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At Tactical Solutions International, Inc., our ethical business values are cornerstone to our success. We firmly believe that not only our Company should follow and endorse all legal, moral and ethical standards, but our management team, employees and sub-contractors must hold these same values at their core. This is how we conduct our business.

Since our inception in 2003, Tactical Solutions International, Inc. has been driven to set the standard for business conduct throughout the tactical training and private security industry. Our Code of Ethics and Business Conduct informs all our employees of the company's expectations and of their responsibilities and obligations as they relate to our fundamental values of legal, moral and ethical conduct.

Code of Ethics for Tactical Solutions International, Inc.

  • To conduct business in a legal, ethical and moral manner.
  • To conduct business in accordance with the spirit and letter of all laws, codes and regulations.
  • Any acts or practices of discrimination are strictly prohibited.
  • Any acts of harassment are strictly prohibited.
  • Maintain high standards of integrity, honesty and professionalism at all times.
  • Protect all company assets and proprietary information. Disclose only that information to those with the right to know. The right to know will be determined by a legally enforceable claim of that right.
  • Avoid any actions which may be misleading as to our business practices or which could be considered a conflict of interest.
  • Avoid conflicts of interest and refuse any gifts, favors or services in or for the performance or our duties.
  • Show concern for the communities in which we are working and be a moral and professional example to all members.
  • Use sound judgment and discretion in the performance of our duties.
  • Report any wrongdoing or inappropriate behavior by fellow employees to a supervisor.
  • Candidates must be able to pass classroom and field test requirements on an ongoing basis to be determined by management.
  • Up to date certificates and licensures must be held in weapons, secondary weapons and lifesaving techniques.
  • People skills and negotiation skills are a must. Continuing education classes will be required as management sees fit and according to changing environments and responsibilities.