Welcome to K9 Security Protection Limited.

When it comes to the Security of you Company and its Employees,
why no let us handle it for you, after all, it's what we do Best.

Why Choose
K9 Security Protection as your
security provider ?

Lets be honest, put a search for security services into Google and it will return a list as long as your arm. It's difficult to know who to choose, who will provide you with the level of security needed by your company. We pride ourselves on providing our clients with all the information they need to make an informed choice and offer a bespoke security solution that simply works. We are an Accredited company with years of experience across a wide range of industries. Protecting property and staff from theft, vandalism and any potential violent situations.

K9 Security Dog Team

K9 Security Dog Teams

A guards best friend, an intruders worst enemy. The last thing any criminal wants to encounter whilst committing an offence is to come face to face with a trained security dog.

Gatehouse Security

Gatehouse Security

The gatehouse is your main point of entry, it's where your customers have their first impression of your business. It's essential that it runs like clockwork and look professional.

Static Manned Guarding

Static - Manned Guarding

Manned guarding provides your company with a physical presence at your place of business. They are a deterrent to discourage any illegal activity with patrols and/or surveillance.

Head Office Qualified SIA Approved Guards
Nasdu Trained Working Dogs

About us

Security Solutions that meet your Business Requirements

We are an Established Security Company based in Northamptonshire but work extensively throughout the UK. Our clients are some of the largest companies in the country as diverse as Construction, Renewable Energy, Aggregate Quarries and Distribution Centres. Our experience in the field and professional approach will ensure the security of your property and employees, it's what defines the ethos of the company. We pride ourselves on our ability to supply a cost-effective, bespoke service to the Corporate, Private and Public sector. We work closely with our clients to achieve a service that fits their needs and surpass their expectations.

Your Security is our Business

Finding the right security provider shouldn't be difficult, you've done the hard part. Let us take the hassle of providing you with a service renowned for its professional approach and great value for money.

Fully Licensed SIA Guards

All of our security guards go through a comprehensive vetting process and are fully licensed by the Security Industry Authority who are the UK regulatory body for the private security industry.

UK Nationwide Coverage

We have numerous sites throughout the UK, no job is too large or too small and all clients will receive the same high quality service.

Accreditations

Service Sectors

With years of experience spread across a variety of different industries, we understand your needs. Most businesses are susceptible to criminal activities in one way or another, but all have their own unique security requirements. In the security industry there is no on size fits all, We understand just what it takes to secure your assets and protect your employees, providing clients with peace of mind.

The Construction Industry

The construction sector reaches every corner of the United Kingdom and touches each of our lives. It is fundamental to our economy as we invest in our future: building the homes we live in, the schools and hospitals we rely on, and the offices, factories, and transport and energy infrastructure that keep the wheels of industry turning.

Aggregate & Stone Quarries

Every construction project begins with a foundation. Whether you’re constructing a parking lot, driveway or street path, the foundation of the infrastructure requires high-quality aggregate. Aggregates are a raw material used extensively in the construction of streets, concrete, tiles, bridges, and much more.

Public & Private Buildings

Do you feel safe at work? Do you avoid the darkest parts of your car park at night or notice an increase in vandalism, violence or littering on your property? Do you have a comprehensive security plan in place? These are question you need to ask yourself.

Old & Derelict Buildings

If you own your own property, then you’re generally responsible for the upkeep of the building. The buck stops with you, whether the property is residential or commercial, and by law you have to ensure it’s safe for members of the public to enter or pass by.

Empty & Vacant Property

Vacant properties are at heightened risk from fire, deterioration and criminal activity. These risks can lead to an increase in insurance premiums, significant financial loss and damage to reputation. Owners and managers of vacant property also have a ‘duty of care’ to anyone entering the building, whether authorised or not.

Warehousing & Distribution

Logistics and distribution businesses are frequent targets for organised theft, due to the sheer volume of valuable stock held on the premises, coupled with the fact that warehouses are most often located on isolated and vulnerable industrial estates on the outskirts of towns and cities.

Solar Farms

Protecting large scale, rural solar farms can be a challenge. Thieves target solar sites for the panels, wiring, and expensive electrical equipment. Solar farm perimeters can often be vast, leaving criminals with plenty of scope for opportunity.

