Static Security

Birkinhead

 

SCL-0845 683 3893

WHY CHOOSE US?

 

Liverpool Security Company delivers security officers that guarantees quality. All static and corporate security guards have received training based on tried and tested police an military services surveillance techniques. Using these proven surveillance techniques result in your company experiencing reduced problem incidents and a lower cost for your property ownership. Whether manned or static we can provide the security solution for you and with one of the best and most reliable quotes within the UK.

What Is Static Security?

 

A Static guard is based and roams internally within the premises to be guarded for the whole of his duty period.

Static guards act as a visual deterrant towards potential threats, such as arson, vandalism, theft etc.

Using static security will drastically decrease the number of potential threats to your company and it's assets as potential threats will see the security and realise that your premesis is regularly guarded.

 

Our Static Security

 

Liverpool Security Company selects its guarding and security personnel carefully with comprehensive interview procedures. New security officers are always accompanied by our experienced Pentagon Security Services staff to ensure our client experience a service with reliable, honest, ethical and hardworking individuals. While training progress, reference checks are made and a criminal index is cross referenced. Special training, medical examinations, I.Q. and drug tests are scheduled as necessary.

About Birkinhead

 

Birkenhead is a town within the Metropolitan Borough of Wirral in Merseyside, England. Historically in Cheshire, it is on the Wirral Peninsula, along the west bank of the River Mersey, opposite the city of Liverpool. The Birkenhead Urban Area defined as the contiguous built-up area along the eastern side of the Wirral had a total population of 325,264 in the 2011 Census. In the 2011 census, the Parliamentary constituency of Birkenhead had a population of 88,818. The Birkenhead and Tranmere electoral ward, covering a much smaller area, had a population of 15,879.