Our new Sales and Customer Support car has arrived and its looking pretty awesome. Give it a wave if you spot it around the region, as we visit our clients helping them with their security, safety and automation needs.
We think she’ll be our most popular team member…… Well we have had some characters join us over the years, but have a feeling she will be our most popular team member….. and sooo cute. (am I allowed to say … Continue reading →
Who will be our Lucky Engineers….. We’ve been provided 2 British SuperBike tickets by one of our generous suppliers #CAMEBPTUK and rather than the Directors swanning off for a jolly, I thought the engineers were far more deserving. We’ve yet … Continue reading →
Retrofitting and implementing Anti-Ligature access control into occupied Mental Health Care Units has long been a problem for Trusts so the arrival of simple and effective Antiligature access control that provides, live on-line PC software control and audit trails, that … Continue reading →
There is an ongoing debate and various activists around the world destroying CCTV cameras – but why?
If you are walking down your high street, knocked over, beaten up and your wallet or hand bag stolen – wouldn’t you be thankful there were cameras capturing the whole event and the perpetrator.
CCTV can be used to prove you were where you said you were in an investigation.
ASGuk CCTV Camera
Telegraph (12th Dec) are reporting that police are failing to recover CCTV footage in 9/10 burglaries. Our streets are the mostly closely monitored in the world, yet the CCTV footage isn’t being looked at or used. Continue reading →
There are lots of things you can do to protect your business and reduce the likelihood of being a victim of crime.
Properties which do not employ any form of security are 10 times more likely to be victims of crime. As the risk of loss through theft, burglary and criminal damage is steadily increasing, intruder alarm systems are becoming a mandatory requirement by insurance providers. Continue reading →