Professional Canine & Security is a privately owned security service company, controlled and managed by Security specialists with over 30 years experience within the Security industry.
24/7 Manned Control Room & Backup
Single Officers or Security Teams
Fully Vetted and SIA compliant
Coverage Throughout the UK
Fully Vetted Security Officers
Key-holding & Alarm Response
SIA Accredited & Compliant
Branded Uniform & Full PPE
Site Lock ups & Access Visits
Benifits of having security guards
Static Security Guards
Despite the title of Static Guarding, our guards are far from stationary. A vital part of their duties is to conduct regular and thorough security patrols. One of the popular misconceptions for the public is that our security officers patrol to catch intruders. In reality, due to the security measures we have already put in place, we become a visual deterrent making intrusions rare.
Static security guards ensure your staff are obeying the rules and regulations laid down by your company. This can be anything from enforcing the no smoking policy, to safeguarding the physical and intellectual property of your organisation and can also ensure HR is compliant.
All our Static Guarding operatives are in communication with not only the control centre, but with their colleagues. If contact is lost between any of our guards, an immediate investigation is begun to ascertain the cause.
What is Manned Guarding?
Guarding premises against unauthorised access or occupation, against outbreaks of disorder or against damage;
Guarding property against destruction or damage, against being stolen or against being otherwise dishonestly taken or obtained;
Guarding one or more individuals against assault or against injuries that might be suffered in consequence of the unlawful conduct of others.
To provide a health and safety aspect for the property.
To be able to provide an immediate response to any issue that may arise.
All of the above includes providing a physical presence, or carrying out any form of patrol or surveillance, as to deter or otherwise discourage it from happening or to provide information, if it happens, about what has happened.