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Merry Christmas and Happy New Year

posted 21 Dec 2013, 10:10 by Dean Johnston   [ updated 21 Dec 2013, 10:11 ]

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year



The Holidays are here and for some of you that means time off. Enjoy it while you can and if we don't see you before then, in advance we would like to wish all of our clients and employees a Very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.

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posted 6 Sep 2013, 13:24 by Dean Johnston   [ updated 7 Oct 2015, 14:58 ]

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Security continues at National Trust

posted 21 Jan 2013, 14:48 by Dean Johnston   [ updated 21 Jan 2013, 14:54 ]

National Trust Snow Patrols

Security continues at National Trust (Brockhampton) even in the freezing conditions. Securimoore four wheel drive vehicles ensure Security Contracts continue in all weather conditions! As the snow falls in 2013, many companies struggle to adapt but Securimoore Security preparations prove to be well organised. We're very proud that no security contract of ours suffered as all our staff and vehicles are always well prepared for such situations!

A very Happy & Prosperous New Year

posted 31 Dec 2012, 12:57 by Dean Johnston

Happy New Year to all our customers!


Everybody at Securimoore would like to wish all our customers a very Happy & Prosperous New Year. We have had a very busy few months, with contracts with major projects in Reading, Ipswich, Guilford and London. I'm looking forward to 2013 with confidence that the contracts will continue and new contracts beginning. Finally I would like to say a special thank you to all the staff who have carried out their assignments with true professionalism as usual.

Les Moore
Managing Director
Securimoore Security Services Ltd.


Olympic Security: Be Aware and Prepare

posted 29 Jun 2012, 01:20 by Dean Johnston   [ updated 29 Jun 2012, 01:21 ]


"Olympic Security: Be Aware and Prepare" is the message given by the SIA. Securimoore has provided additional security as nationally advised by the SIA on their 'Olympic Security: Be Aware and Prepare' factsheet that highlights some of the issues that the industry suppliers and buyers should be aware of (download Olympics factsheet).

If you are a security buyer then you need to be aware that there will be an unprecedented call on private security across the UK this summer. You need to make sure that your security provider(s) will be able to supply the cover you need and that you should book now so you are prepared.

The 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games will have an impact on security across the whole of the UK. The Games themselves are being held at locations across Britain and at the same time there will be the usual UK Summer events: festivals, Wimbledon, the F1 British Grand Prix, etc.



Security firms are better trained and equipped

posted 29 Jun 2012, 00:48 by Dean Johnston   [ updated 7 Oct 2015, 14:58 ]


Securimoore are proud to be part of the registered SIA industry as an overview report by the Security Industry Authority was released this week. Security firms are better trained and equipped and there have been significant operations in the past year against organised crime with several major successful prosecutions.

The SIA explained that some of the work that has been going on is to help ensure a secure Olympic Games and the SIA enforcement team has worked with a wide variety of partners to achieve 98% levels of compliance in the industry, particularly important, say the authority, ahead of the Olympic and Paralympic Games.


Busy Easter 2012

posted 24 Apr 2012, 02:15 by Dean Johnston

Securimoore had a very busy Easter Bank Holiday with several contracts on 24hr cover. “Lock-up” patrols at National Trust Brockhampton Estate in Herefordshire were provided.  As well as negotiating with a large national Security company to provide all of their Security Dog Handling requirements. Securimoore are again contracted to our usual assignments with Dorset County Council for the Temporary Traveller’s site at Dorset Steam Fair, plus another site at Tarrant Piddle for the Olympics!

SIA Badged Assured for All Staff

posted 17 Feb 2012, 01:43 by Dean Johnston


We would like to congratulate the three new staff who have just passed the SIA course with flying colours. 

Security training for the SIA licence is designed to place the security guard into a realistic scenario. With SIA license training its important to receive the very highest level of information, advice and guidance.

It is also important for continious professional development from the SIA approved trainer. We ensure all guards obtain the highest standard of SIA (Security Industry Authority) approved security training. Courses cover the critical information needed for all eventualities and includes dealing with the public as well CCTV training and most importantly, physical intervention and attack prevention.

Security Continues Despite the Big freeze in Britain

posted 4 Feb 2012, 02:40 by Dean Johnston


Securimoore Security continues to be on guard as the big freeze hits Britain. Forecasts warn of 15cm of snow on the way as the icy weather settles in across the country. Temperatures are already very low, plunging to nearly -11C in Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire. Heavy snow expected in Cumbria, Lincolnshire, East Anglia, North Yorkshire and the Peak District and all security guards and dog handlers are warned to prepare for the cold weather and check you have supplies ready. For those travelling please check the 'gritter Twitter' updates for road conditions. Securimoore have 4x4's ready for this type of weather so we can continue to protect and be fully prepared!

New Years Eve in London 31st December 2011

posted 31 Dec 2011, 02:39 by Dean Johnston   [ updated 31 Dec 2011, 02:39 ]

HAPPY NEW YEAR!

New Years Eve celebrations in London on 31st December 2011 and into 1st January 2012. 

Security is increased on one of the biggest and most fun nights of the year. Fireworks, music and listening to the clock as Big Ben ‘bongs’ into 2012. Midnight fireworks display by the Thames and attracts huge crowds, usually around 250,000 people. The viewing areas fill up at least 2-3 hours before midnight, so those planning on seeing in the New Year in London will be arriving early.

A live DJ set from Radio 1’s Nihal will entertain before and after midnight starting at 10pm. The famous Big Ben will bong, just before the launch of the biggest annual fireworks display from the London Eye. Tickets are not required to view the fireworks so be on the lookout for those trying to sell tickets. Visitors will be advised to inform a member of staff, a steward or a police officer if anybody attempts to sell them tickets to this free event.

We are expecting big crowds in central London making everything a little more difficult and visitors will have to walk further than usual to reach the destination. The fireworks display viewing areas have a limited capacity and start getting full from 8pm. Security, wardens will be in place as well as a signed walk route (7.1km / 4.4 miles) around the viewing areas Alcohol, food and drink will not be on sale at the event but most people will be bringing alcohol.

To Advise:
No Pets.
No pushchairs.
No young children.

Agreed emergency meeting points required, as mobile phone services may not be available.
Lost property can cause a security alert.
Loss or theft of possessions could raise problems, be aware!

Assistance & security dogs are ONLY welcome.
Wrap up warm it could be cold.

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