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LawMan Security & Consulting is the Tri-State area’s real professional security company, owned and operated by real police officers. LawMan Security & Consulting allows local businesses and residential neighborhoods to benefit from all the dedication and professionalism of local law enforcement officers in a privately contracted security & consulting service.
LawMan Security & Consulting was established in response to concerns voiced by Evansville residents and business owners about the safety of their homes and establishments. Each of their comments pointed to law enforcement as the most effective form of security and expressed frustration at the relative powerlessness of privately contracted alternatives to address threatening situations.
These concerns were a call to action for sheriff’s deputies Bryan Bishop and Rob Clark, who founded LawMan Security & Consulting in 2010. Both of the Vanderburgh County Sheriff’s Office employees saw the benefit of providing real professionals – uniformed law enforcement officers – to individuals and businesses in need of security services.
Since then, the business has grown to include private investigation services, personal protection courses, a 24-Hour Help Center, and more. Click here to learn more about the professional services available through LawMan Security & Consulting.
They are a great group of local guys who have tons of experience in this area. You can’t go wrong with them. They are well worth their prices.
It’s comforting to know that a security company, made up of real cops, is keeping an eye on our business while everyone is away.
Effective May 1, 2014, Tropicana Entertainment, Inc. will contract LawMan Security and Consulting of Evansville, IN, for police security at Tropicana Evansville’s riverfront entertainment facility. Based in Las Vegas, Tropicana, along with its affiliates, owns or operates nine casinos and resorts in Indiana, Louisiana, Mississippi, Nevada and New Jersey.
On July 4th, Vanderburgh County Sheriff’s Deputy Bryan Bishop had to take serious action when he was dispatched to a single vehicle crash involving a motorcycle on State Road 65. The driver of the motorcycle had been ejected and landed in the roadway. Bishop had to use a tourniquet procedure on the victim’s leg to stop substantial blood loss.