Stryke's Core Belief

Stryke was founded in 2018 and much has changed since. Yet our basic beliefs remain unchanged. As in the past, everything we do today is based on our strong values – Integrity, Vigilance, and Helpfulness – which have helped us ensure global business success for decades.

“Our purpose answers the question why. Why does Stryke exist? Why do we get up in the morning and – with pride – put on the uniform? Our purpose influences how we shape our strategy and how we behave. Our purpose unites us. Our purpose comes down to who we are and what we want to achieve,” says Donald Ricci.

Safety is a basic premise for all of us to enjoy life with friends and family and to do well when we are at work. The threats to our safety are ever increasing and becoming more and more complex. Therefore, our commitment at Stryke to helping our clients make their world a safer place is more important than ever.

Stryke Values

Our values are the foundation of our operations and the corporate culture is built on these values that help to shape a long-term, financially successful enterprise by creating value for customers and employees. They are summarized in three words: Integrity, Vigilance and Helpfulness.

Our values are the foundation of our operations and the corporate culture is built on these values that help to shape a long-term, financially successful enterprise by creating value for customers, employees and shareholders. They are summarized in three words: Integrity, Vigilance and Helpfulness.

The main purpose of our corporate culture is to develop competent, specialized employees and qualified professionals, whose role is to make society safer for everyone. Stryke success is ultimately measured by the trust we earn in our communities.

Integrity

A Stryke employee is honest and therefore trusted to work unsupervised on the customer's premises and with valuables. Securitas never compromises in its demand for integrity. Integrity also includes openly expressing one's opinion, reporting improprieties and not withholding information.

Vigilance

Professionalism entails seeing, hearing and evaluating, and a Stryke employee is always attentive. Professionals develop an intuition that helps us to notice things that others don't. Their vigilance is needed in order to stay aware of potential risks or incidents that are taking place on our customers' premises.

Helpfulness

Helpfulness is about our employees always being ready to assist within the context of a particular assignment.