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Red Bank, NJ 07701


Frank Consoli

Chief Executive Officer

Frank Consoli is President and Chief Executive Officer for United Security Inc., (USI) and is a 17-year veteran of the company. He has been in the private security sector for over 28 years. Frank joined USI in 2005 and has successfully grown the organization to be one of best security service providers throughout the country. In 2015, he was instrumental in starting USI Integrated Solutions a technology company that offers cutting edge technology security solutions for USI’s clients. Frank received his B.A. in Criminal Justice from St. Anselm College and enrolled in MBA classes from Sacred Heart University. Frank has taken several promotions within the industry throughout his career, which lead him to his former position as Vice President/ General Manager for a national security provider responsible for 90 million in revenue. Frank is a member of NASCO, ASIS, ALDONYS and BOMA. Frank is a rare breed of ability, desire and humility and as a Principal of USI he will continue to set the mark within the industry.

United Security Inc. (USI) provides contract security solutions and investigation services to a select group of vertical markets. For the past 30 years, USI has created safe, secure environments for commercial and government employees and customers by investing in our people, innovation and relationships. USI is committed to delivering:

  • Responsive management and security personnel
  • Continuous quality improvement and training
  • Consistent, client-focused service and performance

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Security Officer Bobby Allen Awarded Certificate of Appreciation

February 27, 2023

Security Officers are trained to observe a multitude of items including what is happening right outside a building where he and or she is on patrol.  At Approximately 11:00 PM Security Officer Bobby Allen observed a woman leave the lobby of the building he was working in and proceed out into the 10-degree weather.  Officer Read More