Storage Compounds & Yards

A storage yard can be a very enticing target for thieves, especially with the record prices that are currently available for scrap metals. Everything from steel to copper cable, lead to machinery is a desirable commodity, which is why it is important to ensure the security of the storage yard.

CCTV Monitoring

The cost effective alternative to a physical Security Presence. Although the presence of surveillance cameras alone can often deter break-ins or burglaries, CCTV monitoring is much more effective at providing continuous protection in real-time, helping to catch criminals in the act and recover stolen goods.

Our Services

Most businesses are susceptible to criminal activities in one way or another, and all have their own unique security requirements. With years of experience spread across a variety of different industries, we understand what's needed to secure your business. In the security industry there is no on size fits all, and knowbody knows that better than K9 Security Protection Limited. We can recognize any weekness you may have in your security procedures and provide solutions that work, secureing your assets, protect your employees and providing clients with peace of mind.

Manned Security Guarding

A static manned security guard is one of the most effective options that you can consider. They are a constant presence at your place of work.

Mobile Patrols & Keyholding Services

Mobile patrols are an ideal security solution for business premises, especially after working hours, when the properties are vacant and at greatest risk.

K9 Dog Security Teams

Canine security dog teams are trained to safeguard your business premises against any incidents of crime, such as theft, vandalism and violance.

Gatehouse & Access Control

First impressions count, that's why our gatehouse security guards are fully trained to handle any situation in a professional and polite manor.

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Head Office

21-24 Bradfield Rd, Wellingborough, NN8 4HB

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The Construction Industry

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Why security is so important, especially in these challenging times.

Construction underpins our economy and society. Few sectors have such an impact on communities across the UK or have the same potential to provide large numbers of high-skilled, well-paid jobs. The construction sector reaches every corner of the United Kingdom and touches each of our lives. It is fundamental to our economy as we invest in our future: building the homes we live in, the schools and hospitals we rely on, and the offices, factories, and transport and energy infrastructure that keep the wheels of industry turning.

Construction sites are regarded as an easy target for opportunistic thieves, with many contractors and vehicles entering each day as well as being completely vacated at night. Many construction sites suffer theft, yet security is often considered a ‘luxury’ (or an unnecessary evil!). Planning your construction site security is essential for preventive measures against theft and vandalism. It is common for thieves to target high value items that return the most money such as power tools, copper wires, and machinery.

If your construction project has poor on-site security then you could be at risk from criminals who will take full advantage of your lack of security planning.

Knowing how thieves operate will give you an idea of how you can protect your construction site better from their activities. Studies indicate that there are two areas of concern, one is the opportunist who takes anything of value that they can carry. They may also cause damage to work areas or vandalise machinery such as dumpers and telehandlers. The other is the organised criminal gangs that steal to order, they target the larger items such as pallet materials and small to medium size machinery.

Now we understand that companies run on a tight budget, especially in construction. Balancing the cost of security against the overall value of theft and vandalism in monetary terms needs to be justified. If you only have a minor problem, you may think it's just not worth the expense of providing security. Having this mindset will inevitably end up costing you more in substantially higher insurance premiums, penalties as a result of project delays, replacement or repair of goods and the possibility of a tarnished reputation within the industry.

Security should not be compromised based on cost alone and ignoring the problem is not the solution. K9 Security Protection offer a range of different options best suited for your needs, these include CCTV, access control systems, wireless video detection, manned-static guards, mobile patrols and dog handling teams.

Don't become a Victim of Crime, Call Us Today.

Aggregate & Stone Quarries

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Quarries are Dangerous Places, even for Criminals

Every construction project begins with a foundation. Whether you’re constructing a parking lot, driveway or street path, the foundation of the infrastructure requires high-quality aggregate. Aggregates are a raw material used extensively in the construction of streets, concrete, tiles, bridges, and much more.

The importance of this material doesn’t receive enough recognition when it comes to construction projects.

In cement, aggregate occupies the majority of volume in concrete. When you mix in aggregates, it is what pastes together the cement. It is also what changes the look and feel of the surface. The aesthetic of aggregates affects the concretes’ counter top. Moreover, the size and gradation of aggregate are important. Size can range from small fine sand to large fist-sized rocks. Generally, aggregates are blended with finer aggregates to fill in the empty spaces, which locks in the pieces. The shape of aggregate also influences its impact on concrete when it comes to workability. Angular particles are tighter and have a greater friction compared to rounded particles, which can reduce workability. Additionally, angular particles require more cement paste to coat. As far as gradation goes, coarse aggregates are roughly ten times larger than fine aggregates.

