Parking Enforcement
 

Special Security Services Group Inc is fully licensed under the Toronto Municipal and Licensing Standards and under the Private Parking Enforcement Agency

Special Security Services Group Inc. offers a full service for tagging and towing of vehicles under the City of Toronto bylaw. (North York, York, Etobicoke, Scarborough, City of Toronto) And City Of Richmond Hill. Special Security Services Group Inc. is also approved to distribute vehicle tagging in both Markham and Vaughan

Special Security Services Group Inc. provides a 24 hour call-in center for all visitors parking and vehicle registration needs. The call-in center is stationed at Special Security Services Group Inc. Head Office and is accessible by all outside phone lines. This innovative, automated visitor registration system can hold an unlimited number of entries, including an option of pass-code protection to ensure only your tenants and visitors are registering their vehicles in the assigned mailbox. Monthly activity reports are supplied to each   client and contain all of the vehicles that have registered throughout the designated time frame. This feature is designed to allow property management information on which tenants and their visitors are abusing the system.

Under the City of Toronto By-law, every site that requires the issuance of parking tags/tickets must first provide a 24-hour visitors registration center, either by telephone or by temporary visitors parking permits in order for the site to be approved.

 
 
 
 
   
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  Reliable, accountable, results driven security  
   
Meeting the needs of the industry’s most diverse client base.
24-hour emergency services, quick response, mobile patrol.
  Client Testimonials  
  “ I have and will in the future recommend SSG when a company is looking to have the very best that this industry has to offer. ”
- Kerry Dabbs
 
   
“Your dedication to service is the reason we are so proud to be affiliated with SSG. You are a true credit to the security profession.”
- Ronald W. Kelly