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Manned Guarding Lowestoft

Would you like to increase the security of your business premises with manned guarding? Lowestoft locals can call upon Access Facilities Management for the professional help of our highly trained officers.

All of our seasoned staff come from proven security, military or police backgrounds, are screened to comply with BS7858:2012, and have SIA licenses for added peace of mind.

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.

To know more about manned guarding, Lowestoft businesses should get in touch with us today on 01502 507746 or fill out our online enquiry form.

 

What you get with manned guarding – Lowestoft business advantages

Even though businesses can now choose from a wide range of technology to boost security, the advantages of manned guarding cannot be underestimated. These include:

  • Visual deterrent – The sight of a security officer will be an immediate deterrent to any criminal.
  • Reliable reporting – Every report provided by a security officer will be reliable, with no chance of false alarms either.
  • Always on the scene – There is no response delay with manned guarding, as security personnel will always be on the scene.
  • Greater surveillance – If you have a CCTV surveillance system, manned guarding can keep an eye on any suspicious activity.
  • People power – Security officers benefit from both sight and sound, offering a human touch that technology cannot replicate.
  • Enhanced reputation – You can meet your duty of care as an employer by enlisting the assistance of manned guarding.
  • Peace of mind – You can rest assured that your assets will remain secure and your staff will remain safe.

 

Manned guarding – Lowestoft information

According to the HMICFRS’s assessment of Suffolk Constabulary in 2019, the police needs to improve some aspects of how it plans for the future. Although it does well to prevent crime and tackle anti-social behaviour in Lowestoft, Suffolk Constabulary must improve the way it investigates crime through better training and more effective supervision.

“The force operates efficiently, but needs a clear and detailed future plan to make its intended significant long-term improvements to its service,” says Zoë Billingham, Her Majesty’s Inspector of Constabulary. “It will need to improve its understanding of the demands upon it and the capabilities of its workforce to achieve this.”

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