ACMS is the Largest and Most Experienced School Crossing Guard Company in the Nation.

Interested in working as a Crossing Guard?

Interested in contracting with ACMS?

33+ Years

25+ States

260+ Programs

Why ACMS Crossing Guards?

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Local Supervision

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Professional Training Certification

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Coordinates School Schedules

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$10 Million Insurance Protection

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Relieve Personnel of Crossing Guard Duties

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Eliminates Workers Compensation and Unemployment Claims

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Employee Background Clearance

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Alternates for Site Vacancies

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Ongoing Safety Inspections

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Complaint and Problem Resolution

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Relieve Staff of Program Management Duties

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Eliminates Scheduling and Payroll Responsibilities

Frequently Asked Questions

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Will our current Crossing Guards keep their jobs?
Yes, our goal is to maintain the jobs and site assignments for all current and qualified Crossing Guards.

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Do you bring in guards from other areas?
No, we typically recruit and hire from the local community.

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Why do you need to know the wages of our current Crossing Guards?
To maintain their wages and incorporate them into our pricing.

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Will you call on the city to staff positions if you cannot?
No, we will handle all staffing challenges. We are contractually obligated to fill them.

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How long does it take to transfer over the Crossing Guard program?
Once all contractual agreements are completed, we conduct a 3-4 hour orientation and processing meeting. At the conclusion of this meeting the transfer is complete.

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What is the term of the initial contract?
Typically, we contract from 1 to 5 years, depending on our client’s preference.

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What role does the city play once we privatize the program?
Minimal, we handle all aspects of the program, but some agencies may want to maintain a role in the program.

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How are problems and complaints handled?
We investigate and log all complaints and their resolution.

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What kind of Insurance do we have?
Worker’s Compensation Insurance and General Liability Insurance.

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What happens if a Crossing Guard is injured?
They are treated at a local medical facility. Additionally, an Incident Report is completed and forwarded to our client.

We look forward to meeting you!