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
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
Acid attacks have become more common in the recent years. It is common not to know what you should do if you are ever in the position of witnessing an attack like this but it is important that you help the victim if you can. Here are some of the things you need to know when dealing with acid attacks.
What To Expect
The victim is going to be in a lot …Read More
There are now six million CCTV cameras in the UK, which equates to one for every 10 people. This number only goes up when you throw automatic number plate recognition cameras, police body-cams, and video drones into the mix as well.
Another eye opening statistic is the estimate that 20 per cent of the world’s surveillance cameras are in Britain, even though its home to less than one per cent of …Read More
Along with the ever-present threat of burglaries and break-ins, businesses must now be mindful of modern-day dangers too such as cybercrime. But according to recent statistics from the Ministry of Justice, white-collar cases continue to prove equally problematic, with 9,401 cases prosecuted in 2015.
Earlier this year, the government revealed that new laws are being considered as part of a crackdown on corporate economic crime. It also asked whether further reform …Read More
Here at Jag Security, we strive to help our clients protect their most valuable assets against the threat of crime. From security guarding to CCTV surveillance, our range of solutions not only prevent crime from taking place but also provide added peace of mind and greater reassurance.
In order to always offer the best security possible, we constantly review the latest crime statistics to identify the threats our clients face. So, …Read More
Although the target of most retailers’ crime prevention efforts will be shoplifters, several businesses ignore or overlook the threat their own employees pose. In many respects, detecting and preventing employee theft is harder than safeguarding your products against shoplifters.
But with security specialist ADT citing studies that show the more staff believe they will be caught, the less likely they are to steal, it makes complete sense to implement employee theft …Read More
With average business crime costs hitting nearly £6000, few organisations can afford to ignore or overlook corporate security. By far the easiest and most effective way to protect your own business from crime is to employ the services of a dedicated security firm, such as Jag Security.
We are committed to providing our clients with a professional and personal service, which not only safeguards your most valuable assets but also offers …Read More
Regardless of your organisation’s size or sector, the FSB recommends that every business should recognise the ever-present threat of theft and crime. But while there are various different ways you can safeguard your property and possessions, a lot can be said for using a security company, especially when prevention is concerned.
Here at Jag Security, we can provide you with a number of different solutions to thwart thieves in their tracks …Read More
In addition to providing excellent customer service and maintaining strong profit margins, ensuring your business remains safe and protected against security threats is sure to be a key concern for any business.
This is because around 20 per cent of all recorded crime in the UK directly targets businesses. On top of that, online offences are costing companies up and down the country in excess of £21bn a year.
Thankfully, there …Read More