Fleming Protection & Security Inc. is based in Whitehorse, Yukon and operates throughout the Yukon, northern BC, and is currently in the process of setting up operations in Alberta.  The company carries third party liability insurance, is in good standing with WCB and carries fidelity bond as per the requirements of the Yukon’s Private Investigators and Security Guard Act

The company provides the following services:

  • Uniformed personnel – static, mobile, and foot patrols
  • Occupational Health & Safety Consultation
  • Drug and Alcohol testing
  • Private Investigations
  • Loss Prevention Services
  • K-9 Drug Detection Services

Fleming Protection & Security currently employees over 25 employees.  In addition, our operations management team is available 24/7 and our administrative team can assist in processing requests and scheduling throughout our regular office hours.

FPSI personnel are well equipped to deal with all sectors of the population including:

  • Students (Whitehorse Elementary, Yukon College, Challenge)
  • Education sector (Yukon College)
  • All levels of government (City of Whitehorse, Yukon Government, and Government of Canada)
  • Entertainment sector (Special Events, Kwanlin Dun Cultural Centre)
  • Vulnerable sector (Yukon Centre Mall, Substance & Alcohol Abuse, Mental Health)
  • Property and mall management (Northern Vision Development)
  • Commercial tenants
  • Retail and commercial clients
  • Industrial sector – i.e. trucking, mining, oil & gas
  • Construction

Our personnel are highly identifiable by way of our uniforms and marked vehicles.  All of our employees are licensed and comply with territorial government licensing regulations.  Our guards’ qualifications go above and beyond Yukon requirements for licensing as they are required to complete basic security training within the first six months of their employment. In addition, guards are at a minimum trained in standard first aid with CPR ‘C’ /AED.  There are currently 3 guards registered for Medical First Responder II (Yukon equivalent to OFA 3) in April 2019, and additional guards will be trained to meet client demand.