HOTEL SECURITY NETWORK
The San Antonio Hotel & Lodging Association (SAHLA) has has been proactive with the security issues of its members since 2003. By adapting a system originally created by the Hotel Association of Greater Dallas, SAHLA has developed a program that provides awareness and specific information on potential criminal activities in the city and in particular, in our lodging establishments.
How our System Works
A security situation occurs at a lodging site within the network.
A representative from the property sends a detailed email describing the incident or completes the Security Network Alert form found on this website. Both types of reports are forwarded to SAHLA who, in turn, will share the alert data with all of the members in Security Network and to specific members at the San Antonio Police Department.
In many instances, the data contained in the alert will prepare/prevent similar situations from occurring at other properties and aid our law enforcement officers in arresting those responsible for the crime.
In addition to the ALERT system, a 56 page Reference Manual with supporting data and information is available to download from this page. The San Antonio manual contains an extensive list of helpful telephone numbers in our area, details on special SAPD programs, information on the six SAPD Sub-Stations to identify the station serving a specific property, Hotel related City Ordinances, and much more.
Hoteliers in the San Antonio area are encouraged to sign up for the Network System. There is no charge and membership in the Association is not required. This system is meant to be a public service to our community and to help form a bond between all of our lodging colleagues and our law enforcement partners.
SIGN UP TODAY! The registration form is included with the manual!
To download the Reference Guide, click here: Download