Companies that process a variety of different aggregates for different uses may have several processing systems and will stockpile each aggregate in separate areas to avoid the mixing of products and preserve the quality of the material. The first stage of aggregate processing involves quarrying where a large deposit of desirable aggregate is identified and extracted from the ground. The use of large plant machinery such as excavators, articulated dumper trucks, bulldozers, scrapers and wheeled loading shovels all play a part in the extraction of aggregates from the ground. Powerful hammers or metal jaws within the primary crusher break the rock down. Rock passes through a series of screens that sift it into different sizes.

You might think there isn't much to steel from a quarry. Well unfortunately there is, diesel fuel tanks are the number one target for thieves, followed closely by plant theft and vandalism. Gangs of criminals can empty the on-site fuel tanks within thirty minutes. The cost in lost time, staff wages and production delays are irretrievable, let alone the cost of the fuel and the expense of replacing it.

Lets eradicate vandalism and fuel theft, Call Us Today.

Public & Private Buildings

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Public and Private Buildings

Secure the safety of employees, tenants and members of the public.

Do you feel safe at work? Do you avoid the darkest parts of your car park at night or notice an increase in vandalism, violence or littering on your property? Do you have a comprehensive security plan in place? These are question you need to ask yourself. If like so many others you find yourself lacking in some areas and feel there is room for improvements then you could probably use an overhaul of your security measures.

Any site or building type can benefit from the principles of Crime Prevention. When designing a security plan, the three areas you need to protect are your outer perimeter, your inner perimeter, and your interior. If you can implement two or three forms of security at each, then you will more than likely have an effective security system.

The outer perimeter of your property is defined by your actual property boundaries. In securing the outer perimeter, your goal is to control who can walk or drive onto your property. One of the forms of perimeter security is to have a gatehouse protected by a security guard. In other cases, a simple hedge may be sufficient. In deciding what type of perimeter security to implement, you need to weigh the risk of an intruder entering your property with the cost of the available physical security measures.

Your inner perimeter consists of the doors, windows, and walls of your building. Protecting your inner perimeter is usually accomplished with locks, keys and alarm systems. The purpose of locks and keys is to keep intruders out. An electronic access control system is also a useful tool to control the flow of traffic into your inner perimeter. Finally, the alarm system warns you when the perimeter is breached.

Security measures can be cheap, relatively easy to deploy or may just involve the more targeted deployment of existing resources.

Interior security is your final level of security and consists of the interior of your building. Security cameras are an effective tool for monitoring the interior of your business as well as recording evidence of crimes for later investigation and evidence gathering. You can protect your interior with motion detectors that will sense the presence of intruders, security guards, and volunteer floor marshals. Electronic access control systems can also be employed to control the flow of traffic within your facility and prevent unauthorized people from gaining access to protected areas.

While many of the means to provide perimeter and interior security overlap (for example, security guards and cameras can protect your perimeter or interior), thinking in terms of these three levels, and trying to implement two or three physical security measures at each level, will help you to implement appropriate physical security measures.

Security should not be compromised based on cost alone and ignoring the problem is not the solution. K9 Security Protection offer a range of different options best suited for your needs, these include CCTV, access control systems, wireless video detection, manned-static guards, mobile patrols and dog handling teams.

For ways to improve the security of your Building, Call Us Today.

Old & Derelict Buildings

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These buildings are not playgrounds for the public

If you are the owner of a property, then you’re generally responsible for the upkeep of the building. The buck stops with you, whether the property is residential or commercial, and by law you have to ensure it’s safe for members of the public to enter or pass by. Derelict buildings should be secured and made as safe as possible, but again, it is the owner’s responsibility if any injuries occur as a result of falling masonry, jagged metal or broken glass. As long as the owner has made every reasonable effort to make sure the building is secure and clear ‘no trespassing’ warnings have been put up, then they should be covered legally if a trespasser is injured while on the site.

Derelict properties seem to attract vandals, so it’s important that the owners secure the property to prevent it becoming dangerous.

