Security can help protect your business against the high cost of crime. The Police Recorded Crime figures in 2011 showed over 700 burglaries per day in buildings other than dwellings. (Source: Home Office) A Break-in will cost you lost revenue, lost stock and equipment and be traumatic for staff.
Our security systems help protect you by making it as difficult as possible for you to become a target. The experts agree there are three key areas to consider in a security system;
Your security plan will be advised by our security experts taking into account the site environment, your security level access requirements and years of experience. It will include options for the alarm system, door and window security and CCTV coverage.
Your alarm system should match your building and manpower. Would you like an alarm that dials you if it is activated? Would you prefer it called a security company or the police direct? We can help you choose the system that is right for your business and budget.
What is really exciting is the affordability of high tech door entry systems. From simple access panels to biometric entry systems they all protect your entry points. Our intelligent IT security systems will help protect the things you work hard for.
Our CCTV can be remotely viewed so wherever you are you can have a quick look around to make sure your buildings are safe. CCTV can in itself be a great deterrent and allow you to view different parts of your building without even being onsite. If the worst does happen the CCTV evidence can help the police to identify the criminals and prevent them doing the same in the future.
There is some good advice on what else you can do to help protect yourself here:
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