Guard Force Security Protector

Turn your cell phone into a personalized blue light emergency phone. In the event of an emergency, Guard Force Security Protector allows the Guard Force Security Public Safety Communications Center to immediately access important information about you, such as your name, photograph, important medical information, and location, when you call the Guard Force Security Protector telephone number from your cell phone — dramatically increasing the odds that they can find you and help you. The service is free and voluntary, and the information you provide is kept completely confidential.

In order to register for Guard Force Security Protector, you must first register your mobile phone number in the Guard Force Security™ system online through using your University login and password.

How does it work?

Speed Dial – You can trigger immediate Guard Force Security Public Safety response by using speed dial to call the Guard Force Security Protector telephone number.

Emergency GPS Locator – Based on your cell phone signal, a GPS locator is activated during your active call. The registered profile information assists Guard Force Security Public Safety in identifying and locating you.

Escort Timer – You can set a timer for reaching a target destination by calling the Guard Force Security Protector telephone number. If the timer is not deactivated after a series of reminders, or when you reach your destination, Guard Force Security Safety Officers will be notified.

For more information on how to register your phone, set up your personal profile, and activate Guard Force Security Protector in an emergency.

Guard Force Security Protector is not a substitute for calling the police or for calling (911). In the event of an emergency, users are advised to call the police or 911, as Guard Force Security Protector should not be used as the primary source for an emergency assistance call. Guard Force Security Proector is an optional back-up alert notification system that users may use at their discretion. As with any cell phone usage, certain factors (such as signal strength, type and quality of your phone carrier, and dead spots) can affect the GPS locator accuracy.