However, it’s also up to the owner to make sure that property which borders public rights of way such as roads or pavements is also safe and secure. If something falls from a derelict building and injures a passer-by or damages their property then the owner can be held both legally and financially responsible. From the tragic events at an illegal rave in a derelict post office in Croydon to a club in Brighton being stripped of everything of value, squatters are now more organised and sophisticated with the help of social networking.

Although squatting was made a criminal offence under section 144 of the Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Act 2012, the law remains contentious as it currently only extends to residential properties. For companies with assets in the commercial sector, squatting is still only a civil offence.

The traditional security service of manned guarding to protect property assets can be expensive, however having SIA-licensed security guards in situ gives peace of mind to owners, managers and insurers. Their focus is to bring valuable skills, expertise and industry-leading standards to maintain the integrity of the asset they are protecting.

Until the law on squatting extends to commercial premises, owners and managers must take their own preventive action by securing vacant buildings, making the property more difficult to occupy. But the drive to keep costs down need not drive property managers to unnecessary risk.

The Safety of the Public is the Responsibility of the Owner, Call Us Today.

Vacant Empty Property

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Property Owners need to Secure their Empty Buildings.

Your property is at increased risk of criminal attack because of a change of circumstances in its occupancy.

Vacant properties are at heightened risk from fire, deterioration and criminal activity. Without adequate protection, these risks can lead to an increase in insurance premiums, significant financial loss and damage to reputation. Owners and managers of vacant property also have a ‘duty of care’ to anyone entering the building, whether authorised or not. Therefore, if property is likely to be vacant for any period of time, property owners or managers should seek the services of professional security companies.

There are a range of measures that provide an appropriate level of protection for vacant property. These include the installation of security shutters and grilles, fitting electronic alarms, the use of temporary CCTV and manned security patrols. Security guarding has tended to be viewed as a ‘grudge purchase’, with many customers looking to purchase at the lowest cost and not necessarily considering how this will affect the calibre and retention of personnel, working conditions and a security company’s ability to provide a consistent quality of service.

Our highly skilled dog teams can carry out building searches, detect intruders and work towards overall protection and safety. Dog teams can prove far more effective than security guards or electronic security solutions when it comes to providing a highly efficient way to both deter, and detect any criminal activity on your site.

Why squatters target commercial premises rather than the more traditional residential homes.

Now most of us have heard the term “Squatters Rights”, this refers to The Criminal Law Act 1977, which made it an offence to threaten violence or use it to enter a property where someone is present. The law was originally introduced to stop landlords from resorting to violence to evict tenants, but it also applies to a person who is in effect a trespasser.

However, in September 2012, new legislation was introduced – Section 144 of the Legal Aid Sentencing and Punishment Offenders Act or LASPO Act. This meant that a criminal offence had been committed if:

  • A person trespasses and subsequently occupies a residential building.
  • That person knows or ought to have known that they were trespassing.
  • The person is living in the build or intends to live in the build for a period of time.

This new legislation protects residential property owners and local authorities if they discover squatters in any residential buildings they own or control. Section 144, however, does not protect owners of commercial properties. Occupying or squatting in a commercial property is still not seen as a criminal offence, which gives the offenders a stronger argument against eviction.

Protect yourself from Theft, Vandalism and Squatters, Call Us Today.

Warehousing & Distribution

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Logistics is the Backbone of the UK Economy

The Logistics and Distribution sectors are frequent targets for organised theft, due to the sheer volume of valuable stock held at their premises, coupled with the fact that warehouses are most often located on isolated and vulnerable industrial estates on the outskirts of towns and cities.

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The more accurate your inventory data, the faster you’ll pick up on theft. Without regular stock takes, you may not even notice that inventory levels are shrinking suspiciously until months down the line - by which time you’ll be haemorrhaging cash.

It is very difficult to prove that someone is guilty of warehouse theft without catching the person red-handed. It’s much easier to put security measures in place which help you avoid theft altogether.

It might seem like a no-brainer, but doing a basic background check on criminal records will drastically decrease your chances of warehouse theft. Checking with previous employers to find out how long the person worked there and why they left. Trust your gut - if you’re not sure about someone’s credibility, don’t hire them.

