Manned Guarding Ipswich
By choosing a security solution such as manned guarding, Ipswich businesses can ensure their premises remain protected against burglaries and break-ins. Access Facilities Management has been extending its manned guarding services to organisations throughout Suffolk for many years now, consistently delivering the very best in professionalism and proficiency.
All of our security officers come from proven security, military, or police backgrounds, are screened to comply with BS7858:2012, and have SIA licenses.
In addition to receiving training according to their deployment, our security personnel will also be taught how to integrate into your business for the most seamless solution possible.
To discuss your security needs such as manned guarding, get in touch with us today. Call 01502 507746 or send your enquiry via our contact page.
The advantages of manned guarding – Ipswich
In spite of increasingly advanced technology, people power can’t be underestimated when it comes to security. In fact, several of the following advantages can only be enjoyed by choosing a manned guarding solution.
- Clear deterrent – Along with discouraging illegal activity, manned guarding will also safeguard your most valuable assets.
- Always on the scene – There is no response delay with manned guarding, as security personnel will always be on the scene.
- Reliable reporting – Every report provided by a security officer will be reliable, with no chance of false alarms either.
- Better surveillance – When combined with CCTV, manned guarding can deliver round-the-clock surveillance, which doesn’t miss any detail.
- Peace of mind – Everyone that visits your place of business, be it staff or customers, will feel much safer in the presence of a security officer.
- Multitude of senses – Unlike technology, manned guarding can utilise sight, sound, and even smell to prevent crime.
- Better reputation – Your duty of care along with any health and safety protocol can be achieved with manned guarding.
The need for manned guarding – Ipswich
According to figures for the last calendar year, total recorded crime in Suffolk has risen by a total of three per cent. While rate offences per 1,000 in 2018 were lower than the national average, concerns have been raised over the growing number of crimes with long-term impacts on victims such as robberies.
Even so, police insisted the chances of being a victim of any crime remained slim, compared to the national rate.
“Suffolk Constabulary is managing an overall increase in the numbers of crimes reported alongside a rise in the nature of their complexity,” said Suffolk Police Detective Chief Superintendent Eamonn Bridger.