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CCTV monitoring Essex

If you require CCTV monitoring in Essex for the protection of your business’s property or premises, consider choosing Access Facilities Management. We have years of industry experience in safeguarding the assets of countless clients across the county.

Access Facilities Management is proud to have a long-established client list and strong reputation for unrivalled service, made possible by our highly trained members of staff. We can design a tailor-made security solution according to your unique requirements, which can include but is not limited to CCTV monitoring.


What is CCTV monitoring?

CCTV monitoring is when a control centre (also called a remote monitoring station) observes the activity of a property or premises through the use of surveillance cameras. Skilled operators will have access to the site’s own security system and sometimes be able to move the cameras too.

If there is any unusual activity such as trespassing or a break-in, the control centre will act immediately by contacting the site’s keyholder, security personnel, or the authorities.

The 24/7 nature of CCTV monitoring means that your business can benefit from a round-the-clock security solution. You can also rest assured that any threats to your property or premises will be dealt with swiftly.


More about Access Facilities Management

For CCTV monitoring and every other security solution Access Facilities Management has available, we aim to recognise and mitigate threats before they have a chance to develop into something more serious. We are also available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for your convenience.

We are a privately owned family business with nearly a decade of security industry experience. This means that we have close working relationships with all of our clients but still maintain a high standard of service for greater peace of mind.

At Access Facilities Management, all of our employees have proven security, military, or police backgrounds for the ultimate in professionalism and proficiency. They are also screened to comply with BS7858:2012 and are given specific training according to their deployment, which can include security guarding, door supervision, and CCTV monitoring.

Additional security from Access Facilities Management can include:

  • Security officers and mobile patrols
  • Keyholding and alarm response
  • Reception duties
  • Vehicle tracking
  • Security for special events
  • Hospitals, car parks, construction sites, and much more


The need for CCTV monitoring in Essex

Analysis of two million home insurance quotes by comparison website MoneySuperMarket found that many parts of Essex and London are among the most burgled in the UK, with only three postcodes in the top 20 areas outside of the southeast of England.

Matters aren’t helped by the fact that Essex Police recently announced it wanted to cut the number of PCSOs (Police Community Support Officers) from 251 to 60 across the country. The force also suggested that 15 police stations would close, making 62 staff redundant and severely reducing the opening hours of the remaining 10.

With fewer officers patrolling the streets and reduced manpower in police stations, there is a now a greater need for businesses to adopt CCTV monitoring in Essex.

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