SAGAM Securité Senegal, created in December 1985, is now the leader in the Security Market in Senegal. The company has a workforce of nearly 4,500 employees and ranks in the top third in terms of the number of people employed and tax contribution in Senegal.
Guard services: Installing surveillance systems and patrol guard systems where the agent is required to check and verify the status of the security system, the mechanical and/or electronic protection controls and to report any dysfunction or failure based on the guidelines and procedures established with the client’s participation. An operational centre (control room) centralizes all the information gathered in the field and the guard on duty is responsible for coordinating all the operations that take place during the day as well as at night.
Sorting Center: In existence for nearly 20 years, it meets all the technical standards for fund processing from both large clients and bank collection agencies. This centre was first established as a pilot in 2003 at the request of CBAO at the start of the demonetisation of the 500, 1,000, 2,500, 5,000, and 10,000 currency notes in the range of 1991. This was the first centre of its kind created in the sub-region. Over the years, as I capitalised on its experience, it has become an operator trusted by major banking institutions such as CBAO, BICIS, Citibank, Credit du Senegal, Bank Atlantique, Bank of Africa, BSIC, UBA and Ecobank Senegal, among others.
Transportation of cash and valuables: Our agents ensure the transport of your valuables, whatever their nature, in total security anywhere in the country. Also, prior to starting any business relation, a full security audit of the sites is conducted.
Sending and receiving currencies: The movement of currencies must be secured from the moment they are sent or received. It is therefore very important that the initiators of such transactions who are based abroad have a safe relay to handle these operations the way they would. We have a full range of services to offer to financial institutions to implement this activity.
Alarm Response: This consists of a continuous operation Supervised Alarm System with intervention teams. Using a remote control, the customer can turn the system on or off as well as request emergency assistance when needed (e.g. in case of intrusion, attack, illness, fire, etc.).
Banks and financial institutions; embassies; industries, residences; international or private entities.
Armored vehicles that meet international standards.
4 x 4 vehicles for daily rounds and rapid intervention.
Electronic protection systems.
Central remote surveillance stations
Communications Equipment: Trunked Radio System, etc.
Sorting and counting equipment for notes and coins
Wrapping and conservation materials
Digital and visual traceability of all operations.