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How to report misconduct and non-compliance at Securitas

Every voice at Securitas is essential. We rely on our colleagues and external stakeholders to speak up whenever any situation threatens our core values and reputation. That is why we have established the Securitas Integrity Line, where cases of non-compliance can be reported.

At Securitas, our people make a difference every day. We are proud of how they demonstrate our core company values of vigilance, integrity and helpfulness while protecting people and assets worldwide. These values define who we are, and they lead our decisions and actions. 

Reporting concerns gives us the information to remedy the situation and prevent similar situations from happening again. We also believe that everyone should feel safe enough to speak up. The Securitas Integrity Line is a confidential reporting system for our employees and others. 

Securitas Integrity Line 

This tool contributes to a healthy corporate culture, where people can see that their voice is heard and actions are taken accordingly. Suppose you are a Securitas employee, partner, investor or other kinds of Securitas-linked stakeholder and would like to report a case of non-compliance related to our company. In that case, you can file your complaint via the Securitas Integrity Line. The platform is available and monitored 24/7.   

Securitas Integrity Line is not meant to replace the responsibility of management. We encourage you to report your concerns to your local HR, Legal representative, or management whenever possible. 

It should be emphasized that this process is not designed to question financial or business decisions taken by the organization, nor should it be used to reconsider any matters which have already been addressed under harassment, complaint, disciplinary or other procedures.   

Reporting by Employees

Reporting of violations can be done in many ways, the most common of which is reporting done via telephone, email or in-person to a local manager, HR representative (, Business Ethics Compliance Officer (Whistleblower Protection Officer), General Counsel or Head of Legal/Risk Manager.  

All reported cases of non-compliance with Securitas' Values and Ethics, regardless of the reporting channel, are investigated and documented according to the Securitas Whistleblowing Policy and local regulations.