The fairly young company, which used 2004 Ford Crown Victorias for it's patrol vehicles, now upgraded to newer and more modern, Dodge Charger. Sporting the corporate logos on the sides, high visibility panels, a grille guard and black steel wheels, the new patrol cars will surely make an impact on the Canadian security industry. Parallel Security, also purchased 8 new Honda ATV's for a certain client that requested them on their property.
The local Edmonton security company also decided to upgrade it's uniforms to a more modern, authoritative, navy blue uniform. Ali Kjorshed, Director of Operations, stated that the "new uniforms are high end, tactical, military grade and will definitely deter more crime then [the] traditional uniforms [Parallel Security] used prior."
Parallel Security will also be training it's staff on the new technology it will be introducing in early 2013. The new technology being introduced will include advanced GPS tracking system, live citywide radios, new military tactical gear and equipment, an online reporting system and multiple new software upgrades to existing systems.
Saif Ali-Khan, the director of marketing, also stated that he will be implementing new features, making major changes and updating the previous corporate websites.
With the upgrades and changes of the vehicles and uniforms, along with the application of new police and military technology, Parallel Security will modernize the security industry in Canada.