New Orleans Event Security

It’s no secret that New Orleans is known as a world class host for special events. Mardi Gras, Essence Music Festival, Jazzfest, and Voodoo Music + Arts Experience are just a tiny fraction of special events that pose a list of unique security challenges such as the combination of VIPs, complex venues, and large crowds. We make sure that everyone can safely enjoy themselves. Sentry Security has provided special security solutions for events like:

  • Festivals
  • Concerts
  • Sporting Events
  • Conferences and Conventions
  • Political Debates
  • Dignitary Visits
  • Parades

At Sentry Security, we have the experience and resources necessary to provide the highest level of service in event safety and security. Sentry provides a wide range of event services to meet the specific needs of event coordinators. When providing event security, we take many factors into account, such as:

  • Event location and environment
  • Event venue
  • Type of event
  • Estimated number of attendees
  • Budget of coordinators

We coordinate with local law enforcement and medical emergency teams, as well as provide event risk assessments. We have provided event security services and project management for decades and are proud to offer the best in event security.

Sentry Security officers are selected to perfectly fit the requirements of our clients. All aspects, from officer uniform to their duties, can be fully tailored to provide the highest level of safety and security for any given event. Sentry Security officers are highly trained professionals that you can depend on to perform above and beyond your expectations. Here are just a few of the things you can expect:

  • General Security
  • Regular patrols of event grounds and parking areas
  • Enforce all venue rules and regulations
  • Crowd control
  • Suspicious person and vehicle investigation
  • Controlled Area Access
  • Prevent unauthorized access to backstage and other event areas
  • Unauthorized materials check at entrances for items such as drugs or weapons
  • General Safety
  • Emergency response protocols
  • Evacuation coordination
  • Partner with local law enforcement and emergency teams
  • Create professionally written incident reports
  • Public Assistance and Support
  • Offer directions and general information
  • Assistance with unusual circumstances such as lost children, spills, etc.