DK Security Joins HireVeterans.com!

DK Security is a Veteran Owned Small Business!

DuHadway, Kendall & Associates, dba DK Security, was founded in 1995 by retired FBI Supervisory Special Agent, Robert C. DuHadway and retired US Marshal, John R. Kendall.  Mr. Kendall and Mr. DuHadway each retired from extensive law enforcement careers in 1994 and soon after created the fastest growing security and private investigations firm in Michigan.

DK Security consults with a worldwide network of investigators, security experts, and information specialists allowing DK Security to operate in the highest capacities anywhere in the world, providing a multitude of services and receiving awards and accolades for being one of the most influential security organizations in the region. Since its inception, DK Security has grown to over $19 million in gross annual revenue offering a variety of security related services with over 1,500 employees. DK Security is licensed to provide investigative and security services and operates in the following states: Michigan, Ohio, and Indiana.

DK Security has grown substantially as a company since 1995. However, the core values of the company – operating with integrity, honor, commitment to clients and treating employees with respect – have remained the same and earned us a reputation as the security firm that is “Always on Duty.”

 

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