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Benefits of Choosing Phoenix Special Police & SAS

There is a significant peace of mind that comes with having a team of sworn police officers or special armed service officers watching over you and your place of business.  

"Above The Rest"

Our Values

Take Care of Our Employees

Provide the mentorship, resources, and the tools necessary for employees to grow professionally, technically and personally


Why We Do It
At PSP & SAS we believe that our service a purpose,
cause, and meaning. We believe we make a difference.


Our Mission
Make a Difference

Add value daily and leave every project better

Maintain Our Professionalism

Exhibit the highest in ethical behavior and professional integrity 

What We Do
PSP & SAS offers "Peace of Mind." We are focused on preemptive solutions that avoid or defuse situations before they become events, so our client partners can focus on their core business objectives and mission. 

Our Goals
Deliver Results to Our Clients

Provide our clients with what they want and what they need on time and above expectations

Be the Business of Choice

Committed to delivering innovative, responsive, and cost-effective services and solutions

      Johnny LeJeune
       Chief of Police

Combined 21 years Military experience including service in US Army -82nd Airborne, 2nd Infantry and 10th Mountain Division including service as- Air assault/Pathfinder, long range recognizance detachment, graduate of SERES School (Survival, Evasion, Resistance, Escape). Senior Parachutist “Bronze Star Combat Parachutist Badge” with multiple combat deployments as a platoon sergeant. Also served in US Army Reserve as Military Police


Combined 18 years’ experience as a Law Enforcement Officer. Including service as a Patrol Deputy and Vice Narcotics. Currently serving as the Chief of Police for Phoenix Special Police for the last 7 years.




Member of the NCACP (North Carolina Association of Chief’s of Police and

North Carolina Association of Private Investigators (Business AssociateMember)


Marcus Alexander
Director of Operations
S3 (Operations & Planning)

7 years’ experience in in The United States Marine Corps assigned to 3rd Battalion, 2nd Marines and served as a Communications Supervisor and Machine Gunner. 2 combat deployments in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom with over 120 dismounted and mounted patrols conducted during deployment as a Sergeant.

12 years of Law Enforcement experience as both a patrol officer and special police officer. NCCJTS (North Carolina Criminal Justice Training & Standards) Certified General Instructor, and currently serving as operations manager over all field supervisors and officers for Phoenix Special Police & SAS






(Current undergraduate student)
Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice Administration


Andrea Huber
Director of HR and Administration
S1 (Personnel Administration)

15 years’ experience as CEO of a Successful vending business.

3 years’ experience as a paralegal after passing the North Carolina State Bar- Paralegal exam and becoming certified. As well as 10 years’ experience as a notary public


6 years’ experience in human resources and administrative roles, with 3 years’ experience in the security field. Currently director of human resources and head of the accounts and administrative division.



at Chapel Hill                                                             at Greensboro

Bachelor of Arts in Psychology                                     Paralegal Certificate

Phoenix News

Officer 2nd Class Chris Gerrety has been promoted to Corporal. Officer Gerrety has been an example of excellence in service and has begun his new position as a field supervisor for Phoenix SAS. Also promoted was Ofc. Tracy Perdue (not pictured) who was promoted to Ofc. 2nd Class for excellence in service.

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 (Chief Lejeune)
(Corporal Gerrety)
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