Mobile patrols in Essex from Jag Security are extremely effective at deterring criminals who want to break-in to your business premises. This means any valuable assets or sensitive information will be protected against.
What’s more, mobile patrols can be deployed as and when you require, avoiding the cost of a full-time guard and providing better value for money while still safeguarding your business.
Mobile patrols from Jag Security
Most business will deploy mobile patrols after working hours when the property is vacant. This is typically when criminals will carry out acts of vandalism or attempt a burglary.
But with mobile patrols from Jag Security, you can rest assured that your business will not be the victim of such activity. Our experienced and adept mobile patrols can:
- Check that doors, windows, and fire exits have been closed for greater peace of mind
- Perform spot checks on properties such as industrial estates, construction sites, and shopping centres
- Accompany staff who need to transport goods of high value, such as bank deposits or merchandise
- Respond to suspicious activity or the triggering of an alarm
About Jag Security
Jag Security is a privately owned family-run business with nearly a decade of hands-on industry experience. We take great pride in our committed customer service and great value for money, which has helped us establish a loyal client base.
The staff we use for mobile patrols receive specific training and are screened to comply with BS7858:2012. Jag Security only employs personnel with proven security, military or police backgrounds for the utmost professionalism and proficiency.
If you have any questions or problems about our mobile patrols, you can contact the Jag Security management team 24/7 for an immediate response.
Additional security from Jag Security includes:
- CCTV monitoring
- Keyholding and alarm response
- Reception duties
- Vehicle tracking
- Security for special events
- Hospitals, car parks, construction sites, and much more
Why might you need mobile patrols in Essex?
Not long ago, Essex Police announced that it wanted to cut the number of PCSOs (Police Community Support Officers) from 251 to 60 across the country. On top of that, the force also suggested that 15 police stations would close, making 62 staff redundant and severely reducing the opening hours of the remaining 10.
This coincided with the news that crime rates across Essex were on the up. Since December 2010, there were an average of 325 crimes per month in Colchester town centre and 730 crimes per month in Southend Central.