Make sure all your staff are aware that you have a zero-tolerance policy when it comes to theft or fraud. Have them sign a code of conduct that clearly outlines the company procedures of non-compliance. Additionally, you can identify anonymous channels for staff to report any suspicious activity. If everyone knows that their colleagues are keeping an eye out, it will deter thieves due to a higher chance of being caught.

If you experience a theft, or series of thefts, take a look at your shift register to see who was on duty when the stock went missing. If you begin to notice a pattern between missing stock and certain staff members on duty, monitor their activity in the warehouse. If you notice any suspicious behaviour (such as consistently clocking in or out at odd times) then you may need to investigate further. This can be done in-line with the company policy education and process.

Keep your pick faces and inventory storage locations as far away from your dispatch and goods-in areas as possible. The only stock that should be near these areas are incoming and outgoing orders. Provide visiting truck drivers with a dedicated lounge area to wait while orders are being loaded or unloaded. Only staff should have access to your warehouse or distribution area.

Installing security systems like access control and CCTV cameras not only deter criminals but also provide evidence of the theft that is caught on camera. These cameras should be strategically placed in high-risk areas. You can also install security mirrors to maximise visibility and prevent blind spots in hard to reach corners of your warehouse.

Security personnel should be stationed at every entrance/exit to the building. Be sure to inspect any vehicles leaving your warehouse to check for any unauthorised stock leaving the premises.

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There is a significant problem with the theft of cargo worldwide. The value of cargo theft for the European Union is estimated to be €8.2 billion annually, an average value of € 6.72 per trip. Gathering accurate numbers for cargo theft losses is difficult or impossible in many cases, due to limited reporting by the transport industry and the lack of a national law enforcement system requiring reporting and tracking uniformity. Despite these figures, cargo theft generally has a low priority status in most countries and is often perceived largely as the cost of doing business.

The greatest source of risk for businesses is trusted employees, being involved in approximately 60 percent of all losses. This is interesting when considering the fact that most countermeasures are implemented to reduce external theft.

The relationship between security and opportunity is the predominant understanding of security in different contexts. This depends on the premise that security only can deter or repel a motivated perpetrator from committing a crime by limiting the opportunities for a certain crime.

These opportunities can be reduced and focused opportunity reduction can produce wider declines in crime. It is the theory behind security.

Security means the interaction between physical obstructing artefacts (locks, fences, Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) etc.) and the intervention of humans, with the aim of reducing theft, sabotage and other types of illegal activity.

There are different preventive methods that can be used to reduce the risk of theft, but the primary method is to use physical security countermeasures correctly (fences, locks, seals, guards etc). The objectives for these types of countermeasures are to make the theft both harder and riskier to commit.

Trust is Important, but Security is Vital within the Supply Chain, Call Us Today.

Solar Farms

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The most popular method of harvesting sunlight in order to create energy is solar farming, and it is quickly becoming one of the most preferred new investments for companies and independent investors. Solar farms are large scale applications of solar photovoltaic (PV) systems, providing a source of safe, locally produced renewable energy for many years after construction.

Given the huge costs of setting up and operating a solar farm, security should not be an afterthought. Standard security measures can either be marginally effective but flawed or at worst, an unreliable ongoing expensive.

The theft of solar panels is profitable for the criminals involved. Whether they choose to re-fit them at a price or sell them on, solar panels offer a resale value which criminals deem worth the risk.eiciendis culpa ullam quibusdam eveniet. Dolorum alias ducimus, ad, vitae delectus eligendi, possimus magni ipsam repudiandae iusto placeat repellat omnis veritatis adipisci aliquam hic ullam facere voluptatibus ratione laudantium perferendis quos ut. Beatae expedita, itaque assumenda libero voluptatem adipisci maiores voluptas accusantium, blanditiis saepe culpa laborum iusto maxime quae aperiam fugiat odit consequatur soluta hic. Sed quasi beatae quia repellendus, adipisci facilis ipsa vel, aperiam, consequatur eaque mollitia quaerat. Iusto fugit inventore eveniet velit.

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The cost effective alternative to a physical Security Presence, Call Us Today.

Storage Compounds & Yards

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Storage yard means the use of land to store material, equipment, or vehicles, and any structures associated with the outdoor storage. This use includes bulk fuel, vehicle compounds, bulk materials, large equipment, cargo shipping containers.

