"As an elite security, consultancy, and investigation firm, we surpass expectations, embrace diversity, give back to the community, and constantly improve our processes to stay ahead."-Tegan BroadwaterOUR CLIENTSOur clients include Fortune 100 Companies, small businesses, law firms, private schools, City/County operations, high-risk individuals or businesses, private wealth individuals, and more…DIVERSITY & INCLUSIONWe are a minority and woman-owned business, comprised of over 50% military veterans and a uniquely diversified employee base. We are also proud recipients of the State of Texas American Legion Employer Award.WE GIVE BACKWe actively support charitable causes such as mentoring boys of incarcerated parents, art therapy for military veterans with PTSD, relief for fallen police officers’ families, and social education and therapy for black women and girls.OUR MISSIONOur mission is to perform beyond expectations. At our core, we believe in delivering a higher-level service far surpassing industry standards and client expectations. Our tailored solutions save valuable time and alleviate the stress of busy individuals who cannot afford to worry about their security.TSN WAS FOUNDED IN 2008 BY TEGAN BROADWATERTegan is a former undercover Fort Worth Police Narcotic and Gang Unit Officer with extensive experience in protection, vulnerability assessments, and criminal and civil investigations. Joined by Holli Broadwater, a Prax Leadership Academy graduate with 20+ years of expertise in accounting and business, they navigated the challenges of building the firm from the ground up without borrowing a dime. They leverage fortitude and solid relationships to grow their team of over 65 employees and prioritize personal and professional development while providing exceptional service to clients and employees.Tegan also authored the popular book, “Life in the Fishbowl: The harrowing true story of an undercover cop who took down 51 of the nation’s most notorious Crips and his cultural awakening amidst a poor, gang-infested neighborhood.” Tegan donates all the book’s profits to charities that mentor children of incarcerated parents. Additionally, Tegan and Holli dedicate time and money to similar causes that impact positive change.