From theft and burglary to vandalism and assault, there are a number of different external threats that businesses and their employees face. But what about internal dangers and perils?
When it comes to devising a plan of action for security breaches, several organisations completely forget about the prospect of ‘insider jobs’. This is despite the fact that they’re usually incredibly costly and damaging.
So, how can you prevent security breaches from the …Read More
Analysis of crime statistics shows that the number of robberies, burglaries and thefts soar over the Christmas fortnight. Every day of the holidays, criminals commit around 500 burglaries, 75 robberies and over 1,000 thefts.
It is thought that an increase in Christmas crimes could be caused by people leaving their homes to visit relatives. For this reason, police often urge families not to advertise the expensive items they received as gifts …Read More
Crime in Britain’s most affluent areas is rising at a faster rate than anywhere else in the country, an analysis of official data has revealed.
After looking at Home Office crime figures in detail, which was broken down into neighbourhoods and household incomes over the past two years, the Telegraph found an alarming rise in certain offences in the country’s least deprived areas.
In fact, robbery and theft as well as drug …Read More
Research commissioned by Verisure in 2018 revealed that burglaries involving small businesses cost the British economy over £1.8bn.
According to the findings, the average property loss reported by senior decision makers in the event of a burglary was £2k. Furthermore, 37% of small businesses are said to keep equipment worth £10k or more on their premises.
It goes without saying that small businesses need to be incredibly vigilant against the threat of …Read More
Increasing crime figures and threat levels in today’s society make for grim reading. Thankfully, the security options at one’s disposal are expanding at a similar rate, primarily driven by cutting-edge technology.
Even so, traditional methods of security are still proving to be as effective as ever. It all depends on your organisation’s unique requirements.
Here at Jag Security, we provide each client with a tailor made package appropriate to their security needs, …Read More
When it comes to planning and organising your wedding, hiring the services of a security firm probably won’t be one of your key priorities. Things like booking a venue, organising the food and inviting your guests are sure to be front of mind instead.
But given the anticipation and expectation of the day itself, it might not be such a bad idea after all…
A cocktail of large crowds, uninvited guests, emotions …Read More
There’s a lot on the line when it comes to choosing a security service to protect your business. After all, one little slip up could mean your valuable assets or confidential information gets stolen, resulting in diminished profits and a tarnished reputation.
And although the sheer number of security firms in existence today means you’re spoilt for choice, how do you know which one will provide the best service, the strongest …Read More
According to a recent data, 95 per cent of burglaries and robberies in the UK are not being solved. Despite the fact that the Metropolitan police have said they are putting a “huge amount of effort” into tacking a rise in crime, burglary presents particular challenges when it comes to finding culprits.
“Solving crime is a key priority for the Met and we are committed to doing all we can to …Read More
Remote monitoring has long been used as a security measure to protect commercial properties and premises. With an operator carefully observing footage captured by strategically placed CCTV cameras, remote monitoring can provide a swift response to suspicious individuals and illegal activity.
Even with advances in technology and new security products coming to market like motion sensors, remote monitoring remains a firm favourite among many businesses. In fact, the global CCTV camera …Read More
Housing charity Shelter recently revealed that there are at least 320,000 homeless people in Britain, which includes rough sleepers and people in temporary accommodation.
In fact, this is likely to be an underestimate of the problem, as Shelter says it does not include people who experience “hidden” homelessness, such as sofa-surfers, and others living insecurely in sheds or cars, for example.
Despite government pledges to tackle the crisis, which includes the Homelessness …Read More