Patrolling construction sites within the community: AACA PATROL will train volunteers and paid staff to patrol the community for all public and private construction to help serve as a conduit among businesses, community organizations, elected officials, municipal agencies, (city, county, state, and federal).
To ensure that minorities and women have a strong presence at the sites patrolled and are given fair chance. Minorities must be allowed to work and make a living on projects within their own community.
To ensure that sites within our community are safe and in compliance with industry rules and regulations. We will be distributing color-coded citations according to the nature of the violation noted as such: (White (Notice); Yellow (Warming); Red (Total. Violation); Green (Immediate Action). We will also be working with elected officials and other government agencies in reporting those sites found in violation.
Provide security services to construction sites with patrol cars equipped with laptops computers and strobe lights to facilitate communication. Given the growing need of security and protection within the community, this will be an important part of our venture.
AACA PATROL has a 30 minute TV Show, hosted by Erika Hammond, dedicated to the community. It was created to inform its viewers about prospective jobs and contracts in the community to make sure they get their chance. Its also educates in different aspects of the industry as well as improves and enhances skills already obtained.