Public Sector Security
As well as their own staff, premises and equipment, many public sector organisations have a responsibility to protect groups of other people too – for example students in a school, patients in a hospital, visitors to a library, residents in a care home etc.
In those environments where large numbers of people pass through on a daily basis, protection and maintaining security measures can be challenging for those managing the organisation. Invariably the security of people, property, data, equipment and other assets needs to be managed alongside other systems, for example health and safety. In helping a public sector organisation, we work closely with the dedicated individual or team who oversee its security and protection policies.
Understanding the public sector’s unique challenges
Over the years, we’ve helped hundreds of public sector and not for profit organisations put in place security measures that protect people, property, data, equipment and stock from intruders and give immediate detection of fire. We’ve also come to specialise in solutions that protect single buildings, multi-building complexes and even departments across in multiple locations. We’ve also worked across a variety of public sector and not for profit sectors – including hospitals, schools, doctors’ surgeries, housing associations, care/residential homes and charities.
Not wedded to any specific manufacturer, we invest time to survey the security and fire detection weakspots across your premises and find the right solution that will create the protection you want. We can also integrate the various components of your security measures into one manageable system and can even go further and integrate these with other systems in your buildings.
We are highly experienced in creating security solutions for all types and ages of property – from modern and contemporary buildings through to listed and heritage properties.
Choose from the list on the left for more specific information about how we help to protect your organisation. And don’t forget to call us for your free survey.