        • Armored truck company.
    • Allsafe Cyber Security
        • Where Elliot works, a cyber security firm that protects corporations.
    • American Secure Transport
        • Hijacked armed delivery truck intercepted by Homelander & Queen Maeve (Season 1 episode The Name of the Game)
    • Arlington Brinks
        • FBI tie Desmond Elden, James Coughlin, Albert Magloan and Doug MacRay to the Arlington Brinks robbery in Somerville in February 2010.
    • Atlantic Armored
        • FBI tie Desmond Elden, James Coughlin, Albert Magloan and Doug MacRay to the Atlantic Armored robbery in Cambridge in November 2007.
    • Barricade Armed Patrol
        • Dexter's latest victim is Pembroke Pines police officer Zoey Kruger's house has Barricade Armed Patrol and Paradise Sands Realty signs in the front yard. (Season 4 episode Dex Takes a Holiday)
    • Black Forest
        • Private security firm - mercenary company Hannibal calls "frat boys with trigger fingers"
    • Carven Hill Security Systems
        • Company that makes the vault at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
    • The Cerberus Security Corp.
        • Truck used by the The Menshevikistas to break into the Cobra Consulate building in New York. "You got 'em we swat 'em" (Issue #7 The Old Switcheroo)
    • Cummins Armored
        • FBI tie Desmond Elden, James Coughlin, Albert Magloan and Doug MacRay to the Cummins Armored robbery in South Boston in October 2009.
    • DR Security
        • Company listed on the directory in the office building where existential detective agency Jaffe and Jaffe is located.
    • EDS
        • 
ExtraDimensional Security. Wade's security system. (Season 1 episode Little Fear of Lightning)
    • Elkhorn
        • Private security contractor that started off as a safe company, the one that built the safe Shrike died in during his last performance because it warped in the water.
    • First Security
        • Security company at the building where Eddie transforms into an earlier ape like creature.
    • Gage Armored Express
        • No description available
    • Garda World
        • Armored truck service shown outside White Mountain Savings & Loan, a small town bank with an older vault, pre-1950, that Tom Dolan robbed.
    • General Jim's Defense System
        • Beneath this image, it is possible to see Hiro's eyes, which look Asian. They are from his mother, who is Korean by way of Nippon. The rest of him looks more like his father, who was African by way of Texas by way of the Army -- back in the days before it got split up into a number of competing organizations such as General Jim's Defense System and Admiral Bob's National Security.
    • Gordian Knot Lock Company
        • Chapter 11: 'Look on my Works, Ye Mighty...'Panel 7: Notice the Gordian Knot truck.
    • Grey Point Security
        • Where Nealon works - the mercenary that took the Fermitas nerve gas job. Owned by Sonmanto. (Season 3 episode So Do Our Minutes Hasten)
    • Gwendoline's Safe & Lock Co.
        • Store where Scott Ward recruits safecracker Dieter for his team.
    • HCA
        • Security company at the airport where Clark tracks down Dr. Thomas Burton in an attempt to help Ryan. (Season 2 episode Ryan)
    • Heroes for Hire, Inc.
        • Small business licensed by the state of New York offering a full line of professional investigation and protection services.
    • Insta-Trace
        • When Homer makes an anonymous $10,000 donation to PBS, PBS tracks him down using a service called Insta-Trace that he apparently registered with, sending the PBS Pledge Enforcement Van to his house. (Season 11 episode Missionary: Impossible)
    • Ironclad Security
        • Company that provides security for the Montreal Customs House.
    • Jack Frost
        • Mr. James' new personal security consultant, although it turns out he's not actually a personal security consultant, but a compulsive imposter. (Season 5 episode Stinkbutt)
    • Johnson and Halen Vans
        • Armed courier robbed by the android thief known as The Hood, a Van Halen reference (Season 2 episode Hammeroid)
    • Kechner Security
        • Security company that Martin works for (Season 9 episode Bully for Martin)
    • The Keepers
        • Group of shapeshifting creatures that have been genetically repurposed to act as watch dogs.
    • Keystone Armored Car Service
        • Company that services Northern Federal Savings Bank in Punxsutawney.
    • Kirby Security
        • When Gil takes Bobby's son to see his friend Coop, Coop's jacket says Kirby Security.
    • Knight Armoring
        • Seamus Murphy plans to stealing $20 million in bearer bonds from an armored truck during his block party. (Season 5 episode The Favor)
    • Langly Security
        • Security company that monitors Dunlop Plaza, the building in Los Angeles where Jack Bauer goes to assist CTU administrative Director Richard Walsh when he is under attack. (Season 1 episode 1:00 AM - 2:00 AM)
    • Lefurs Security
        • Armored transport company that Merrimen's crew steals an empty truck from to later be used for their Federal Reserve heist.
