Car Park Security Suffolk
With our car park security, Suffolk businesses don’t need to worry about the threat of vehicle vandalism or theft. Through the use of trained personnel and the latest technology such as CCTV monitoring, we can provide round-the-clock protection and invaluable peace of mind.
Access Facilities Management recognises that most modern-day vehicles are extremely expensive, and that owners often leave equally valuable possessions inside. Therefore, we aim to keep the cars of your staff, customers, and members of the public secure at all times.
Our experience and expertise can be utilised in retail environments, at industrial estates, or for distribution centres. We can even offer assistance with ticketing and fines for cars that are parked illegally.
To discuss car park security, Suffolk businesses should contact Access Facilities Management today – call 01502 507746 or fill out our online enquiry form.
Advantages of car park security – Suffolk
Even though it’s often an afterthought for several businesses, car park security can actually bring about a number of advantages, including:
- Record keeping – Maintain records of who enters and exits your car park with controlled access
- Financial gain – Ensure all car owners pay for the privilege of parking with pay and display or electronic systems
- Parking management – Security guards can double as parking officers to keep an eye on tickets and permits
- Customer service – Security guards can also act as a point of contact for customers needing help
- Cutting-edge automation – Technology such as CCTV remote monitoring and ANPR systems can cut down costs
- Cleaning and maintenance – The picking up of litter and the recovery of shopping trolleys
- Vehicle protection – Last but not least, car park security means all vehicles remain protected no matter what
Contact us for more information about any of these benefits.
Car park security – Suffolk crime rates
According to HonestJohn.co.uk, the average offence rate for car crime in Suffolk is above the national average, with 153 crimes per 10,000 registered cars. Theft from a motor vehicle and criminal damage makes up 88 per cent of all car crimes, while less than 10 per cent of incidents involve a car being stolen.
In January 2018, police in Ipswich moved to tackle a ‘significant rise’ in car crime by making six arrests. For the previous months of October, November and December, police recorded nearly 250 instances of aggravated vehicle taking, interfering with a motor vehicle, and theft from or of a motor vehicle.