September 7, 2022 – In light of the increasing crime rates and decreasing police presence in many communities, USTASC is expanding its services to include firearms training and private security services. USTASC has been providing security consulting, armed and unarmed security services, private detective services, and even firearms training and citizen CCW training, with more information at https://www.ustasc.com/home—firearms-trainingconsulting, since 2012, and is now expanding its services to include criminal surveillance providing vital information to police agencies about the communities that USTASC protects.
With the current state of affairs, many people are feeling unsafe in their own neighborhoods. Lack of policing has left many communities feeling vulnerable, and USTASC is committed to helping those communities by providing the security they need. USTASC has trained professionals will work with their clients to create a customized security plan that fits needs and budget.
Evan Avnet, CEO and Chief of Operations of USTASC says, “We are living in a time where many people are turning to private security, with more information available at https://www.ustasc.com/security-ops-draft, in order to curb a rapid increase of violent and property crime. Society and more particularly policing has diminished to such a degree that criminals have free run and consistently victimize honest, hardworking people. People want security in their lives. USTASC is positioned to provide that much needed service.
“Maslow’s pyramid, also known as Maslow’s hierarchy of needs, is a theory in psychology that suggests that people are motivated to fulfill certain needs in order to achieve higher levels of satisfaction. The most basic need is for physical survival, and once that need is met, people move on to other needs such as safety, security, and belonging. Security is the second priority on Maslow’s pyramid only surpassed by shelter, food, and water.
Maslow’s pyramid can be used to understand why people are motivated to seek private security services, as it suggests that people will only be motivated to satisfy higher-level needs once their basic needs are met. USTASC is providing a service that can help people feel safe and secure, which satisfies one of Maslow’s higher-level needs.Avnet went on to say, “We want to be a valuable resource in the community, not just another security company. Our goal is to work with our clients to create a sense of security and safety in their lives and homes.”
Evan Avnet is a fifteen year veteran of law enforcement, SWAT graduate, and a twenty year veteran of the security industry with an emphasis on residential and tactical operations. Evan worked at the U.S. Department of State, a municipal police agency and a county policing agency.