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Manned Guarding Bury St Edmunds

To prevent unauthorised access and occupation of your property or premises, be sure to use Access Facilities Management’s manned guarding. Bury St Edmunds businesses can benefit from a psychical presence and deterrent that will discourage illegal activity and protect valuable assets.

All of our staff have proven security, military, or police backgrounds, hold SIA licenses, and are screened to comply with BS7858:2012. We also put our employees through strict training according to their deployment.

In addition to an increased security presence, manned guarding can welcome members of the public to your place of business too. We take great pride in our professionalism, while also recognising the fact that security officers are often the first point of contact for your staff and customers.

If you would like to know more about manned guarding, get in touch with us today on 01502 507746 or fill out our online enquiry form.


What are the benefits of manned guarding? Bury St Edmunds

Manned guarding remains incredibly useful and effective, with a level of security that even the most advanced technology cannot provide. Some of the main benefits include:

  • Obvious deterrent – Manned guarding not only deters and discourages illegal activity, it also safeguards your assets.
  • Quick response – There is no response delay with manned guarding, as security officers will be there no matter what.
  • Accurate reporting – You can put your faith in manned guarding to always provide accurate security reports.
  • Better surveillance – Security officers can keep an eye on your CCTV systems in real time and take the right course of action immediately.
  • Peace of mind – Staff and customers are sure to feel safer and more secure if manned guarding is present.
  • Human touch – With the ability to pick up on both sight and sound, security officers provide the human touch.
  • Better reputation – Your duty of care along with any health and safety protocol can be achieved with manned guarding.


Why do you need manned guarding? Bury St Edmunds

Recent crime figures for Suffolk, released by the Office of National Statistics, show that offences have risen by nine per cent year-on-year compared to the previous 12 months. Excluding fraud, there were a total of 52,924 recorded crimes in Suffolk.

Responding to the publication, Suffolk Assistant Chief Constable Rachel Kearton said:

“These latest figures, in general, reflect the national trend of increases in various crime categories. We are constantly reviewing all crime being reported to us to ensure we deploy our resources effectively.”

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