In September, we looked at what you should do immediately after being burgled, saw some of the good work Actionaid are doing in Ethiopia, showed you how to improve industrial security, illustrated some best practice techniques regarding crowd control and assessed the benefits of outsourced security.
We hope you enjoy these articles. Keep an eye on our News and Insights section throughout October for more.
Last year, it was reported that police are only solving five percent of all burglaries in the UK.
Such a shocking statistic makes it clear that, now more than ever, we need to understand what burglary is, how it happens, how to prevent it and what to do if you are a victim of burglary.
We are supporting ActionAid’s Changemakers II program.
As with the hugely successful original Changemakers program, Changemakers II is focused on advancing access to quality education and transforming the lives of women and girls living in poverty in Ethiopia – specifically, the Semen Bench region.
As industry has progressed, so have the threats that face those operating within the sector.
Today’s threats are more sophisticated and far-reaching than ever. That said, by ensuring good security practice on your site, you can do a lot to secure a warehouse or industrial site.
An unruly crowd can be a dangerous place.
As such, it’s important that anyone organising a small-, medium- or large-scale event understands the basics of effective crowd control.
Almost every business requires security of some description.
However, many are unsure about whether they should create an internal security team or enlist the services of a professional security provider.
Churchill Security is a leading UK security provider. We work with organisations and businesses in every industry, and are in the UK’s top five percent of private security companies.