A storage yard can be a very enticing target for thieves, especially with the record prices that are currently available for scrap metals. Everything from steel to copper cable to lead to machinery is a desirable commodity, which is why it is important to ensure the security of the storage yard.

One of the best solutions for deterring criminals from a construction site is a wireless security system. This is a cost-effective strategy that will provide all of the specific security requirements that a storage yard facility needs. These systems are designed to warn off any intruders as well as monitor their movements if they are to enter the premises. Since the system is wireless, it is more robust as well as being less liable to tampering and interference. Also, there is a lot more flexibility when it comes to where equipment is placed, as there are no restrictions when it comes to cables and wires.

Another important aspect of storage yard security is fire alerts, in order to protect the facilities from damage by fire. A fire in a storage yard can be very dangerous and not only can it cause a lot of damage to the products and buildings, it can also cause harm to the employees on site and the surrounding community. There are a range of security products that can send out warnings and alerts in the event of a fire. They are well suited to storage yards because they are portable and wireless and they can be monitored by a remote station that is operating 24/7, every day of the year.

Wireless security systems have a number of advantages for storage yards over conventional systems with wired alarms and CCTV. The lack of cabling means that the system can be quickly and easily installed with considerable savings. Also, this means that there is no need for the alarm system to be restricted to one place by a fixed cable – it can be placed in any location required, even those places where it could be impossible or expensive to run a cable.

Another advantage of the wireless system is that the cameras can be easily moved. With fixed traditional wired systems, once the cable has been laid the camera cannot be moved. This means that the criminals can figure out the position of the security cameras and conduct their activities outside of these areas. With a portable wireless system, alarms and cameras can always be moved to new locations and can even be reused on new storage yard sites, which can save a lot of money.

While CCTV is great, sometimes you need on-site security personnel to patrol the site, to implement security access procedures and to assist any legitimate visitors. Physical security measures, such as fencing, security lighting, locking gates and security site access control are just as important. It's likely that as an industrial business you're looking for yard space to store valuable equipment and materials securely until you need them. If that's the case, you'll want to make sure that your chosen yard can sufficiently protect your investment. This is the bare minimum security that you should consider, particularly if you're planning on storing thousands of pounds' worth of machinery, vehicles and materials on-site.

When you need more space, you need a secure place., Call Us Today.

CCTV Monitoring

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CCTV monitoring is when an individual will observe the activity of a property or premises through strategically placed surveillance cameras. Images from each camera are then sent to a control centre or remote monitoring station. From there, a trained operator can detect any suspicious activity and take appropriate action, such as delivering an audible warning, sending in security personnel to investigate or contacting the authorities.

Although the presence of surveillance cameras alone can often deter break-ins or burglaries, CCTV monitoring is much more effective at providing continuous protection in real-time, helping to catch criminals in the act and recover stolen goods. We provide both tilt and pan cameras for surveillance that can be installed anywhere by our trained representatives efficiently. Our CCTV cameras can capture high-definition recordings of your site 24 hours a day and relay their feed to a trained team of professionals at our end. If you also want to see your site, you can login any-time into our system. When integrated with sensors, our CCTV cameras can provide a highly enhanced security solution for your site.

Key Benefits of having CCTV Installed

  • Prevent Crime – The sight of security cameras along with a CCTV monitoring sign can prevent criminals from breaking and entering
  • Proactive Security – Rather than reviewing images after an incident has taken place, live monitoring provides a real-time response
  • Round-the-Clock Protection – Your property or premises will never go without protection, regardless of whether its day or night
  • Cost-Effective – A comprehensive CCTV system and just one skilled operative is much cheaper than hiring multiple security guards
  • Immediate Response – Whenever there is any suspicious activity, CCTV monitoring allows for an immediate response
  • Visual Verification – Trained operators will be able to accurately verify any events or incidents
  • Save Money – CCTV monitoring can help reduce insurance premiums among several providers

Whether it is a vacant property that you own, your business location or a construction site, the right security measures can definitely add to your peace of mind and comfort. Guarding or monitoring your site 24 hours a day is quite impossible, therefore CCTV security cameras might be the preferred solution.

The cost effective alternative to a physical Security Presence, Call Us Today.