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ACSU Armed Reaction

ACSU Armed Reaction offers the deployment of modern, reliable electronic alarm systems backed by highly trained security specialists. Reaction covers the fields of commercial, industrial and domestic concerns. This includes installation, monitoring and maintenance of all security equipment. All systems are linked to 24 hour, state-of-the-art control rooms that will dispatch armed reaction units the moment an alarm or panic is raised.

ACSU offers a unique in-car monitoring system that will immediately notify and dispatch the nearest reaction vehicle with the control room as back-up.

Reaction vehicles on 24 hour call, with SAPS linked back-up
Dedicated vehicles with armed back-up
Manageable number of clients per response vehicle
In-car monitoring


Our approach to Total Security Solutions is why our Guarding division is so highly successful. We currently have +\- 582 guards patrolling over 156 sites.


Professional, supervised and qualified guards.
Warehousing professionals and loss control specialists.
Mining security
Banking security.
Security to housing estates and closures.
Retail and commercial guards.
Armed officers and guards
Trained dog handlers and guards
Trained security managers and supervisors
Horse and equestrian security


All guards graded and P.S.I.R.A registered as required by law.
Guards fully informed of their duties required on posts.
Guards are visited on non-regular base and on the job training is done when necessary.

Guards are issued with ACSU uniform and equipment as required on post.
Specific duties as required by client must be submitted in writing to ACSU.


Riot control refers to the measures used by our security forces to control, disperse, and arrest civilians who are involved in a riot, demonstration, or protest.

If a riot is spontaneous and irrational, actions which cause people to stop and think for a moment (e.g. loud noises or issuing instructions in a calm tone) can be enough to stop it.

However, these methods usually fail when there is severe anger with a legitimate cause, or the riot was planned or organized.

Law enforcement officers or soldiers have long used less lethal weapons such as batons and whips to disperse crowds and detain rioters.

Since the 1980s, riot control officers have also used tear gas, pepper spray, rubber bullets, and electric tasers.

In some cases, riot squads may also use Long Range Acoustic Devices, water cannons, armoured fighting vehicles, aerial surveillance, security dogs or mounted officers on horses.

Officers performing riot control typically wear protective equipment such as riot helmets, face visors, body armor (vests, neck protectors, knee pads, etc.), gas masks and riot shields. 


Pro-active patrolling with high visibility
Dedicated vehicles in each area for faster response times.
Phone-in facility
Panic systems


24 hour monitoring of alarm and panic signals
Police link-up for emergencies
Telephone and/or radio monitoring
Fully equipped control room manned by ezperienced, competent staff.


We are currently in control of the pounding of stray animals in the Highveld region. We have extensive knowledge on the law of pounding of stray animals and are working close together with the SAPS stock theft unit.