Strategic Joint Venture

Strategic Joint Ventures expand the services that CSI can offer our clients. As such, we have formed this relationship with St. Moritz Security Services.

CSI and St. Moritz Security

Founded in 1982, St. Moritz Security Services operates in all 50 states with a heavy concentration of guard services employing over 1,700 security officers and supervisors in the quad-state region covering Pennsylvania, Ohio, West Virginia and Maryland.

Like CSI, the St. Moritz difference is their people. From the entry-level security guard officer to the President, St. Moritz is committed from the top down to provide the highest level of security guard services possible for your business, hospital, school, government facility, retail store, or special event.

St. Moritz and CSI recognize security and investigations are complementary services and by joining forces, clients have access to a complete suite of risk management tools to meet the ever-growing security demands throughout the United States and abroad.  

This venture offers several advantages including:

  • A collaborative approach to risk mitigation. Barriers that hinder access and the flow of information are removed and resolutions are expedited.

  • Leverage operational intelligence. Because St. Moritz Security is embedded in your facility they are familiar with your people, processes and technology. Investigative efforts are then less intrusive and more accurate.

  • Guaranteed trustworthy, discreet and competent. By forging this relationship St. Moritz is able to extend critical, expert services to their clients when they are most vulnerable.

  • Integration of services. Security solution packages are available, tailored to meet your needs, protect your interests, and maximize your security budget.

CSI is able to extend the following services through our partnership with St. Moritz:

  • Security Guard Services

  • Loss Prevention Services

  • Jewelry Escort Services

  • National Services

  • Special Event Services

  • ATM Escort Services