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CCTV monitoring London

In order to protect your property or premises and its most valuable assets, consider CCTV monitoring in London from Access Facilities Management. Our years of experience, industry expertise, and highly trained staff will contribute to a safer and more secure working environment.

In addition to CCTV monitoring, Access Facilities Management can also provide your business with a number of other services, such as key holding, mobile patrols, and manned guarding. You will be given a tailor-made solution according to your circumstances for the best security possible.

What you need to know about CCTV monitoring in London

CCTV monitoring uses strategically placed security cameras to oversee all activity that takes place at your property or premises. A skilled operator is often able to move each individual camera from a remote monitoring station, which is also known as a control centre.

If the operator notices suspicions behaviour or criminal activity, they will take appropriate action immediately. For example, contacting the site’s keyholder, security personnel, or the police.

This kind of round-the-clock surveillance is an invaluable security measure for numerous organisations. There is little to no chance of suffering from loss or damage as the result of a burglary or break-in.

CCTV monitoring in London from Access Facilities Management

We are an ISO 9001 privately owned family business with over forty years’ experience within the security industry. Thanks to a long established client list and strong reputation for excellent service, you can rest assured that your security requirements will be met with the utmost proficiency.

Every security package we supply is individual, from CCTV monitoring to high profile uniformed officers. Our aim is to provide you with the most appropriate security package for the protection of assets and the safeguarding of staff.

Access Facilities Management only supplies fully trained, SIA licensed personnel who must have proven security, military, or police backgrounds. Employees will also aim to integrate into your own team and adhere to high standards of customer service.

The need for CCTV monitoring in London

According to data from The London Metropolitan Police Service, there was a reported 48,650 commercial property thefts and burglaries in the capital between July 2016 and June 2017. The City of Westminster experienced the highest number of thefts, while Richmond upon Thames had the lowest.

The statistics also showed that commercial burglaries are an increasing problem, with a 10 per cent rise in crimes in 2016-17 compared to the previous year, underlining the need for CCTV monitoring in London.

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