CLT3 Consulting is a woman-owned security logistics company that was created to provide clients with a level of security services like no other. We intentionally provide our clients with that special touch of diplomacy, customer service and a sharp eye for details. For more than a decade CLT3 has worked to establish a footprint that moves and grows with the changing times. We listen to our clients; we work with our clients to ensure we capture the very essence of what today’s clients are seeking. No matter what type of venue, no matter how high profile our clients are, everyone is treated with that same special service to detail. Give us a call or send an email, we look forward to helping you start your new beginning!

Risk Analysis

We use analytical security assessments and operational techniques to identify, assess and manage opportunities, vulnerabilities and risks associated with businesses, government entities, or high-profile individuals or initiatives.

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Event Security

Out team has been responsible for the security design and management of political conventions, entertainment and sporting events, corporate conferences, economic summits, high net worth individuals, and visiting foreign heads of state.

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Our goal is to make sure that we provide our clients with the tools and skill sets they need to stay free from danger. We use our expertise to help our clients wherever they may go and for whatever security threats they may encounter.

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What Makes Us Different?

Drawing upon decades of experience protecting US Presidents and influential world leaders, CLT3 Security Logistics provides individuals, companies and government entities with personal security, risk assessment, event planning, and management logistics.

We are proud of the fact that in an industry where women have not been highly represented, we continue to thrive. Additionally, CLT3 is proud to have a diverse and inclusive team of associates, with a wealth of experience, both domestically and internationally.

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