    • Locke Security
        • Armored security company for ReadyQuick Check Cashing, the company that Billy and his new ex-military friends rob. (Season 2 episode One Bad Day)
    • Locksmith
        • Generic locksmith shop in Springfield that Bart skateboards past in the rain on his way home from school. (Season 3 episode Bart the Murderer)
    • Lou LaSalle Armored Cars
        • New record added 6/7/2022
        • Lou LaSalle, owner of multiple security-related companies such as Lou LaSalle Investigations, Lou LaSalle Armored Cars and Lou LaSalle Security, also known as Sherlock to the Stars, wants to buy Blue Moon Investigations - lock, stock and bad debts. (Season 2 episode Atlas Belched)
    • Lou LaSalle Security
        • New record added 6/7/2022
        • Lou LaSalle, owner of multiple security-related companies such as Lou LaSalle Investigations, Lou LaSalle Armored Cars and Lou LaSalle Security, also known as Sherlock to the Stars, wants to buy Blue Moon Investigations - lock, stock and bad debts. (Season 2 episode Atlas Belched)
    • Lucas Security Systems
        • Leon hacks into Lucas Security Systems, the company that sells hand print locks to Pennsylvania Courier, as part of his plan to steal another ampule of Hormone K. (Story: Understand)
    • Manhattan Safe Armored Car Co.
        • Flint Marko attempts to rob a Manhattan Safe armored truck coming from Grant Savings & Loan.
    • Martin Bishop & Associates
        • New record added 6/12/2022
        • People hire them to break into their places to make sure no one can break into their places. It's a living.
    • Mott Security
        • The Golden Tigers rob a Mott Security armored transport truck. (Season 2 episode The Fury of Iron Fist)
    • Mutual of Ohio Risk Management
        • Company party at bar Johnny Hideaway's.
    • Nuke'M Alarms
        • Security company. Only known product is a door that will cause a nuclear meltdown if wrong code is entered. (Nuclear reactor not included)
    • Penguin's Protective Agency
        • Penguin apparently dumps his criminal past when he routs several robberies and establishes the Penguin's Protective Agency to guard society's wealth. (Episode Not Yet, He Ain't)
    • Persis-Strokes Security Consultants
        • The lag time to Earth - or Luna, actually, since Persis-Strokes Security Consultants was based in orbit rather than down the planet's gravity well - was a little over twenty minutes.
    • Pinkwater Security
        • The security company with the largest and operational presence in the outer planets. Holden, Amos and Prax hook up with a small group of ex-Pinkwater Security soldiers on their way to find Mei.
    • ProShield
        • Private Security service called in to contain the riot in Los Angeles. "Thirty-six hours ago, the Clearwater Corporation cut off the public water supply in greater Los Angeles. That has ignited the most violent riot in California history. Contractor ProShield has announced a mandatory curfew for all citizens of greater Los Angeles."
    • Protogen
        • Minor corporate security force that hangs out at the Distinguished Hyacinth Lounge, along with Star Helix Security personnel. Earth corporation known as a security firm with a large research division.
    • Rife Advanced Research Enterprises
        • The answer comes back a few minutes later, as she's riding out of the office park, pooned onto a nice Mercedes: Rife Advanced Research Enterprises. RARE. One of these high-tech outfits. Probably trying to get a government contract. Probably trying to sell sphygmomanometers to the Feds or something like that. Oh well, she just delivers 'em. She gets the impression that this Mercedes is sandbagging -- driving real slow so she'll poon something else -- so she poons something else, an outgoing delivery truck. Judging from the way it's riding high on its springs, it must be empty, so it'll probably move along pretty fast.
    • Safe Bolt
        • Locksmith at the Leed family's house when Will is there studying the scene.
    • Sammy's Security Company
        • From a joke Sam makes "We get in before the burglars do" (Season 7 episode 11 Adventures in Housesitting)
    • ScepterCore
        • Black ops security firm that ex-SEALs work for. Peralta finds a payment from NutriBoom for $100,000 that he suspects is payment for the hit on NutriBoom founder Docter David Stovelman's wife Debbie Stovelman, who went missing on the same date as the payment. (Season 5 episode NutriBoom)
    • SimpleSafe
        • Nora's security system. She gets an alert about her front door being open while on a call with Nathan. (Season 1 episode Freeyond)
    • SpringShield
        • After the Springfield Riot, Homer starts his own security service. (Season 13 Poppa's Got a Brand New Badge)
        • Persis-Strokes Security Consultants, the company that Prax contacts regarding his missing daughter Mei, has joint-action contracts with fellow security companies Al Abbiq and Star Helix.
    • Starkwater Security
        • Company whose agents escort RegalView power callers like Cassius through the protesters.
    • Stillwater Security
        • When Doakes considers leaving the force, María LaGuerta offers to put him in contact with her friend at a private security company. (Season 2 episode Morning Comes)
    • SUD Security
        • Company the guys are working for when the movie starts.
    • Triple a Protection Service
        • Michael Bryce's private bodyguard service, up until Darius Kincaid killed Mr. Kurosawa on his watch.
    • Unified Protection Agency
        • Company Frasier hires a bodyguard (Season 2 episode Someone to Watch Over Me)
    • Westguard Security
        • New record added 6/12/2022
        • Security service at Centurion Bank.

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