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  • Manned Guarding

    Guarding premises against unauthorised access or occupation, providing a deterrent against the destruction, damage or theft of property.

  • Mobile Patrols

    Providing a highly effective visual and physical deterrent against physical damage or occupation of premises and associated thefts.

  • Keyholding & Alarm Response

    Responding to alarm activations, this service can greatly minimise any damage to premises, whilst ensuring you are not disturbed unnecessarily.

  • Unlock / Lock Service

    We provide access to your premises for your staff to go to work. Often the first person in isn't necessarily the last person out, so we take the responsibility of securing your premises at the end of each day.

Regional Officesin Cardiff, Swindon, Newbury, Manchester

All our services are mobilised locally from Regional Offices or satellite locations throughout the country.

Tailored Security Solutionsfrom planning to implementation

Client requirements professionally assessed to ensure cost effective integrated security solutions.

Unique Approach to SecurityQuality led service delivery

Quality management provides a clear foundation for all service delivery, ensuring absolute efficiency and effectiveness.

Latest News & Industry Updates

High Compliance in SIA Checks Across London and Birmingham

Security Industry Authority investigators launched a simultaneous operation across Birmingham and London. The operation was conducted to check the security licences of door supervisors and security guards working across 29 venues in the two cities.

Security Directors Disqualified For Six Years

Two security directors were disqualified from acting as company directors for a total of six years. John Anah, 56, and Tony O’Gonna, 54, ran three security companies: Anco UK Limited, AA Guarding Limited and Metro Guards UK Limited, all based in Woolwich.

Oxford security director abuses ACS status

An Oxford based security director abused his company’s ACS status by allowing it to be used by another company in order to secure security contracts in Scotland.

Unlicensed Door Supervisor Given Suspended Sentence

A door supervisor who continued to work despite having his Security Industry Authority licence revoked has been given a suspended sentence.

SIA Ends Paper-Based Licence Applications

On 24 March, the Security Industry Authority stopped issuing paper-based licence applications.